Joshua Oxley

Joshua Oxley in a exciting young tenor based in Sydney. His operatic roles include Tamino (Mozart, Die Zauberflöte, Sydney Conservatorium), Don Ottavio (Mozart, Don Giovanni, Opera Hunter), Alfredo (Verdi, La Traviata, Opera New England), Jenik (Smetana, The Bartered Bride, Rockdale Opera Company), Mozart (Rimsky-Korsakov, Mozart and Salieri, Bare Bones Opera), Sam Polk (Floyd, Susannah, Opera New England), Remendado (Bizet, Carmen, Opera New …

Lotte Latukefu

Dr Lotte Latukefu is Head of Performing Arts at Excelsia College in Sydney. Prior to that she lectured in the Faculty of Creative Arts at the University of Wollongong for 18 years. Lotte has premiered, nationally and internationally, eleven new Australian compositions in collaboration with composers and internationally recognised virtuosic chamber music performers. She is …

John Antoniou

John Antoniou, studied at the N.S.W. Conservatorium of Music and began his professional career with the Australian Opera in 1981. After winning several singing competitions, John was able to study in Europe in 1984 and 1986. Between 1987 and 1991 John was engaged as a soloist with the Vienna Staatsoper. Upon returning to Australia he …

2018-02 Czech Please!

Saturday 30th June, 7pm Sunday 1st July, 2.30pm A trail of breadcrumbs begins our second season for 2018. Beginning ‘Czech Please’ with Humperdinck’s Prelude from Hansel and Gretel, Strathfield Symphony will be performing Paganini’s Violin Concerto performed by Tinel Dragoi. Our second half will be sure to invoke feelings of patriotism. Heralding from the New …

Tinel Dragoi – Violin

Tinel Dragoi studied at the Conservatorium of Music in Bucharest, Romania. Graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) with a major in violin interpretation. Equally comfortable interpreting both classical and chamber music repertoire, he has performed both locally and internationally with ensembles such as the State Opera of Bucharest (Romania) and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra  …

2018-01 En Pointe

Saturday 7th April, 7pm A lost slipper and a handsome prince, join us for our first concert season of 2018 as Strathfield Symphony performs wonderful pieces from some of the most famous ballets of all time. Featuring music from Prokofiev’s Cinderella, De Falla’s The Three Cornered Hat, Delibes Coppelia and a depiction of the hours …

2017-04 War & Triumph

A protest against censorship from the Russian empire, a bewitched swan and a doomed prince, War and Triumph explores the inner workings of humanity. Beginning with Brahm’s tongue in cheek Academic Festival Overture, our first half features Mozart’s Concerto in C for Flute and Harp followed by Sibelius’ Finlandia –  evoking the national struggle at the time of the Finnish people. Our final …

2017-03 Tears & Laughter

Strathfield Symphony Orchestra presents a weekend of ‘Tears and Laughter’ with our first ever opera highlights concert. Performing alongside Excelsia College Choir and Sydney Sakura Choir, Strathfield Symphony Orchestra will be playing works from Rossini’s well known Barber of Sevill   e, and Thieving Magpie, Verdi’s La Traviata and Aida, the Hummingbird Chorus from Puccini’s Madame Butterfly, and …

2017-02 One and All

This season, Strathfield Symphony presents music for one and all with works by Mozart, Beethoven and Schumann. The journey begins with the ‘fiancée swapping’ overture from Mozart’s opera Cosi Fan Tutte before presenting Beethoven’s violin concerto, performed with renowned Australian soloist Alistair Duff-Forbes. During the second half, the orchestra will be performing one of the lesser-known symphonies, …