CEO Emma Dunch introduces the shorter than usual program, which features 19 in-demand Australian soloists and conductors, and 15 Australian world premieres from the 50 Fanfares project.
Despite some teething problems with the sound, this was an impressive concert with high quality playing and a fascinating pre-performance talk.
An evening of chamber music filled with passion, virtuosity, romance and sheer exuberance.
A real sense of music as both a historical and a living art.
An enthralling concert from Umberto Clerici, Nicholas Milton and the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.
The cellist tells us about his evolving relationship with Elgar’s beloved Cello Concerto ahead of his performance with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.
Umberto Clerici is the Artist in Focus, while audiences can expect to hear works by Ella Macens and Anne Boyd.
A soprano's highly welcome return shows her mastery of the recital stage.
A great meeting of the sacred and the profane.
A top notch trio puts down some roots.
Pianist Kathryn Selby tells us what she looks for in musical friends ahead of Selby & Friends' Root Position tour.
Alexander Gavrylyuk hurls Brahms' furious musical thunderbolt in the second instalment of the SSO's mini festival.
The orchestra turns two with an inventive, collaborative new season, featuring special guests including Anna Da Silva Chen and Umberto Clerici.