This July the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra brings Port Pirie a concert featuring classical music’s favourite moments, conducted by the inimitable Guy Noble.
Start your musical journey exploring the bustling streets and salons of Italy as seen through the lens of two quintessential Italian composers Rossini and Mascagni, and a re-imagining of the Italian style by English composer Benjamin Britten. Then, a whirlwind journey: visit a towering cave in the British Isles, join a poignant personal tribute on the fields of the First World War, and find love and tragedy in Provence, France.
Join the ASO this July in Port Pirie for an entertaining, yet awe inspiring evening of orchestral favourites.
Plus a curtain raiser performance by members of the Yorke Peninsula Schools Concert Band.
Guy Noble / Conductor
Caleb Wright / Viola
Rossini / Overture to the Barber of Seville
Mascagni / Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana
Kats-Chernin / Mythic
Britten / Soirées musicales (after Rossini)
Mendelssohn / The Hebrides (Fingal’s Cave)
Howell / Elegy for Viola, String Quartet, and
Bizet / L’Arlésienne: Suite No. 2
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