Opening Night With The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra And Maurice Steger

Recorder virtuoso Maurice Steger opened the year for the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra at the City Recital Hall earlier this week with a programme of music by Vivaldi, Telemann, Geminiani and others of the era.

The concerts continue on selected dates till March 5. Scroll down to see all three images of the musicians in action.

Maurice Steger with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and Paul Dyer at the harpsichord perform at the opening night of Recorder Revolutionary in Sydney at the City Recital Hall. Photo credit Steven Godbee.

Maurice Steger with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra led by Shaun Lee-Chen and Paul Dyer at the harpsichord perform at the opening night of Recorder Revolutionary in Sydney at the City Recital Hall. Photo credit Steven Godbee.

Telemann's Concerto for three trumpets in D major. Baroque trumpeters (L-R) Leanne Sullivan, Rainer Saville and Helen Gill with Baroque violists (l-R) Monique O'Dea, Marianne Yeomans and Shelley Sorensen with Paul Dyer directing from the harpsichord at the opening night of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's Recorder Revolutionary at the City Recital Hall.

Telemann’s Concerto for three trumpets in D major. Baroque trumpeters (L-R) Leanne Sullivan, Rainer Saville and Helen Gill with Baroque violists (L-R) Monique O’Dea, Marianne Yeomans and Shelley Sorensen with Paul Dyer directing from the harpsichord. Photo credit Steven Godbee.

2016 ABO Maurice Steger: Recorder Revolutionary Sydney opening night at the City Recital Hall

Maurice Steger performs with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra led by Shaun Lee-Chen with Paul Dyer directing from the harpsichord in the Sydney opening night performance of Recorder Revolutionary at the City Recital Hall. Photo credit Steven Godbee.

 
Posted on February 27, 2016 @ 14.54
 

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