Willoughby Symphony’s 2015 season

Tickets on sale now

Tickets to Willoughby Symphony’s highly anticipated 2015 season, Electrifying Intensity, are officially on sale!

Electrifying Intensity brings a new level of excitement to 2015, with six stellar concerts featuring something for everyone to enjoy. Highlighting the season are three powerhouse concerts, Grand Opera Gala, Carmina Burana and Last Night of the Proms, along with new initiatives Baby Proms, which will introduce children to the joys of classical music, intimate chamber music performances with High Tea with the Orchestra, and a spectacular end of year concert that will bring the Magic of Christmas to every family.

The 2015 Season will include outstanding home grown musicians such as Ruben Palma, Regina Daniel, Doretta Balkizas, Andrea Lam, Kanen Breen and Stephen Mould. The Willoughby Symphony will also welcome one of Australia’s most internationally sought after composers, Elena Kats-Chernin, as the 2015 Composer-in-Residence. Concert five, Myths and Legends, will showcase her incredible collection of works.

Electrifying Intensity

“It is my pleasure and honour to welcome you to another season of electrifying and inspirational music-making with the sensational Willoughby Symphony,” said Chief Conductor and Artistic Director, Dr Nicholas Milton.

“Our 2015 season is a rich treasure trove of exquisite riches for the soul, offering a magnificent selection of glorious orchestral music. With each program, you will undertake an extraordinary odyssey into the resplendence of human emotion – music is food for the soul and each of the concert experience you share with us will be a sumptuous feast – make sure you book your tickets now before they all sell out!” he said.

For further information about the 2015 Subscription Series, please contact 9777 1000 or visit www.theconcourse.com.au

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