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Sydney Symphony Live
Mahler’s Klagende Lied
Watch the Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s final season concert at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall for two years. The charismatic Simone Young closes out the season in legendary style with Mahler’s dark and theatrical fairy tale, Das klagende Lied.
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Andreas Brantelid performs Elgar’s Cello Concerto
Watch the Sydney Symphony and conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy perform two Elgar masterpieces and Vaughan Williams’ magical Tallis Fantasia – streamed live from the Sydney Opera House!
Music of the Oud: Joseph Tawadros with the Sydney Symphony
Watch one of Australian music's most impressive figures, Joseph Tawadros, his oud and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra transport us to parts beyond: Egypt and Australia, the past and the future of music.
A Lunar New Year Celebration
On 1 February 2019, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra ushered in the Year of the Pig with orchestral fireworks.
Richard Gill: Celebration of a Life
On 17 November, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, Sydney Chamber Choir and Conservatorium High School Chamber Choir gathered at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall to share music and speeches in tribute to Richard Gill AO.
The Happiness Box with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra
To celebrate the 2018 Music: Count Us In Day, we broadcast our final schools concert for the year - The Happiness Box - to classrooms across the nation! Recorded live at The Seymour Centre on 1 November 2018.
Beethoven Nine Live with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra
Watch one of Beethoven's greatest works, Symphony No.9, performed by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and conducted by former Sydney Symphony Orchestra Chief Conductor Edo de Waart.
Verdi's Requiem Live with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra
Live from the iconic Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra marked Australia’s first flagship event in the international Make Music Day celebration with a global broadcast of our Verdi’s Requiem concert on Thursday, 21 June 2018.