Colour and fire on the Clancy Auditorium stage!


Redwood and Carmen

This Friday, May 26 at 7pm, the UNSW Orchestra and UNSW Wind Symphony present their second concert of 2017. The Wind Symphony will explore the colours of nature, with Maslanka’s Mother Earth, Cichy’s Colours, George’s Redwood, and Mackey’s Lightning Field. This will be followed by the mystery and drama of Carmen, followed by the showmanship of Krommer’s clarinet concerto in E flat major, featuring Cameron Burgess as soloist.    

UNSW Orchestra | Steven Hillinger, conductor

Brahms | Hungarian Dance no. 5
Bizet | Carmen Suite no.1
Glinka | Ruslan and Ludmilla overture;
Krommer | Clarinet Concerto with Cameron Burgess, clarinet

UNSW Wind Symphony | Dr Steven Capaldo, conductor

Cichy | Colours
Perrine | Inner Sanctum
Giroux | Riften Wed
George | Redwood
Mackey| Lightning Field
Maslanka | Mother Earth

Friday May 26, 2017 at 7pm Sir John Clancy Auditorium UNSW

Tickets are available online via Eventbrite: $10, $15, $20, $40 plus booking fee; $12, $17, $22, $45 at the door.


Clarinettist Cameron Burgess will perform Krommer's Clarinet Concerto with the UNSW Orchestra on Friday May 26