Saturday 13 March, 7:00pm

Naomi Dodd: Deep Calls to Deep
Mozart: Piano Concerto No 23 in A, K488
Stravinsky: Concerto in E flat "Dumbarton Oaks"
Mozart: Symphony No 36 "Linz"


    Standard $50
    Pensioner $35
    Student/junior $12

Tickets available here

In person: The Concourse Box Office, Chatswood
By phone: Ticketek 1300 759 012

Paul Terracini: Conductor
Michelle Cheung: Piano


Composed in less than four days, Mozart’s "Linz" Symphony is both noble and festive, while his Piano Concerto No 23 in A major is renowned especially for its deeply expressive slow movement. Our soloist Michelle Cheung is a versatile and highly talented musician who has enjoyed a long association with the KPO. In this program you will also experience the transparent textures and catchy rhythms of Stravinsky’s Dumbarton Oaks, and a newly commissioned work by young Sydney composer Naomi Dodd, Deep Calls to Deep.

Michelle Cheung

Michelle has been a member of KPO for a number of years and plays piano, violin and other keyboard instruments in the orchestra. Her association with KPO dates back to high school, having won the Multiples Section of the 2001 NSW Secondary Schools Concerto Competition and performed as a soloist in Sarasate's Navarra for Two Violins with KPO at the Concerto Competition Finals Concert.


Paul Terracini

Dr Paul Terracini was born in Sydney and has enjoyed a career in Australia and internationally as an instrumentalist, composer, arranger, and conductor. He has held permanent positions as Principal Trumpet in the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra; Lecturer in Trumpet, Brass Ensemble and Big Band at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music; and Solo Trumpet in the Danish Chamber Players, Denmark.