Italy’s acclaimed piano duo, Paola Biondi and Deborah Brunialti return to Australia for an intimate performance.
Tickets available here
Paola Debora studied under the guidance of Lidia Arcuri at the N. Paganini Conservatory of Genoa. Subsequently, they went on to train with Alfons Kontarsky at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Dario de Rosa and Maureen Jones at Fiesole Music School and Katia Labeque at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena. After their debut at the Sydney Conservatory and at the historical Rachmaninoff Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, they began their career by touring the world and playing for the most important national and international festivals and associations.
Their professional accomplishments include collaborations with various contemporary composers (who have also written works for them) such as Hugues Dufourt, Azio Corghi, Francesco Antonioni and Michele dallOngaro. Involved as well in the jazz music scene, they have performed the music of Stefano Bollani, Uri Caine and Giorgio Gaslini. The groups that they regularly collaborate with are the Naqqara Ensemble and the Mascoulisse Quartet. Paola and Debora love to be involved with the theater. With Bustric (Sergio Bini), they collaborated together on different shows such as Nuvolo e Musica, Varieté degli animali, Il Magico piccolo Principe and Pinocchio. With Guido Barbieri, they created the show Ottanta which debuted in the Gog season 2017/18.
They have also held numerous concerts for Rai (Radio 3 Suite, I concerts at the Quirinale). They recorded for Dynamic Music, compositions of the twentieth century obtaining awards at the most prestigious music magazines, while for Amadeus they recorded the concerto for two pianos and orchestra by F. Poulenc. In 2016, Continuo Records published the CD Between Earth and Heaven with music by Aurelio Canonici and in June 2017, Suonare News (in collaboration with Cidim) released their latest CD with music by Mozart/Grieg, Debussy, Ravel, and Gershwin. This work shares the search for a connection of peace for future civilizations expressed by the Third Paradise of Michelangelo Pistoletto, whose symbol is shown on the cover.
Brandenburg 2018 Regional Tour | Notturno: Music Before The Still Of Night
The musicians of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra are world leaders in the performance of music from the baroque era. Known for their vibrant and dynamic performances, they give 21st-century life to centuries-old music, playing period instruments just like the composers intended for their masterpieces. The violinists and cellists, for example, use strings made of sheep gut rather than the steel strings you would hear a modern orchestra play on.
You can join the members of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra in Orange on Monday 22 October 2018 for an evocative exploration of vibrant gems from the Classical and Romantic periods.
This dreamy musical program has been curated by the Brandenburg’s principal flute player, Melissa Farrow and feature works by Boccherini, Mozart and more. The unusual combination of guitar, flute and strings provides a blend with a decidedly exotic flavour and we can assure it’s an event not to be missed!
Limited tickets are on sale now.
MATIEGKA Trio in G, Op. 21 ‘Notturno’
BOCCHERINI String Trio in G, Op. 47 No. 2
DIABELLI Potpourri Duo
MERTZ Nocturne, Op. 4 No. 1
MOZART Flute Quartet in D, K. 285
BOCCHERINI Guitar Quintet No. 4 in D, G. 448
Melissa Farrow, period flute
Matt Bruce, period violin
Marianne Yeomans, period viola
Jamie Hey, period cello
Tommie Andersson, period guitar
Expression of Interest
The ORC is seeking an expression of interest for the role of Singing Teacher, to join our expanding and dynamic vocal team.
It is essential that the applicant have a Bachelor of Music or Bachelor Music Education (or minimum 5 year industry experience), have a contemporary music focus, be familiar with and have experience teaching the AMEB syllabus in Singing, Singing for Leisure, Musical Theatre, CPM and be a practising performer.
Applicants must have the ability to work in a team, work with youth and the changing voice.
Piano keyboard skills and a willingness to work in schools are desirable.This is a casual position with potential to become permanent. The successful applicant should be prepared to begin the week commencing 30th April 2018.Please make enquires to the Music Director, Mrs Donna Riles, by contacting the ORC administration office 02 6361 7974 or email@example.com
Applications close Friday 27th April
The 2018 OYO Concerto Competition have now closed.
The ORC is now inviting applications for our annual Concerto Competition.
It gives rising stars the opportunity to perform as a soloist with the Orange Youth Orchestra in concert.
Open to all instruments, including voice!
Applications can be obtained from ORC Admin or the link below.
Concerto Application Form
Applications closed 5pm, 23rd February
Auditions to be held 24th March
Come along to Enrolment Day 2018, find an instrument to inspire you, try it out, meet our tutors, join an ensemble or choir and learn all about the Con!
FREE Early Childhood Music Class
10:00am – 10:30am (Ages 0-5 years)
New enrolees receive 20% off Term 1 lessons!
Tuesday 23rd January
10am – 2pm
Vocalisation is all about the sound and the story. The Song Company of Australia comprises the continent’s leading vocalists, singing music of all times and places.
The Song Company will be returning to Orange to deliver their concert program The Arrow of Song October 14th.
The concert’s repertoire is drawn from many years’ educational work by The Song Company. This chronological program captures the long and fascinating history of unaccompanied vocal music in a unique timeline that is both informative and entertaining – from early chant to contemporary forms of a cappella singing. Hearing how harmony and notation have developed into many styles and genres over the last two thousand years inspires and encourages people of all ages to find their voice in the ongoing story of a cappella.
Saturday 14th October – 6:30pm for 7:00pm
Tickets are now on sale through Eventbrite and ORC Admin
Students (under 18): $10
ORC Students (under 18): Free