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
Presenting The Red Dress by Jo St Leon.
Australian Conducting Academy: a week of yoga, mime sessions, rehearsals & more!
Did you know that the TSO is a leader in orchestral music education for Australian primary schools?
During his 60-year career, Tuckwell performed throughout the world as an orchestral player, soloist, chamber musician and conductor, earning the sobriquet the ‘God of Horn’.
Simon Rogers, TSO Director Artistic Planning shares the story of this monumentus recording project.
We spoke with our Director Operations the unflappable Jacqui Walkden to find out what happens in the ‘secret world’ of TSO auditions and what a musician needs to do to win the coveted job.