The Sydney Youth Orchestra Concert Series

10 Active Schedules

  • Beethoven's Fifth

    City Recital Hall

    Sun, 7th July 2019

    12:00PM-1:00PM

    Is there a better-known moment in classical music than the opening of this symphony? Sydney Youth Orchestra and its Chief Conductor, Alexander Briger AO take on the most famous work from thirty-something Ludwig van’s crisis-ridden decade in a breakthrough experience for every young orchestral player.
    Before Beethoven’s tempest, the suite from Copland’s 1944 ballet Appalachian Spring brings peace and a hymn to simplicity in a classic of musical Americana.

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  • Dvořák's Requiem

    Sydney Opera House

    Fri, 20th September 2019

    8:00PM

    Experience the moving drama of Dvořák’s finest choral creation. Dvořák’s Requiem is generally regarded as his finest creation for voices and orchestra and over the course of an hour-and-a-half it takes musicians and listeners on a deeply moving journey of drama and reflection. This performance is a collaboration with the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, conducted by Brett Weymark and features Australia’s top vocal soloists Taryn Fiebig, David Greco, Andrew Goodwin and Fiona Campbell. 

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  • Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet

    Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music

    Sun, 8th December 2019

    2:00PM-3:00PM

    One of the most universally-popular adaptations of Shakespeare’s tragedy of young love, Prokofiev’s 1938 ballet score has it all: thrilling virtuosity from a huge orchestra, dazzling swordfights in the streets of Verona, and a Balcony Scene of pure sound that transcends the Bard’s immortal words.
    The 2019 season’s breathtaking finale also includes Elgar’s sublime Enigma Variations and a toast to the end of the school year from the SYO Philharmonic and conductor Brian Buggy with Brahms’ rollicking Academic Festival Overture

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Sat, 22nd June 201910:30AM - 4:30PM

Sun, 7th July 201912:00PM

Sat, 14th September 201910:00AM

Fri, 20th September 20198:00PM

Sat, 30th November 20192:00PM

Sat, 7th December 2019

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