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Simone Young conducts Beethoven

Great minds

Simone Young has spent years getting inside Beethoven’s mind. She pushes every button in her masterful interpretation of his music, including his much loved Symphony No.7.

In the Sydney Town Hall | Classical Music

Keeping you safe

  • The Sydney Symphony Orchestra and Sydney Town Hall are registered as COVID Safe businesses with the NSW Government
  • In order to create the best experience while maintaining social distancing requirements, the Sydney Symphony will be allocating all seats. Select-your-own seating options will return when restrictions ease
  • Masks are encouraged: The Sydney Symphony highly encourages the wearing of masks throughout the venue and during the performance. Masks will be available from the Front of House team at the venue, should you need one
  • Arriving to the venue: To maintain social distancing, please scan the QR code and follow the coloured zone on your ticket to take your seat as soon as you arrive to the Sydney Town Hall
  • Read more about COVID safety at Sydney Town Hall here
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Great minds

Experience the fire and feeling kindled when two musical spirits meet. As someone who’s spent years getting inside Beethoven’s mind – even going so far as to learn his language – Sydney Symphony Orchestra Chief Conductor Designate Simone Young pushes every button in her masterful interpretation of his work. In this instance, it’s the dramatic Leonore Overture from Beethoven’s only opera, Fidelio, and one of his best-loved pieces, Symphony No.7. Motion, melody and a touch of mystery – music wouldn’t be the same without Ludwig.

Programme
BEETHOVEN Leonore Overture No.3
BEETHOVEN Ah! perfido
BEETHOVEN Symphony No.7

Artists
Simone Young Conductor
Siobhan Stagg Soprano

Venue Information

The Sydney Symphony will continue to apply NSW Public Health Orders as they relate to ticketing and seating arrangements. As these Orders can change at very short notice, the Sydney Symphony will be allocating seats closer in time to concert dates in order to maintain a COVID-19 safe environment.

The Sydney Town Hall will open one hour ahead of the performance. E-tickets will be encouraged and ticket collection at the Box Office won’t be available. New, coloured zones will be in place to keep people at a safe distance from each other. Follow the signs at the venue or ask one of the Front of House team to assist you to the coloured zone listed on your ticket.

Allocated seats are marked with a tick and should match the seat listed on your ticket. To maintain social distancing, please do not sit in seats that are not marked with a tick.

The cloakroom at Sydney Town Hall is closed for the current time, so you are encouraged to leave bigger items at home. The bar will also be closed at the current time, however complimentary water will be available from the Front of House team.

Transport options

  • Wilson Parking has a number of parking stations close to Sydney Town Hall. The Sydney Symphony recommend St Andrews House Car Park, Queen Victoria Building Car Park and Citipark Car Park
  • Getting to the Sydney Town Hall on public transport is easy. Most Sydney Trains stop at Sydney Town Hall, and most CBD busses stop nearby
  • Plan your trip here or call Transport NSW on 131 500 for the latest advice and information on travel and COVID-19 safety measures

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