For those with an advanced level of music knowledge. Engage in the full concert hall experience and enjoy the power of the full symphonic repertoire and internationally renowned conductors and soloists.
Conductor Johannes Fritzsch
Soloist Piers Lane, piano
Mozart Piano Concerto No.23 in A, K488
Bruckner Symphony No.7 (Mvts 1, 3, 4)
Johannes Fritzsch, Queensland Symphony Orchestra's Conductor Laureate, conducts Bruckner's ravishing seventh symphony - a spiritual odyssey of dark cosmic power rich in melodic beauty. Trembling strings whisper mystery at the start. Eloquently mournful, the Adagio is a moving elegy to Wagner. Spiky rhythms fire the Scherzo and the trumpet’s lively tune portrays a crowing rooster. Peeling brass and eddying strings draw the work to a close. In 1786, Mozart wrote three piano concertos. No.23 is a gem. One of Mozart’s most treasured works, the piano’s confessional voice in the Adagio especially touches the heart. In the Finale, enjoy the soloist’s rapid flurries through rippled passagework.
Years 9 - 12
For those with an advanced knowledge of music and a desire to learn.
Cross Curriculum Priorities
Links to Other Learning
The Arts, Health and Physical Education, Literacy, Numeracy, SOSE, Languages
Key General Capabilities
Literacy, Numeracy, Critical and Creative Thinking, Personal and Social Capability, Intercultural Understanding, Ethical Understanding
Music – Australian Curriculum
Levels: Years 7 and 8, 9 and 10, Senior Music and Music extension
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