Farewell Maestra – 2010 Season 4

November 21, 2010

On 21st November Strathfield Symphony Orchestra bids farewell to its Chief Conductor and Artistic Direc

On 21st November Strathfield Symphony Orchestra bids farewell to its Chief Conductor and Artistic Director for the last five years, Sarah-Grace Williams. During that time both the Orchestra and the Maestra have gone from strength to strength and we’d like to party for our last concert together!

We’ll feature some of our all time fun favourites with a lighter accent. From Brahms’ Hungarian Dances to Tchaikovsky’s Capriccio Italien, and the dancing doesn’t stop there. Ponchielli’s Dance of the Hours, perhaps better known as “Hello Muddah, hello Faddah”, Strauss’ Thunder and Lightning Polka, and dances from Handel’s Royal Fireworks Music. Vaughan Williams’ English Folk Song Suite is also a toe tapper.  This could be a great introduction to classical music and the orchestra for all the family. Seasoned concertgoers can enjoy a festive day out.

Come join us at Strathfield Town Hall, Sunday 21st November at 3pm.

tor for the last five years, Sarah-Grace Williams. During that time both the Orchestra and the Maestra have gone from strength to strength and we’d like to party for our last concert together!

We’ll feature some of our all time fun favourites with a lighter accent. From Brahms’ Hungarian Dances to Tchaikovsky’s Capriccio Italien, and the dancing doesn’t stop there. Ponchielli’s Dance of the Hours, perhaps better known as “Hello Muddah, hello Faddah”, Strauss’ Thunder and Lightning Polka, and dances from Handel’s Royal Fireworks Music. Vaughan Williams’ English Folk Song Suite is also a toe tapper.  This could be a great introduction to classical music and the orchestra for all the family. Seasoned concertgoers can enjoy a festive day out.

Come join us at Strathfield Town Hall, Sunday 21st November at 3pm.