Concert Review: Beethoven’s Piano Concerto/The Australian Haydn Ensemble
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Concert Review: Beethoven’s Piano Concerto/The Australian Haydn Ensemble

Beethoven’s Piano Concerto, The Australian Haydn Ensemble, Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House, Monday 29th September 2014.   When Daniel Barenboim undertook his recently completed mission to perform and record all of Beethoven’s piano concertos, he did so playing a ‘concert grand’ piano, with a full orchestra – in the case of the recordings, the Staatskapelle…

Historical Renditions of Mozart And Beethoven – The Australian Haydn Ensemble
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Historical Renditions of Mozart And Beethoven – The Australian Haydn Ensemble

  The Australian Haydn Ensemble presents Beethoven’s Piano Concerto with a formidable duo who are specialists in historical performance taking the lead roles. In this programme of music by Mozart and Beethoven which features two premiere performances, the orchestra will be led by Marc Destrubé, concertmaster of the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century, with fortepiano virtuoso Neal…

Songs In The City – The Choir Of St James’ With The Australian Haydn Ensemble
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Songs In The City – The Choir Of St James’ With The Australian Haydn Ensemble

Choir of St James’ King Street directed by Warren Trevelyan-Jones with The Australian Haydn Ensemble led by Skye McIntosh, present Songs of Solemnity, a collection of choral works by Allegri, JS Bach and Mozart which, though separated by centuries in style, are of extraordinary beauty and emotional intensity.  Gregorio Allegri (c. 1582–1652) was a chorister and eventual Choirmaster of…