Classical guitar meets a full Symphony Orchestra

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The Lismore Symphony Orchestra has announced that local classical guitarist, Matthew Marshall, will soon be bringing a new dimension to the orchestra’s soundscape.

Matthew, described as ‘”a guitarist of superb technical accomplishment and a musician of perception and style” will perform the complete guitar concerto of Joaquin Rodrigo’s “Concierto de Aranjuez”. This orchestral masterpiece blends Spanish classical guitar with a full symphony orchestra – a rare feat in music and it has arguably made this work one of the most famous 20th century orchestral compositions.

Matthew Marshall

Matthew Marshall

The music line up also includes Bartok’s Concerto for Orchestra, 4th mvt, Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No 5, 2nd mvt and the Sibelius Symphony No 5, 3rd mvt and excerpts from the fabulous film “Babe” by Australian composer, Nigel Westlake.  Sonya Lopes will conduct again in this concert series.


 

The Whitebrook Theatre at Southern Cross University is the location for these upcoming performances on May 27, 7.30pm and May 28, 2pm.
Book your tickets online at www.trybooking.com/PLBK

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