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Sydney Melbourne Australian Brandenburg Orchestra

September 1, 2010toSeptember 18, 2010

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Baroque Tarantella performed by the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra.  You won’t be able to sit still to this collection of toe-tapping, tarantella-inspired tunes.

  • Sydney Fri 10, Sat 11, Wed 15,  Fri 17,Sat 18 Sep all at 7pm
    Matinee Sat 18 Sep at 2pm
  • Melbourne Sun 12 Sep at 5pm, Mon 13 Sep at 7.30pm
  • Brisbane Tues 7, Wed 8 Sep at 8pm
  • Sydney City Recital Hall Angel Place
  • Melbourne Melbourne Recital Centre
  • Brisbane As part of the  Brisbane Festival Concert Hall, Queensland  Performing Arts Centre

The Music
Vocal and instrumental improvisations from renaissance and baroque Italy, featuring a rare musical mix of theorbo, voice, jazz clarinet, percussion, harpsichord, strings and more…

In 2010, the Brandenburg will bring dance music to Sydney and Melbourne. Lose yourself in an irresistible mix of baroque beats and traditional songs of sixteenth and seventeenth century Italy, performed on period instruments.

No one could have imagined the overwhelming response to Parisian-based ensemble L’Arpeggiata, when they made their Australian debut on the Brandenburg stage. It was one of the most talked about concerts in Brandenburg history – baroque met jazz, Paul danced on stage and L’Arpeggiatas singer, Lucilla Galeazzi, had the entire audience singing!

Their return for the Brandenburg 21st promises to make Baroque Tarantella one of the most anticipated concerts of 2010. Christina Pluhar will lead the orchestra in another joyous celebration of folk melodies, love stories and infectious dance rhythms.

Bookings
Brandenburg: 02 9328 7581
City Recital Hall: 02 8256 2222
Melbourne Recital Centre: 03 9699 3333
Queensland Peforming Arts Centre:136 246

Online
City Recital Hall  Angel Place >
Melbourne Recital Centre >
Queensland Performing Arts Centre >

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