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Adelaide Symphony Orchestra


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    Swan Lake, Op.20, TH.12 / Act 2: Dance Of The Little Swans - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Elyakum Shapirra
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    Serenade in G Major, K.525 "Eine kleine Nachtmusik": 1. Allegro - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Timothy Sexton
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    Symphony No.3, Op. 36 "Symphony of Sorrowful Songs": 2. Lento e largo - Henryk Górecki, Yvonne Kenny, Takuo Yuasa
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    Four Songs Op.13: No.3 Sure On This Shining Night - Andante - Samuel Barber, Greta Bradman, Luke Dollman
The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra is the largest performing arts organisation in South Australia and each year, performs over 100 concerts across a diverse musical spectrum.
The ASO also provides the orchestral support for the State Opera of South Australia and performances by The Australian Ballet and Opera Australia, and is the most prolific contributor to the Adelaide Festival.
Following its groundbreaking 1996 tour to China, the ASO won world acclaim in 1998 with the State Opera of South Australia’s production of Wagner’s Ring Cycle. This monumental project was repeated in 2004 with the first all-Australian production. In 2009, the ASO performed at Carnegie Hall, New York as part of the annual G’Day USA celebrations.
The Orchestra is acknowledged and critically acclaimed for its recordings and its ongoing commitment to Australian composers and has released recordings on ABC Classics, Melba and Opus Arte.
The ASO made history as the first Australian orchestra to record and release the entire Sibelius Symphony Cycle. The Orchestra’s Mahler Symphony Cycle (2006 – 2013) under Maestro Volmer was the first of its kind for South Australia and resulted in a record breaking performance of Mahler’s Symphony No 8 as part of the 2010 Adelaide Festival.


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