An inspiring and radiant favourite, Haydn’s First Cello Concerto is the perfect work to showcase the dynamic talents of Australian cellist Li-Wei Qin.
A lively and elaborate conversation between orchestra and soloist, the concerto’s opening movement is spirited and rapid, followed by moments of languid, divine beauty, leading to the final movement’s exuberance – all elevated by Li-Wei’s masterful dexterity.
Haydn’s Symphony No.88 * is guaranteed to lift the spirits and Mozart’s brilliantly crafted Symphony No.39 is just as stirring. Dazzling with natural lyricism, jubilant melodies and dynamism, this is Mozart at the height of his powers.
Principal Guest Conductor Donald Runnicles brings his trademark dynamism to a program that will invigorate, uplift and delight.
October 26th, 2023
October 28th, 2023
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Public Transport The Sydney Opera House is a six-minute walk to Circular Quay which is regularly served by public buses, trains and ferries to Circular Quay.
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Program Symphony No.88 * - Haydn Cello Concerto No.1 - Haydn Symphony No.39 - Mozart
Artists Conductor: Donald Runnicles Cello: Li-Wei Qin
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