Drama and lyricism by two of the greats
Gabriel FAURÉ Pavane
Jean SIBELIUS Violin Concerto
Johannes BRAHMS Symphony No.1
Asher Fisch conductor
Grace Clifford violin
Sibelius’ concerto begins with one of the most captivating openings in the repertoire. In the hands of one of Australia’s finest young violinists, Grace Clifford, a beguiling calmness and energetic virtuosity will shine a new light on this mighty concerto. Then prepare for an edge of your seat symphony with Brahms’ First. From its pounding timpani introduction to a blazing conclusion, this is one of the greatest ‘firsts’ made unforgettable under the baton of Asher Fisch.
This program will also be performed at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, tickets available here.
Asher Fisch appears courtesy of Wesfarmers Arts.
Wesfarmers Arts Pre-concert Talk
Join us from 6.45pm at the Terrace Level Corner Stage with this week's speaker Prue Ashurst. All concert-goers are welcome to attend the free concert talks.
Wesfarmers Arts Meet the Artists
Join tonight’s guest artist, Grace Clifford for a post-concert interview,. This will take place immediately following the Friday evening performance in the Terrace Level Foyer.
To view the dining options available on the night of the performance, click here.
This concert is presented in accordance with the Western Australian Government’s easing of COVID-19 capacity restrictions. As a result, you may be seated with ticket holders from other households. Please continue to practise good hygiene habits and observe physical distancing where possible.
We will do everything in our power to present the program listed but, as we all know, we may have to vary the repertoire or artists should Government guidelines or travel restrictions change. If that happens, we will let you know. For more information, read our 2021 Program Changes page.
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