Beau­ti­ful work in sym­phony

Maroochy Weekly - - LIFE -

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.

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