Please note, this concert takes place at Deakin Edge, Federation Square
Two ecstatic Classical masterpieces by two of the greatest composers—quite simply a concert to leave you uplifted and elated.
Beethoven burst onto Vienna’s orchestral scene in 1800 with his resplendent first symphony. Dramatic, witty, majestic, and joyous by turns, this is Beethoven at his high-energy, optimistic best.
Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.23 is one of the best-loved of all works for piano and orchestra. To perform it, we have the remarkable Lucinda Collins, admired by MCO’s Artistic Director William Hennessy as “an ideal in pianism, musical thought, intelligence, and passionate musical communication.”
Presented by Melbourne Chamber Orchestra
Claude Debussy arr Nilson
Préludes Book 1: selections
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Piano Concerto No.17 in G K453
Piano Concerto in A minor MWV O2: II Adagio
Ludwig van Beethoven
Symphony No.1 in C Op.21
Lucinda Collins piano
William Hennessy director
This production is part of the following series:
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In addition to their 2017 season at Melbourne Recital Centre, Melbourne Chamber Orchestra performs at the Deakin Edge, Federation Square.
Thursday 20 July 2017 7.30pm
Duration: 2 hours (incl. interval)
Premium $85 ($74 Concession)
General Admission $63 ($52 Concession)
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