Queensland Symphony Orchestra has announced its 2022 season, which features new Australian works and favourite masterpieces from the classical repertoire, as well as international and local soloists and conductors. The new season marks the 75th anniversary of the Orchestra, which will take the celebrations throughout the state to all of Queensland’s music lovers.

Curated by Principal Conductor and Artistic Adviser Johannes Fritzsch, Concertmasters Warwick Adeney and Natsuko Yoshimoto, Director of Artistic Planning Timothy Matthies and QSO’s artistic team and committees, the season aims to provide a diverse musical journey for audiences across Queensland.

Johannes Fritzsch

“Along this musical journey our audiences will meet soloists and conductors who will serve as tour guides, pointing out musical sights and sounds”, said Fritzsch. “We believe in the power of live performance to create beautiful, life-affirming experiences and in 2022,...