Guest conductor Hidemi Suzuki (Japan)
Soloist, period horn Darryl Poulsen (Australia)
When was the last time you were spirited away?
Since 1990 many remarkable guest artists have taken Brandenburg audiences on fabulous musical journeys. Our very first journey was shared with celebrated baroque cellist Hidemi Suzuki.
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from the haunting depths of the underworld in Boccherini’s fierce House of the Devil to the theatrical genius of Haydn’s Farewell Symphony.
This program will also include the Australian premiere of a rare masterwork by Myslivecek, a composer described by Mozart as exuding ‘fire, spirit and life’. Mozart’s own Horn Concerto featuring the Brandenburg’s Darryl Poulsen will complete this collection by maestros which is destined to sweep you away.
Concertino No 1 in E flat
Symphony No 4 in D minor, House of the Devil
Horn Concerto D Major, K 412/514
Symphony No 45 in F sharp minor, Farewell
City Recital Hall Angel Place
Fri 30, Sat 31 Oct, Wed 4, Fri 6, Sat 7 Nov
All at 7pm
Matinee Sat 7 Nov at 2pm
Memorial Entertainment Centre
Thursday 5 November at 8pm