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East Meets West orchestral concert

When

Sunday 6 March from 7:30pm to 9:30pm

Cost

Adult: over $39

Experience Australia's finest musicians performing traditional and contemporary music from the East and the West, including the acclaimed Chinese classics, Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto and the Yellow River Piano Concerto.

This orchestral concert’s national tour has been re-scheduled in Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane and Sydney from 12 February to 6 March 2022.

The 50-piece orchestra comprising musicians from leading symphony orchestra in each touring city will be led by revered music maestro Guy Noble, and Dane Lam invited as a conductor in Brisbane. A star-studded list of artists includes violinist virtuoso Sun Yi, award-winning pianist Tony Dongyi Lee, Guzheng musician Angie Liu, soprano Sharon Zhai, mezzo-soprano Victoria Lambourn.

This is a rare opportunity to experience an Australian tribute to the eastern musical heritage, this will be an exceptional concert that must not be missed.

Covid-safe information

The health & safety of our audiences continues to be our top priority.

Mask-wearing and QR code check-in are mandatory when you entering the venue.

There are also additional hand sanitisers located throughout the Venue to encourage best hygiene practices as well as physical distancing measures to ensure that audiences remain 1.5m apart.

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