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HAMILTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Now in its eleventh year and going as strong as ever, Hamilton Symphony Orchestra is rehearsing for its annual concert next month.
Musicians are drawn from an area that stretches to Warrnambool, Portland and Mt. Gambier, attracted by the opportunity to perform with conductor Angus Christie in an entertaining concert that includes pieces by Handel, Saint-Saens, Elgar and Grieg.
The orchestra have invited the Melbourne based pianist, Dr.Kenji Fujimura, to join them for a performance of one of the most popular Piano Concert ever written. This is the Edvard Grieg’s Piano Concerto in A minor, the only one he ever wrote. Kenji Fujimura has received numerous major prizes and awards, including the Australian National Piano Award and the William Lincer Foundation International Composition Award from New York.
Other items include the theme music from Cinema Paradiso and the well known “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Miserables.
Tickets: Adult $25 Conc. $20 U16/Student $14
Sunday 13 September, 2pm
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