Selby & Friends: Let's get personal

Where
Online
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When

Saturday 2 May from 5pm to Sunday 3 May 12am

Cost

Full: $86.00Senior: $84.00Concession: $62.00

This live event has been cancelled but is available online.

This unusual program explores the home-grown roots of our special guests, Sydney Symphony Orchestra Concertmaster, violinist Andrew Haveron and SSO Co-Principal Cellist Umberto Clerici who join Artistic Director Kathryn Selby. Presenting works by Mozart, Beethoven and Dvorak, we explore the beauty and exoticism of these works and their influence on classical music through the generations and indeed their influence on the artists themselves. A fascinating personal journey, this is a special concert and one not to be missed!

Selby & Friends, dubbed "chamber music at its best" (Sydney Morning Herald) returns to City Recital Hall in 2020 to present another season of world-class concerts with brilliant and charismatic performers from Australia and around the world.

The Canberra Times has called these concerts “memorable, luscious and enthralling” whilst the national magazine, Limelight has written the “players delivered blockbuster performances that had the audience literally cheering”.

Don’t miss the “titans of chamber music” (Adelaide Advertiser) with a host of brilliant Australian and international guest artists and for 2020, some of the world's greatest chamber music for piano, violin, cello, clarinet, french horn and soprano!

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