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Cancelled: Dvorák & Schubert
April 24 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm$48 – $75
Update: This concert has been cancelled, based on the advice issued by health authorities in order to minimise the risk and spread of COVID-19.
ANAM’s professional performance program is temporarily moving online from next Monday 20 April. Musicians will all receive lessons online, and Nick Deutsch and faculty have been busy putting together an online offering of lessons, lectures, discussions and other classes to continue the training of our musicians.
We will be calling all ticket buyers and sharing more information across the next few days, but if you have any inquiry, please send us a email or get in touch with us over the phone. Thank you so much for your patience and support.
THE ANAM ORCHESTRA AND FACULTY TAKE ‘SELF-DRIVE’ TO LOFTY HEIGHTS IN THESE TWO SYMPHONIC MASTERWORKS, WHICH WILL BE PERFORMED WITHOUT A CONDUCTOR.
- The Eighth is one of the sunniest and most pure of Dvořák’s symphonies. It is packed with good cheer and lilting melodies
- When Robert Schumann discovered the score of Schubert’s Great C Major Symphony in 1838 – ten years after Schubert’s death – he also found a profoundly beautiful symphonic epic, a work which had a far-reaching effect on the future of the symphony. A performance of this supremely human masterpiece automatically becomes an event
DVOŘÁK Symphony no. 8
SCHUBERT Symphony no. 9 The Great