Masters Orchestral music on a grand scale with symphonies, concertos and other large-scale works performed by distinguished conductors and renowned soloists.

Family Classics Hour-long concerts of popular classics for children, younger listeners and people on the go.

Show Time Glamour and glitz with opera highlights and favourites from musicals.

Matinee Full-length concerts of orchestral classics on a Friday or Saturday afternoon.

Richard Gill and the TSO

7:30pm Friday 8 Mar 2013 | Latrobe Memorial Hall

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Richard Gill is an inspiring musician. A conductor, educator and outspoken media commentator, he believes strongly in the transformative power of music and the vital importance of music to the lives of us all. Be touched by Richard’s brilliance in this concert of works by Haydn, J S Bach and others. Fall in love with the oboe d’amore (literally, the oboe of love) when David Nuttall performs the solo part in J S Bach’s Concerto for Oboe d’amore BWV 1055.

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