The Metropolitan Orchestra Back On Stage At The Seymour Centre

More than a year after their triumphant first performance at the Seymour Centre, The Metropolitan Orchestra returns for a post Covid concert, showcasing incredible Sydney women in music. Led by Chief Conductor Sarah-Grace Williams with virtuosic soloist Kirsty McCahon, plus a highlight work from composer Heather Shannon, it’ll be an ecstatic musical evening for all.

MOZART Don Giovanni Overture
KOUSSEVITZKY Double Bass Concerto
SHANNON Sequence & Variation
BEETHOVEN Symphony no 7

Conductor: Sarah-Grace Williams
Soloists: Kirsty McCahon – Double Bass

Event Date: Sat 1st May 7pm
Supported by The NSW Government through Create NSW
Phone: 8004-3472

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