Brisbane City Hall

Don't miss this glorious afternoon of classical music when Brisbane Symphony Orchestra present Revolutionaries at Brisbane City Hall on Sunday, November 3.

For its final concert of 2019, the Brisbane Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Paul Dean, will perform an incredible program of music including the Beethoven Triple Concerto for piano, violin and cello soloists accompanied by the orchestra.

Revolutionaries, Brisbane City Hall

Join well-respected Brisbane musicians Michele Walsh (violin), Trish O’Brien (cello) and Stephen Emmerson (piano), as they perform this romantic and dramatic concerto, the only Beethoven concerto written for more than one solo instrument.

Revolutionaries, Brisbane City Hall

The Brisbane Symphony will also be performing Sibelius’ much-loved Valse Triste and Shostakovich’s successful Symphony No 5,  in what is certain to be a rousing concert for classical music lovers.

Brisbane Symphony Orchestra is a valued partner of Must Do


Brisbane City Hall

King George Sq


Nov 3 3-5pm



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