Tognetti plays old and new violins with the ACO in a programme of Mozart, Haydn and Dean
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Tognetti plays old and new violins with the ACO in a programme of Mozart, Haydn and Dean

Old and new violins are the stars of the Australian Chamber Orchestra’s opening 2013  concerts in Sydney. Richard Tognetti plays his treasured 270-year-old Guarneri del Gesù violin as soloist in his favourite Mozart Violin Concerto (No.3) and leads the Australian Chamber Orchestra in symphonies by Mozart and Haydn. Australian composer Brett Dean joins the orchestra to…

Music and prose at Pier 2/3 with the ACO and Bell Shakespeare
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Music and prose at Pier 2/3 with the ACO and Bell Shakespeare

  The Walsh Bay area is fast becoming one of Sydney’s most vibrant and self contained precincts, with its proximity to the city and stylish residential developments. A unique range of arts is emerging in the area, catering to the locals as well as to visitors who travel in to attend the theatre or savour the restaurants. The Australian Chamber Orchestra…

The ACO thrills at the Edinburgh Festival
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The ACO thrills at the Edinburgh Festival

  The Australian Chamber Orchestra has again impressed on the international stage with its performance at the Edinburgh Festival, an achievement whose significance is swelled by the knowledge that performing at this hallowed event is strictly at the invitation of Festival Director Jonathan Mills. With Richard Tognetti directing from the violin, the concert was simulcast on BBC3 and included works…