Hoang Pham Plays Mostly Chopin
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Hoang Pham Plays Mostly Chopin

Hoang Pham, the 2013 ABC Symphony Australia Young Performer of the Year returns to Sydney with a piano recital titled Mostly Chopin, in which he plays a broad selection of Chopin’s most famous works including the Ballade in G minor, Fantaisie-Impromptu, Scherzo in B-flat minor and a selection of nocturnes, waltzes and mazurkas. As a chamber music bonus,…

A new venue for the metropolitan orchestra’s 5th season
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A new venue for the metropolitan orchestra’s 5th season

The Metropolitan Orchestra (TMO) kicks off 2013 and their Met season with two performances of Beethoven’s Egmont Overture, Brahms’ Double Concerto for Violin and Cello and Sibelius’ Symphony no 3. Guest artists Katherine Lukey (Principal First Violin, Melbourne Symphony) and cellist Simon Cobcroft (Associate Principal Cello, Queensland Symphony) will travel to Sydney to perform as…

The Metropolitan Orchestra comes of age with a name change
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The Metropolitan Orchestra comes of age with a name change

In the three years since its founding in 2009, the then Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra has accumulated a busy performing schedule and grown rapidly in scope, performing across genres and with many respected soloists, amongst them,  clarinetist Francesco Celata,  cellist Emma-Jane Murphy, tenors Rosario La Spina and Henry Choo, baritone Barry Ryan, sopranos Anke Höppner and Teresa La Rocca and…