The Four Seasons

A masterpiece program
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    City Recital Hall
    Sydney • 01 Nov - 15 Nov
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    A Reserve was $152.00
    B Reserve was $121.00
    Offer ends 12PM, Fri 15 November
    $84.70 - $106.40*
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  • AustralianBrandenburgOrchestraNewLogosmall.jpg
    City Recital Hall
    Sydney • 01 Nov - 15 Nov
    SAVE 30%
    A Reserve was $152.00
    B Reserve was $121.00
    Offer ends 12PM, Fri 15 November
    $84.70 - $106.40*
    A & B Reserve
    Buy Now
    via Australian Brandenburg Orchestra

    Offer ends soonOFFER ENDS

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About the event

Offer will only be available for Sydney concerts at City Recital Hall on dates and times as below*:
• 7PM, Fri 1 November
• 7PM, Wed 6 November
• 7PM, Wed 13 November
• 7PM, Fri 15 November
Valid until 12PM on the day of the performance

Offer will only be available for performances at the Melbourne Recital Centre on date and time as below*:
• 7PM, Sat 9 November
• 5PM, Sun 10 November
Valid until 12PM Fri for weekend performances

Brace against a biting winter and feel the eruption of a summer storm in this inventive performance of Vivaldi’s masterpiece on period instruments.

Inspired by four sonnets depicting rustic scenes from the Italian countryside, Vivaldi’s concertos challenge musicians to create striking impressions of nature. The identity of the sonnets’ author is unknown, but Vivaldi’s ingenious instrumental rendering of the evocative Italian text has become universal. Brandenburg Concertmaster and Baroque violin soloist, Shaun Lee-Chen will create a bold and imaginative vision of Vivaldi’s masterful music.

Also on the program is Georg Philipp Telemann’s Water Music - a vibrant orchestral suite in ten vivid movements. This work evokes nautical images from a remote mythological past of wrathful sea gods, mischievous water nymphs and the rulers of the winds.