Beautiful work in symphony
BRISBANE Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Antoni Bonetti, so enjoyed accompanying cellist Patrick Murphy in 2016 that he was promptly invited to return.
This internationally renowned Brisbane based cellist will perform Dvorak’s beautiful cello concerto at Lake Kawana Community Centre on Sunday, November 19 at 3pm.
This personal work is intensely national in tone with Bohemian rhythms and melodies.
BSO is also proud to present Waltz by the orchestra’s own resident composer, Matthew Hoey. Matthew has composed a number of pieces and Waltz shows once again his mastery of touch and timing.
Since it starts in 4/4 (rather than 3/4) it may be rather difficult for the audience to leap to its feet in a waltz, but they can try.
Danish composer Carl Nielsen also features nationalism in his Symphony No. 1.
Like Dvorak, this symphony is infused with what music critic Karl Haas called “good symphonic Danish fare”, but leavened and transformed by Nielsen’s unique style.
For bookings, phone 5413 1400.