TSO Blogger Stephanie Eslake heads to the TSO Spotify collection – showcasing many leading Australian composers – and ranks the TSO albums that most stood out to her.
2020 Season on hold following Department of Health Advice, digital distribution plan announced.
Guest blogger Greg Barns shines a light on six works that he believes deserve a second and third listen, and that he would love Tasmanian audiences to hear.
Brahmsiana Reviews are in!
Peter Donnelly reviews the TSO’s performances of Brahms Symphonies Nos. 2, 3 & 4 plus his first piano concerto – performed by Lukáš Vondráček under the baton of Eivind Aadland.
On the evening of March 8, five musicians will come together to perform in the only concert in the Brahms Chamber Music at Mona series that sneaks in a work not composed by Brahms. Stephanie Eslake finds out why from Associate Concertmaster Sercan Danis.
This March has something a little bit different in store for concertgoers.
Stephanie Eslake spent time with Principal First Violin Jennifer Owen, who will perform alongside violist Douglas Coghill, cellist Jonathan Békés, pianist Ying Ho, and mezzo-soprano Jane Edwards on 9 March at MONA.
As part of Brahmsiana, TSO musicians have created 3 unique Brahms chamber music concerts. Musician Greg Stephens tells us why he’s looking forward to performing “one of the best pieces for horn in a chamber setting”.
From a start in some unpromising venues, through to an unrequited love affair with Clara Schumann – there’s a lot more to Brahms than you might be aware of.
Stephanie Eslake takes a deep dive into the daunting prospect of performing in front of hundreds of people.
A few reasons why you should face those fears of bringing your little one along to see the orchestra