6TH OCTOBER 2020

Steel City Strings Announces 2020 Digital Season

2020 DIGITAL SEASON | OCT // NOV // DEC

 

From October to December 2020, Steel City Strings will perform its inaugural Digital Season.

3 incredible 40-minute concerts. 3 incredible months.

The Digital Season will see a combination of complete orchestra works such as Warlock’s ‘Capriol Suite’, trios, quartets and various solo performances from our principal and associate artists.

 
 

 

FULL PROGRAM.

 

 

October       Vivaldi, Beethoven, Mendelssohn

 

19:00 AEDT, Wednesday, 23rd October. Available on demand.

 

Felix Mendelssohn          

String Symphony No.3 in E minor, MWV N 3, Mvmt. I (1821)  |  Conductor: Luke Spicer

 

Ludwig van Beethoven   

Piano Trio in C minor, Op.1 No.3, Mvmt. I (1795)  |  Matthew Tsalidis (Violin), Karella Mitchell (Cello), Bradley Baker (Piano)

 

Max Reger                      

3 Suites for Solo Viola, Op.131d (1916)  |  Adrian Davis (Viola)

 

Antonio Vivaldi               

Concerto for 2 Cellos in G minor, RV 531 (1710)  |  Soloists: Karella Mitchell (Cello 1), Rita Woolhouse (Cello 2), Conductor: Luke Spicer

 

 

November     Corelli, Beethoven, Holst

 

19:00 AEDT Wednesday, 18th November. Available on demand here.

 

Gustav Holst                   St. Paul’s Suite, Op.29 No.2, Mvmt. IV (1913)  |  Conductor: Luke Spicer

 

Ludwig van Beethoven   Piano Trio in C minor, Op.1 No.3, Mvmt. II, III, IV (1795)  |  Matthew Tsalidis (Violin), Karella Mitchell (Cello), Bradley Baker (Piano)

 

Arcangelo Corelli            Concerto grosso in D major, Op.6 No.4 (c.a. 1712)  |  Soloists: Kyle Little (Violin I), Jacob Antonio (Violin II), Karella Mitchell (Cello), Conductor: Luke Spicer

 

 

December     Mozart, Shostakovich, Warlock

 

19:00 AEDT Wednesday, 9th December. Available on demand here.

 

Maurice Ravel                Don Quichotte à Dulcinée (Arr. Jeremy Boulton) (1934)  |  Jeremy Boulton (Baritone), Steel City Strings Quartet

 

Dmitri Shostakovich               Five Pieces For Two Violins and Piano  |  Kyle Little (Violin I), Monique Ziegelaar (Violin II), David Vance (Piano)

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart   Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K.525, Mvmt. IV (1787)  |  Steel City Strings Quartet

 

Peter Warlock                        Capriol Suite (1926)  |  Conductor: Luke Spicer

 

 

PURCHASE DIGITAL SEASON SUBSCRIPTION.

via Trybooking here. If you are a 2020 Paid Digital Subscriber, access is complimentary. Check your emails for more information or contact the Technical Support Team at steelcitystrings@gmail.com.

 

MAKE A DONATION.

100% tax-deductible donations can still be made to Steel City Strings to support this project and future projects as the orchestra survives the COVID-19 pandemic. Tax-deductible donations are still being received here.

 

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The members of Steel City Strings are outstanding examples of hard work, enterprise, enthusiasm and dedication. They reach for the stars and beyond. More power to these wonderful people.

Richard Gill AO

In Debussy's Sacred and Profane Dances of 1904 the orchestra was joined by harpist Paulina Smirnov whose scintillating playing created a wonderful and subtly-nuanced centrepiece for the concert.

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A fascinating program of works from various musical periods... The orchestra played with a strong sense of ensemble, and brought an infectious verve to the Mozart.

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