Stephanie Eslake talks with Greg Stephens about his upcoming soloist performance in Strauss Horn Concerto.
Of all the symphonies in the world, Beethoven’s Ninth is the one we can all sing along to. Its famous Ode to Joy is taught to children in school bands, performed at global events to symbolise peace, and has been adopted into national anthems.
But did you know that it can be really, really hard to sing?
Stephanie Eslake talks with Andrew Seymour about his upcoming soloist performance in Weber Clarinet Concerto.
The Healing Tree is a single from The Hush Foundation’s upcoming album Nightlight, featuring a range of songs with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and a host of well-known Australian singer-songwriters.
“If everyone enjoys what they are playing, the result will be so much better.” With this approach, the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and composer Eleanor Tucker joined to create a new offering, UKE BOX.
The TSO Community Rehearsal will provide community players with the opportunity to develop their personal skill and a chance to see how the orchestra works.
Overland Ensemble: bringing rarely heard music to regional Tasmania and connecting with local musicians through workshops with community bands.
The TSO Australian Composers’ School is a unique opportunity for early career composers to develop orchestral composition skills with one of Australia’s foremost symphony orchestras.
MUSICAL CHAIRS: The Administrators Orchestra opens the door to administrators reconnecting with their passion for playing and to professional musicians wishing to network with people from a different arts discipline.
Stephanie Eslake talks with Alison Nadebaum about her new role as Director of People and Culture for the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.