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Presented by Australian Chamber Orchestra
Buy as few as 3 ACO 2018 Season concerts and receive approx. 30% off the standard prices. Select the Standard, Concession or Under 30 prices, and the discounts will be automatically applied when tickets are added to the cart.
Australia’s beloved world-class operatic success story, Soprano Nicole Car, performs her only orchestral performance in Australia for 2018, celebrating her special voice with works by Mozart, Beethoven and Verdi.
“Nicole Car gave another magnificent performance…creamy and voluptuous as the seductive pleasure-seeker, pure-toned and unembellished as a devoted believer.”
– The Australian, 2017
Known for her outstanding performances around the world – from Covent Garden and Paris, to Berlin and across North America – Australia’s world-class operatic success story has risen to stratospheric heights.
Hear her in her only Australian orchestral performances in 2018, in a program directed by Richard Tognetti that celebrates the majesty and musicality of her special voice.
Continuing this thème des femmes, the ACO’s Principal Violin Satu Vänskä will play Beethoven’s Romance in F major, and after 800 years, 12th-century German Benedictine abbess Hildegard of Bingen will make her ACO mainstage debut with her ‘Ave Maria, O auctrix vite’, paired with Verdi’s ‘Ave Maria’ from Otello.
Richard Tognetti concludes the program leading the ACO’s first performance of Mozart’s sparkling Symphony No.27.
Richard Tognetti Director
Nicole Car Soprano
Satu Vänskä Violin
HANDEL Overture and Dances from Alcina
MOZART Basta, vincesti – Ah, non lasciarmi, no
BEETHOVEN Romance for Violin and Orchestra in F major
BEETHOVEN Ah! Perfido
HILDEGARD (arr. strings) Ave Maria, O auctrix vite
VERDI Ave Maria from Otello
MOZART Misera, dove son! – Ah! non son io che parlo
MOZART Symphony No.27 in G major
Finishes approx. 9:30pm
Includes 20 min. interval
Times are approximate and subject to change at any time.
Additional Ticketing Information
Concession prices apply to:
Australian full time students (Must have proof of valid student identification)
Centrelink issued pension
Health care card holders
NOT eligible - Seniors Cards
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