Eloise Fisher, our new Tutti Clarinet, arrived in Tasmania at the beginning of 2020 and promptly found the year turned upside down. However, many of you will recognise her from TSO Daily Dose and Friday Night Live.
Shedding the Silence: an intimate, special performance for our choristers who sang about their own hopes and dreams, using their own words, in music they helped to create.
Growing Pains in the Arts – free seminars, presented by the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and Arts Tasmania, designed to deliver insights into fundraising, marketing, and governance.
The spotlight shines on TSO Principal Tuba and local composer Tim Jones, whose work The Mountain will make its Friday Night Live premiere this 30 October in partnership with the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall.
Far from being a simple fashion statement, concert blacks are intertwined with history and tradition and are enforced through a strict uniform code. But this is all about to change for the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.
We’re thrilled and delighted to receive the National Luminary Award For An Organisation at the APRA AMCOS Awards 2020 for Australian Composer’s School, Australian Conducting Academy, and professional development opportunities for Australian Classical musicians.
Stephanie Eslake talks to Peter Donnelly about his experience and expectations as a music critic of the Federation concert Hall acoustic upgrades.
TSO violist Anna Larsen Roach, timpanist Matthew Goddard, and French horn player Roger Jackson talk about the Federation Concert Hall, its acoustics and what they are looking forward to with the major upgrades taking place in the hall.
The TSO has just announced a dynamic, multi-platform collaboration with Tasmanian-born and based 2 x ARIA award winning singer/songwriter Monique Brumby. Stephanie Eslake spoke to Monique about why this collaboration is so important to her, and to the TSO’s Sam Cairnduff about the new ground this project will break for the organisation.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Federation Concert Hall’s construction. The TSO has been working to fulfil long-term visions for the hall and to provide a world-class orchestra with a world-class acoustic.