Australian Youth Orchestra prepares for February season

Supporting emerging musicians

Fresh off the back of the Australian Youth Orchestra National Music Camp, these leading young musicians are preparing for a big February season.

And you’re invited. With discounts.

The artists will show us what they’re made of on February 15 and 16, under the baton of Antony Hermus and alongside guests including pianist Andrea Lam (who first performed with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra when she was just 13 years old) and soprano Penelope Mills. You’ll get to hear Mahler’s Symphony No. 4, Mendelssohn’s The Hebrides Overture, and Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G.

Get on it. Event takes place in:

Show your support for the new generation of classical musicians in Australia, and head along to their performance.

Oh – and we’re also offering you cheaper tickets to this AYO season and the July season, too. Subscribe to CutCommon before you book, and you’ll receive a discount.

Learn more about what the Australian Youth Orchestra is doing to launch the careers of musicians across the nation.

Be the first to comment

Have your say.

%d bloggers like this: