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Music to your ears
The Stonnington Symphony operates as a community organisation, providing opportunities for for symphonic performers to develop their skills, gain further orchestral experience and expand their artistic horizons through the Emerging Artist Program.
From left to right: Artistic Director Roy Theaker, and Emerging Artist Program Performers, Ingrid Martin and Joshua Rogan
At 2.30pm on Sunday 16th November, at the Malvern Town Hall, you have the opportunity to hear works performed by the inaugural participants in Stonnington Symphony's Emerging Artist Program. Having been mentored this year by Artistic Director, Roy Theaker, talented symphonic performers Ingrid Martin (conductor) and Joshua Rogan (trumpet) will be tackling a challenging music program in conjunction with the full orchestra:
Debussy/Ravel: Sarabande Barber Overture: School for Scandal (conductor: Ingrid Martin)
Tamberg: Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra, Op.42, and Mussorgsky/Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition.
The emerging artists will be performing with the full orchestra
Tickets for this performance are very reasonably priced at $25 (full price), $20 (concession) and $10 for under 16s. Tickets are available online, or by calling (03) 9510 5257. Tickets will also be available at the door (subject to availability).
Planning your trip to Malvern Town Hall
Malvern Town Hall is located at the intersection of Glenferrie Road and High Street, Malvern.
There is limited car parking available onsite at the Town Hall.
The iconic Malvern Town Hall is the venue for this concert
Trams 69 (Glenferrie Rd) and 6 (High St) provide convenient public transport access. Both Armadale and Malvern train stations connect with these tramlines.
Interested in helping aspiring musicians to develop their careers?
Stonnington Symphony welcomes donations to its Artistic Development Fund. The Fund is a registered charitable trust, and all donations over $2 are tax deductible.