“as a sophisticated musical group with vigorous sounds and excellent technique” – The London Times, “is a solid, energetic and meticulously drilled ensemble” – The Washington Post
China National Symphony Orchestra will make their return to Australia this year after an absence of six years. Over 80 musicians make up this world-class orchestra under the baton of CNSO’s conductor Maestro Li Xincao.
They will perform one concert only at Sydney Opera House on 28 November, Adelaide Town Hall 1 December and Melbourne Arts Centre 2 December.
The concert also features violinist Lu Siqing, the first Asian prize winner of the Paganini Competition. For the Orchestra’s Australian tour 2023, the CNSO will perform a selection of masterpieces including Overture Dance of The Yao People, The Butterfly Lovers composed by He Zhanhao and Chen Gang and Beethoven Symphony No. 7 in A Major op. 92.
This is a unique opportunity for Australian audiences to experience exquisite music and witness the supreme skill and artistry of the China National Symphony Orchestra.
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