A unique blend of music from China and beyond, East Meets West Orchestral Evening comes to Canberra for one night only at Llewellyn Hall ANU on Saturday 26 June 7.30pm. Bookings: premier.ticketek.com.au
A unique opportunity to experience Australia’s finest musicians perform traditional and contemporary music from the East and the West, including acclaimed Chinese classics Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto and Yellow River Piano Concerto. The orchestral concert will begin its national tour in Canberra, followed by Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide.
Canberra Symphony Orchestra will perform under the baton of revered music maestro Guy Noble. A star-studded list of artists includes violinist virtuoso Sun Yi, award winning pianist Tony Lee, Opera Australia’s soprano Sharon Zhai, mezzo-soprano Victoria Lambourn, and Guzheng
“Collaboration is central to what makes the ACT arts ecosystem so vibrant,” said Rachel Thomas, CSO CEO. “The CSO looks forward to being part of this dynamic concert and sharing the stage with so many celebrated artists.” musician Angie Liu.
An Australian tribute to China’s rich cultural and musical heritage, an exceptional evening, not to be missed.
Canberra Weekly has 10 x East Meets West Orchestral Evening double passes to be won.
ENTER TO WIN
To enter, email [email protected] with ‘East Meets West Orchestral Evening’ in the subject field. Tell us your name, full contact details (including best delivery address) and where and when you can experience this concert in Canberra this month. Entries close 9am Friday 11 June 2021 and winners drawn same day. One entry per person. Entrants must be aged 18+. Winners must be able to attend.
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