Highlights to include:
HALVORSEN Passacaglia for violin and viola after Handel
BACH Chaconne from Partita No. 2 in D minor
HANDEL Arias from Il Trionfo del Tempo, Julius Caesar, Samson, and Alcina
VIVALDI Violin Concerto Op. 9 No. 10 in G major
Concert duration approximately 2 hours, including one interval. Please note concert duration is approximate only and subject to change.
Paul Dyer Artistic Director
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra
Christian Li violin (Melbourne)
Annie Gard Baroque violin (New York)
Madison Nonoa soprano (London/Auckland)
Paul Dyer would like to introduce Australian audiences to three electrifying young artists who have glanced around the corner and are seeking to define Baroque performance of the future. Two violinists and a singer. All three exceptional and gifted and all three sweeping the globe, captivating audiences with their passion for music.
One of these artists is violin prodigy Christian Li who, at just 11 years of age, has already won the Junior Prize at the prestigious Menuhin Competition in Geneva, and Annie Gard and Madison Nonoa are similarly making momentous musical waves across London, New York and Europe. These next-generation artists will ignite the Brandenburg stage as they perform a program of instrumental and vocal music by Bach, Handel and Vivaldi – all the Baroque greats – alongside the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra.
With spirited virtuosity, boundless youthful energy, brilliance and maturity, this concert will celebrate our next generation.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION - Saturday 14th September
Angel Place Car Park operated by Wilson Parking on 123 Pitt Street, Sydney, will be closed on Saturday 14th September 2019 from approximately 5am-6pm due to planned maintenance. This will mean that the Wilson Carpark will not be accessible before 6pm on this date. Patrons are encouraged to take public transport where possible and advised to make alternate parking arrangements if planning to arrive by vehicle.