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Animal Kingdom

Conductor Richard Davis
Host Guy Noble
Soloist Warwick Adeney, Violin

Copland Hoe Down from Rodeo
Kats-Chernin Excerpts from Wild Swans Suite
J. Strauss Jr. Fledermaus Overture
Respighi Excerpts from The Birds
Rimsky-Korsakov Flight of the Bumblebee from Tale of the Tsar Saltan
Vaughn Williams The Lark Ascending

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We share our blue planet with thousands of species of diverse creatures – and now for one morning, we will share our stage with them as well.

In this salute to the natural world, our musicians will bring to life a pantheon of beasts, including Rimsky-Korsakov’s famous bumblebee! From the powerful to the petite, the furry to the feathered – this will be a wild and woolly morning. Guaranteed fun for the whole family!


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Biographies

Conductor

Richard Davis

Richard Davis is presently Chief Conductor and Head of Orchestral Studies at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. He regularly conducts orchestras, such as Queensland Symphony Orchestra and BBC Philharmonic, in concerts, recordings, national radio broadcasts...
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Host/Conductor

Guy Noble

Guy Noble has had a long association with Queensland Symphony Orchestra, having first worked with the Orchestra in 1994. He has been host of the Music on Sundays series since 2005 and conducted the orchestra...
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Warwick Adeney

Prof. Ian Frazer AC & Mrs Caroline Frazer; Barbara Jean Hebden Bequest; Cathryn Mittelheuser AM; John Story AO and Georgina Story
Warwick Adeney was born into a large family of violinists and trained at Queensland Conservatorium alongside three of his siblings. There he learnt with Dr Anthony Doheny, was a member of the Ambrosian Quartet, and...
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