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Discover Schubert’s Rosamunde

7:00pm Friday 28 Jun 2013 | Federation Concert Hall

SCHUBERT Rosamunde (selections)

Few composers could dash off music as quickly as Franz Schubert – the incidental music for the play Rosamunde being a case in point. Written in a matter of only days, it has since become Schubert’s most enduring music for the stage. Sebastian Lang-Lessing has a particular fondness for Rosamunde and in this enthralling mix of talk and music he’ll tell you why! Learn about the music and hear selections from the Rosamunde incidental music played in full.

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