Farewell John After 37 years as Tutti Bassoon we bid a fond, yet sad farewell to John Panckridge in July. John has been a dedicated and well-loved member of the TSO during his time and will also be missed by all. To see John play in his final concert with the TSO please enjoy the Brahms and Mozart Highlights on ABC iView. …
TSO Daily Dose is not the only digital content that we have been working on recently. With live concerts currently unable to proceed, the ABC are collaborating with national orchestras to showcase concert footage through ABC iView, bringing classical music to all Australians. We chatted to Simon Rogers, Director Artistic Planning, about the process of taking the TSO to this …
The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra received a royal fanfare this May when the Prince of Wales revealed the recordings closest to his heart.
If you attended TSO Brass in St David’s Cathedral in February, you would have heard a new commission composed by our Principal Tuba, Tim Jones. Read on to see what inspired Tim and how this piece was developed.
TUNE IN provides calm, inspiration, and stimulation through a series of videos with Australian composers who discuss their original music – and TSO musicians who discuss the classics.
Edwina not only plays violin for the TSO but in her summer break she skips lazy days at the beach, opting to go heliskiing in Canada! What is Heliskiing you ask? We’re curious too so we interviewed Edwina to find out more…
TUNE IN is a resource for listeners of any age looking to immerse themselves in a musical journey. TUNE IN will have you learning about music from Grieg to Grenfell, Handel to Hindson – and plenty in between.
Australian composer Holly Harrison has been appointed the TSO ACS Composer in Residence for 2020 – 2021. Learn more about her and her work.
#TSO Daily Dose host Mitch Nissen talks to Stephanie Eslake about being the face of TSO Daily Dose, an initiative born as a response to the lockdowns, and what it means to be a part of this project in these uncertain times.
Many arts organisations centred around live events have had to adapt to a new environment. This is why you might’ve come across TSO Daily Dose, a video-based initiative placing the orchestra’s musical talent front and centre.