The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre is thrilled to present the Australian Haydn Ensemble as part of The Summit - Richard Bonynge Fine Music Series.
Full of big sounds and virtuosic performances, the Australian Haydn Ensemble performs a vivacious program of Handel and Mozart arias from Agrippina, The Magic Flute and Marriage of Figaro - along with Haydn’s London Symphony in an historical chamber arrangement - for one concert only at The Joan on Friday 20 April.
Featuring internationally acclaimed Canadian Soprano, Stefanie True and Australian Baritone Simon Lobelson, this concert will be a night to remember.
The Australian Haydn Ensemble has rapidly claimed a place among Australia’s finest orchestras and chamber music groups. Formed from a group of dedicated musicians with national and international experience, the ensemble specialises in the music of the classical era, performing on historical instruments under the leadership of Artistic Director, Skye McIntosh to deliver performances faithful to the sound- worlds that would have been familiar to Haydn and his contemporaries.
Dress up for an evening out – close your eyes and imagine for one moment you are in the concert halls of Europe right here in Penrith at The Joan as fine music is turned up to 11 in a specially curated program of classical music like no other.
Tickets on sale now at box office 4723 7600 or online thejoan.com.au or subscribe to The Joan’s Fine Music series and enjoy Mirusia, The Song Company and some of Australia’s finest pianists in Eight Grands (and save!).
Date and Time:
Friday, Apr 20 2018 7:30pm
Under 30s $30