Cirque de la Symphonie is a world-renowned circus company that works exclusively with symphony orchestras. Now it's the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra's turn
A small group of arts enthusiasts assembled at Lexus of Adelaide on a Tuesday evening to celebrate the ASO 2016 season, their 80th anniversary year.
Natsuko Yoshimoto, the amazingly talented and award winning violinist will be joining the line up of soloists for the Adelaide Youth Orchestra's next big concert
Concertgoers familiar with Charles Ives’ Three Places in New England seem to fall into two groups; those who like it, and those who don’t. The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra’s Masters 6 with Violinist and Director Richard Tognetti certainly saw a shift in camps for some.
The 230 musicians, part of 4 orchestras (Adelaide Youth Wind Orchestra, Adelaide Youth Strings, Adelaide Youth Sinfonia, and Adelaide Youth Orchestra) delivered a flawless production.
230 Musicians, 4 Orchestras & 1 Very Special Guest Soloist! The Adelaide Youth Orchestras’ (AdYO) Youth Revolution Gala Concert on Sunday 1 September at the Adelaide Town Hall is shaping up to be another superb showcase of South Australia’s best young musical talent.
The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra's concertmaster, Natsuko Yoshimoto, has put together a concert of music, mostly written by Japanese composers, featuring Japanese shakuhachi master, Akikaza Nakamura, percussionist, Claire Edwardes, and pianist, Bernadette Harvey.