2013 Season 1 – Earth

Strathfield Symphony Orchestra Musical Director     Sadaharu Muramatsu Soloist                     Alexey Yemtsov Program Miriam Hyde (centenary celebration) – Piano Concerto No 2 Tchaikovsky – Symphony No 6 “Pathétique” Strathfield Town Hall Saturday 23rd March at 7pm Sunday 24th March at 2.30pm (Seniors Week event; free for Seniors and their carers – prior booking essential) Tickets: $28 Adult and $20…

Miriam Hyde’s Centenary

Strathfield Symphony Orchestra will be celebrating Miriam Hyde’s centenary year with performances of her much loved Second Piano Concerto on 23 and 24 March. Miriam played the concerto with this orchestra until she was in her 90s and our association with her goes back to 1969 when the orchestra was formed. Our collection of correspondance…

2013 Subscription Season

  Earth – 23rd March 7pm & 24th March 2.30pm Murakami’s Music – 22nd June 7pm Marrickville Town Hall Bach Mass in B Minor – 7th September 7pm & 8th September 2.30pm Firebird – 23rd November 7pm & 24th November 2.30pm

2012 Season 4 – Ecstasy and Despair

Ecstasy and Despair 24th  and 25th November   Romeo meets Juliet. Prokofiev meets Shakespeare.   For their last concert for the year, the innovative Strathfield Symphony Orchestra will again shatter the conventional concert format. The brilliant team of Sadaharu Muramatsu, Music Director,and Brendon McDonnell, Performance Director,will bring you the passionate music of Prokofiev’s Romeo and…

2012 Season 3 – Fervour

1. great intensity of feeling or belief; ardour; zeal 2. Rare intense heat For our third concert this season, we say goodbye to Winter and welcome in the Spring. Under the direction of our Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor Sadaharu Muramatsu, we start our concert with the rousing Zampa Overture by Hérold. As a special…

2012 Season 3 – Ophicleide limerick competition

Thanks to all for your wonderful entries. It was a lot of fun. So inventive were you that we had to create new categories for haiku, sonnets and international. AND THE WINNERS ARE …  (envelope please, drum roll) LIMERICK JOHN FLETCHER, our redoubtable principal bassoon, for his take on Bonnie and Clyde. Some like it…