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The Australian World Orchestra presents AWO Chamber 8
July 27, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
The Australian World Orchestra (AWO) is delighted to present AWO CHAMBER 8, an ensemble of Australia’s finest musicians based in prestigious international and national orchestras, performing a series of unmissable intimate chamber concerts.
All exceptional soloists in their own right, the AWO Chamber 8 musicians are: Andrew Bain (Horn), David Berlin (Cello), Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Natalie Chee (Violin), 1st Convertmaster, Radio Symphony Orchestra, Stuggart; Paul Dean (Clarinet), Brisbane Senior Lecturer of Clarinet and Head of Woodwind at the Queensland Conservatorium; Dan Dodds (Violin), Festival Strings Lucerne;
Tahlia Petrosian (Viola), Gewandhaus Leipzig; Matthew McDonald (Double Bass), Berlin Philharmonic and Lyndon Watts (Bassoon), Melbourne, formerly Munich Philharmonic; LA Philharmonic Orchestra.
AWO Chamber 8 will perform a breathtaking programme of the Beethoven Septet in E-flat major, Op.20 & Dvořák String Quintet No.2, Op.77.
Since its inaugural concert series in 2011, the AWO has established itself as one of the world’s leading orchestras, dazzling audiences in Australia and overseas and performing to over 31,000 music lovers. Over the last six years the AWO has performed in Australia, India and Singapore, and guest conductors have included Sir Simon Rattle, Alexander Briger, Stanley Dodds, and Maestro Zubin Mehta. The AWO’s purpose is simple: to bring together in concert Australia’s finest orchestral musicians from around the world, while encouraging and developing young talent. United, the cream of Australia’s national and international musicians present performances of soul-stirring musicianship.