Sanctity and Frenzy
Sunday 13th September 4:00pm at Petersham Town Hall
The third concert instalment for this year features Stravinsky’s Petrushka, the story of unrequited love, murder and jealousy of three puppets.
Continuing this motif, Mozart’s Requiem will capture the audience, exploring some of mankind’s biggest fears; judgement and death.
This final masterpiece was left unfinished at Mozart’s death on the 5th of December 1791, at the mere age of 35.
Mozart’s Requiem will be featuring our stunning soloists Caroline King (Soprano) Jermaine Chau (Mezzo), Damian Arnold (Tenor) and Soonki Park (Bass) along with two of Sydney’s finest choirs, the Excelsia College Choir and the Willoughby Symphony Choir.
Following an acclaimed 2014 Season featuring Mahler’s Song of the Earth and a theatrical arrangement of Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Strathfield Symphony invites audiences to join us on a very special musical journey for 2015, featuring Dvorak’s Symphony No.7, Benjamin Britten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, Stravinsky’s Petrushka, and an evening exploring the progression of life through Holst’s ‘The Planets’.
Click on our soloists names above to meet them.