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The LYCO is an amateur symphony orchestra which operates out of the city of Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. Current membership includes 55 string, brass, woodwind and percussion musicians.
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The Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra (BPO) is Brisbane’s largest and most active community orchestra, with over 10 performances involving members in 2006, spread throughout 8 different sets of repertoire.
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Australian Youth Orchestra (AYO) aims to nurture and inspire Australia’s best young musicians.
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One of Sydney most prestigious community orchestras proudly bringing the classical symphonic repertoire to the Sutherland Community
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Musica Viva Australia is the world’s largest entrepreneur of fine ensemble music, presenting more than 2,500 concerts each year across Australia and around the world to the widest possible range of audiences.
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  Link   Tasmainian Symphony Orchestra
Since 1923 an amateur orchestra, the Hobart Orchestral Society, had provided concerts for Hobart patrons. In 1948 the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra was established.
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Next Concert

Sunday 3rd December 2017
2.30pm


Prokofiev
Lieutenant Kijé

McCarthy, Chattaway, Courage, Goldsmith
Arr. Custer

Star Trek

John Williams
Arr. Ricketts
Soundtrack Highlights

Saint-Saëns
Symphony No. 3 Op. 78
Movement 2 - Maestoso, Allegro

Mozart
Piano Concerto No. 21
Movement 2 - Andante
Soloist: Alexander Rodrigues

Norman, Conti, Barry, McCartney
Arr. Lopez

James Bond Medley

Wagner
Ride of the Valkyries

Conductor: Simon Reade

Stanley Burbury Theatre
University of Tasmania
Churchill Ave, Sandy Bay

Tickets at door $25 $20(conc)

 
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