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Brahms & Tchaikovsky

Power & Passion

A daring Romantic spirit flows through these passionate masterpieces by Brahms and Tchaikovsky.

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Power & Passion

First it was a work for two pianos, then a symphony, and finally the mighty piano concerto we hear today. Brahms’ rich, lush Piano Concerto No.1 showcases his inventive brilliance – from its enormous opening through to its energetic finale, realised here with the pianistic verve and energy of Simon Trpčeski.

Brahms and Tchaikovsky are a powerful pairing as they share the same daring Romantic spirit. Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No.4 opens with an arresting motif from the horns – described by Tchaikovsky as his depiction of Fate. What follows is a vast and beautiful journey through movements that are, by turns, lyrical and light-hearted, leading to a famous and thrilling finale.


Programme
JESSICA WELLS Uplift
Fifty Fanfares Commission
BRAHMS Piano Concerto No.1
TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No.4

Artists
Miguel Harth-Bedoya conductor
Simon Trpčeski piano

Presented by Sydney Symphony Orchestra

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The Sydney Symphony will continue to apply NSW Public Health Orders as they relate to ticketing and seating arrangements.

To help you find the right entrance at Sydney Town Hall, a coloured zone has been included on your ticket for easy reference. Follow the signs or ask one of our Front of House team to assist you.

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  • 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
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