Masterworks of Mozart and Brahms

Join the Fremantle Symphony for its final concert of 2018 at Newman College on Sunday 25 November. The concert features Brahms’ Double concerto for violin and cello in A Minor and Mozart’s Serenade No 10, the Gran Partita.

Joining the orchestra for this concert are violinist Margaret Blades and cellist Louise McKay. The orchestra is also honoured to have Dr Robert Braham conducting.

“This is an amazing concert and I am proud to be taking the orchestra on this journey with Margaret and Louise”, said conductor Dr Braham. “The Brahms is a fantastic work which shows off the range and talent of the soloists and Margaret and Louise really bring this piece to life. The second work, Mozart’s Gran Partita for winds, is a stunning contrast to the violin and cello concerto of the first half.”

Margaret Blades has held leading positions with both the Adelaide and West Australian Symphony Orchestras, and is now frequently invited as a Guest Leader to other orchestras in Australia and Europe. Louise McKay is the current Associate Principal of the West Australian Symphony Orchestra and this will be her third concerto with the Orchestra. Margaret and Louise have also performed together a number of times across Perth and Western Australia. Dr Robert Braham is the musical director at Trinity College and has inspired countless young minds over the past 30 years.

Doors open at 2:45pm for a 3:00pm start at the Marist Auditorium, Newman College in Churchlands. Tickets are available on our Eventbrite page or at the door, from $25. During the interval you are invited to join the orchestra for afternoon tea.

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