Portraits IV is the perfect musical interlude for a night at home or before (or after) your first post-pandemic dinner out. Featuring special performances by Archer Bryett and Hanhan Chenfrom our Young Artists Program, as well as Carl Brumfield (Principal Oboe), Stephen Pevely (Principal Clarinet) and Rozanne Gwynne (flute) playing Malcolm Arnold’s much-loved Divertimento for Wind Trio, this will be a delightful concert not to be missed. Simply click here at 7pm ACST on Friday 15 May to listen to these talented musicians livestreamed from CDU Theatre.
Join us for another evening of exquisite music, this time with DSO’s Artistic Director and Chief Conductor Jonathan Tooby and pianist Tommaso Pollio. Simply click on this link at 7pm (ACST) Friday 1 May and let the dulcet tones of Beethoven, Rachmaninoff and others bring the week to a delightful close.
DSO is delighted to announce a new initiative designed to bring beauty and joy to our homebound lives – Portraits, a special fortnightly livestreamed concert series that highlights the individual talents of our brilliant musicians.
Our first concert in the series will be livestreamed tomorrow, Thursday 2 April, at 12pm from CDU Theatre. Featuring DSO pianist Chen Hui Tan playing Chopin, Bonsor and more, followed by sparkling performances by Concertmaster Tara Murphy, our talented musicians will be sure to brighten your afternoon. Tune in tomorrow at 12pm on our YouTube Channelto see them live!
Future Portraits recitals will be held at 7pm every second Friday. Make sure you follow DSO on social media or check the blog to stay up to date with the concert program and to access the URLs.
With thanks to Michael Vernau and our generous sponsors, Charles Darwin University, for making this series possible.