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The UNSW Orchestra and the UNSW Wind Symphony concluded their 2013 concert season on 18 October.

The 2014 concert season will begin in April/May 2014. Please visit this website in early April 2014 for information on concert dates and programs.



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Here are the works the ensembles performed at their joint final concert for 2013:

Date: Friday, 18 October 2013
Place: The Sir John Clancy Auditorium on the UNSW campus [See grid point C24 on this map].



Conducted by guest conductor Stuart Wright, the Orchestra played:
Mozart, Overture: Don Giovanni
Brahms, Hungarian Dance No.3
Dvorak, Slavonic Dance Op.72, No.4
Strauss, The Blue Danube
Dvorak, Slavonic Dance Op.72, No.2
Brahms, Hungarian Dance No.1

Conducted by Steven Capaldo, the Wind Symphony played:
Bernstein (transcr. Grundman), Overture: Candide
Yurko, Night Dances
Dello Joio, Satiric Dances
Barnes, Invocation and Toccata
Grainger, Molly on the Shore
Reed, Armenian Dances – Part 1


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The Orchestra and The Wind Symphony gratefully acknowledge generous financial
assistance from Arc@UNSW and from The U Committee.
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Background information

1. The UNSW Orchestra and the UNSW Wind Symphony each present one or two concerts per academic semester, in the periods April-June and August-October. There are no concerts outside these periods. At times, both ensembles perform on the same program.

2. Details of forthcoming concerts by the Orchestra and the Wind Symphony appear on this page, generally about a month before each concert.

3. Entry to lunchtime concerts is generally by gold coin donation. Open air concerts are free. Tickets for evening concerts are available at the door of the concert venue. Advance booking of tickets is not necessary.

4. Our concerts are always announced on the UNSW Events page. Search the Events Calendar with the keyword 'concert'.

If you would like to be informed by email of our forthcoming concerts, you could join the email list for the UNSW Events Newsletter.

It is sent out free every Sunday and covers the events of the upcoming week. Details of the Newsletter are on the UNSW Events page.



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