Around the World with Benjamin Schmid and ACO2
14 - 29 May 2015
JS BACH Concerto for Violin in E major, BWV1042
TCHAIKOVSKY "Souvenir de Florence" for String Orchestra, Op.70
BARBER Adagio for Strings
HERBERT BERGER Metropoles Suite for Violin and Strings
Benjamin Schmid Director & Lead Violin
The Australian Chamber Orchestra presents ‘Around the World’ performed by ACO2 and starring international director and acclaimed violinist Benjamin Schmid. ACO2 brings together musicians from the ACO with the rising stars of Australian music.
Embracing much-loved works in the string repertoire, ‘Around the World’ takes the audience on a journey through America, Russia and Germany, culminating in a voyage through Salzburg, Barcelona, Paris and Maputo with Berger’s Metropoles Suite for Violin and Strings.
Benjamin Schmid, a previous Guest Director of the ACO, is a recipient of the German Record Prize, the Echo Klassik Prize, the Gramophone Editor’s Choice and the Strad Selection and has appeared with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra (London), the St. Petersburg Philharmonic and the Concertgebouw Amsterdam.
14 May 7pm Armidale Town Hall
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16 May 7pm Bellingen Memorial Hall
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17 May 3pm St John's School Hall Mullumbimby
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22 May 7.30pm Nambour Civic Centre
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29 May 7pm Mt Isa*
*please note, this is a quartet performance
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Audience Member, Northern Lights, Southern Skies, Burnie Arts and Function Centre
"A wonderful programme. And wonderfully played - thank you! Thanks, too, for the ACO2 project as a whole – love the involvement of the more experienced players (especially that they seem to bring such enthusiasm), and really enjoy the excitement of seeing the younger musicians."
Audience Member, Northern Lights, Southern Skies, Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music, Hobart
"We are walking on air ... Thank you AcO2 for an amazing performance this evening at the Tas Conservatorium of Music. The program was a masterpiece and the players thrilling."