In the second year of Sir Andrew Davis’ Mahler cycle, the Maestro conducts the composer’s wildly expansive Third Symphony: a grand hymn to creation, epic in scale and ambition. Untamed and compelling, its riotous textures and harmonies reflect the natural world at its most vivid.
Tripod's flair for sophisticated songwriting and off-the cuff comedy has always been fairly self-contained, but their obsession with games is so epic that for this project, only the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will do.
Celebrated violinist returns to perform Bruch’s famous Violin Concerto in G minor. Evoking the hustle and bustle of early twentieth-century America, Charles Ives’ Three Places in New England shares the program alongside Nielsen’s explosive Fourth Symphony, in this concert conducted by Sir Andrew Davis.