Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
For those looking to immerse themselves in culture during their visit to Tasmania, watching the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra at the Federation Concert Hall should undoubtedly be at the top of any list. The Orchestra has played alongside some of the finest composing, conducting and musical talents in the world; from distinguished composers such as Howard Shelley and Richard Gill, to up-and-coming performers including Emma Matthews, Kirill Gerstein and the masterful didgeridoo-playing favourite William Barton.
The Hall provides the ideal setting for some of the finest orchestral and virtuoso performances you are likely to experience. 2013 at the Hall promises to witness a variety of themes being explored, including the centennial and bicentennial markings of composers Benjamin Britten, Giuseppe Verdi and Richard Wagner. There will also be debut showings for cellist Sol Gabetta, soprano Maya Boog and conductor Mark Wigglesworth.
Check out the free, downloadable PDF calendar to see what’s on during your visit.
Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm.
Federation Concert Hall, 1 Davey Street, Hobart, 7000View Larger Map
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