Guitarists, Slava and Leonard Grigoryan are counted amongst the finest musicians of their generation having developed a reputation for enthralling audiences with the energy of their performances and the breadth of their repertoire – embracing genres such as classical, jazz and contemporary music from around the world.
Between them, they have received 3 ARIA awards (Australian Recording Industry Association) and an incredible 24 ARIA Award nominations. As a duo they have recorded 8 albums with the 9th coming out in 2018.
They have been touring internationally since 2003, regularly performing throughout Europe, Asia, Australia and the USA, as well as more exotic performances in Brazil, South Africa, India and the Middle East.
Their diverse repertoire continues to present new opportunities for performances in traditional and unconventional settings, from projects with orchestras to duo performances in iconic classical venues such as London’s Wigmore Hall and Vienna’s Konzerthaus.
Testament to their broad appeal and incredible skills is reflected in their most recent tours: In August 2017 they performed as support for the Canadian singer/songwriter KD Lang on her Ingénue Redux, 25th Anniversary Tour.
This was followed immediately by another National tour sharing the stage and billing with the great Flamenco guitarist Paco Pena. All of this occurred while their latest classical release ‘Songs Without Words’ has been at the top of the classical music charts for 3 months.
In constant demand all over the world, Taikoz School Ensemble bring their dynamic and heart-stopping traditional Japanese taiko drumming to the Orange Regional Conservatorium for a FREE community concert. Made possible with the support of Musica Viva Australia and the Godfrey Turner Memorial Music Trust.
Join the Orange Regional Conservatorium’s Symphonic Wind Ensemble for a concert featuring some of their most diverse and challenging new repertoire.
After last year’s fantastic travel themed “Around the World” concert, this year Conductor Liz Sargeant has chosen a wedding theme, to celebrate her own nuptials earlier this year.
Come along for a what is sure to be a fun filled Sunday afternoon full of great music.
The Big Phatt Jazz Band is one of the ORC’s flagship ensembles. Consisting of student, amateur and professional musicians under the energetic leadership of Rod Mason OAM, the band have an exciting repertoire of new, fun and challenging big band music.
Benjamin’s Big Band is a community band and is the flagship group within the Garigal Community Performing Arts Society. Established more than 20 years ago by leading musician Mr Craig Benjamin, they continue to be booked regularly for public and private events in Sydney and nationally, including the Ku-Ring-Gai Twilight Jazz concerts, Eurofest, and the Manly and Merimbula Jazz Festivals.
The Armed Man is a collaborative event between the Allegri Singers, Orange Regional Conservatorium, Orange Symphony Orchestra and Kinross Wolaroi School.
Allegri Singers and friends are thrilled to be performing ‘The Armed Man’.
With a choir of some 90 voices, soloists and a large orchestra, this will be one of the most exciting and challenging works in their over 40 years of singing.
Allegri Singers will be joined by The Willoughby Singers, Orange Regional Conservatorium Symphonic Choir, and accompanied by Orange Symphony Orchestra.
Sir Karl Jenkins, at 75, is the U.K.’s most popular contemporary classical composer.
Subtitled ‘A Mass for Peace’ this is essentially an anti-war work. The words and music are immediately captivating, from the martial, strident opening, and the shockingly visceral evocation of the reality of war, to the transcendent, exquisitely emotional movements expressing faith in the possibility of peace, this is a work you will never forget.
Inspired by the words of many different cultures and belief systems, it has a broad appeal to all of humankind.
Throw off the shackles of everyday existence, grab yourself a glass of Sekt and settle in as Brad Cooper takes you on a riotous journey back to the heady world of interwar Kabarett.
From the wartime spirit of Novello, the hilarity of the Comedian Harmonists via the tumult of Kurt Weill & Hans Eisler’s Berlin, the Golden Age of Lehár & Stolz’s Vienna, the passion of Piaf & Brel’s Paris, to the witty irreverence of today, KABARETT is a celebration of wild electric decadence and dangerously dark humour.
Brad studied at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, National Opera Studio, London and with Marilyn Horne at the Music Academy of the West, California.
The Big Phatt Jazz Band is sounding bigger and phatter than ever before! Under the leadership of Rod Mason the band has had a huge year, taking out 1st place in both the Orange and Bathurst Eistedfodd as well as presenting some stand out concerts.
Join us to celebrate a fantastic year of Big Band Jazz
Ticket includes grazing table dinner during interval. Wine and Beer for sale.