Zelman Orchestra returns to Daylesford

SYMPHONY: Melbourne's longest running community orchestra returns to Daylesford on Sunday.

SYMPHONY: Melbourne's longest running community orchestra returns to Daylesford on Sunday.

The longest running community orchestra in Melbourne will bring music of the romantic era to Daylesford on Sunday. The Zelman Memorial Symphony Orchestra will perform a program featuring Beethoven, Weber and Wagner at the Daylesford Town Hall with guest conductors Ingrid Martin and Joseph Lallo.

Beethoven’s music will bookend the concert, opening with Coriolan Overture and closing with Symphony Number One.

Principal bassoon with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Jack Schiller will perform Weber's Bassoon Concerto, Wagner's Siegfried Idyll and introduce the world premiere of Luke Hutton's Catching Trains of Thought as the concert’s feature artist. 

The Zelman Memorial Symphony Orchestra was formed in 1933 in memory of prominent Australian musician and founder of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Alberto Zelman who died in 1927. The Zelman Orchestra was comprised of amateur players who left the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra when it became professional. 

Tickets include wine and cheese with the orchestra following the concert and are available from Paradise Books, The Bookbarn and online at http://trybooking.com/ PMRK Enquires.

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