Hear a symphony that truly contains the whole universe, Mahler’s Resurrection, with acclaimed conductor Daniel Harding and the Orchestre de Paris. Mahler’s first major work, and one of the most popular in his lifetime, his Resurrection Symphony brings to musical life his oft quoted aphorism, that a symphony must be like the world, it must contain everything: a sublime melting pot combining tradition and avant-garde, the serene and the grotesque, death and resurrection. FEATURING Daniel Harding, conductor Christiane Karg, soprano Wiebke Lehmkuhl, alto Orchestre de Paris PROGRAM MAHLER Symphony No.2 Resurrection
Play video Cybec Showcase 2021: 21st Century Australian Composers' Program
Cybec Showcase 2021: 21st Century Australian Composers' Program
The MSO premieres works by four of Australia's brightest young composers as part of the Cybec 21st Century Australian Composers' Program.
Play video Inventi Ensemble's Scheherazade
Inventi Ensemble's Scheherazade
Rimsky-Korsakov’s orchestral favourite recast in a new light by Inventi Ensemble.
Play video Rachmaninov Symphony No.2
Rachmaninov Symphony No.2
The MSO returns to the stage (again) after lockdown with a thrilling performance of Rachmaninov’s expansive Symphony No.2.
Play video Mahler's Fourth Symphony
Mahler's Fourth Symphony
Let Mahler’s Fourth Symphony lead you into a sunny and childlike world, conducted by Lawrence Renes and featuring Jacqueline Porter.
Play video Partridge x Penny: Brahms & Schubert
Partridge x Penny: Brahms & Schubert
Separated by state border closures, two halves of the Partridge and Penny string quartets join forces to perform Brahms and Schubert.
Play video Meditation with Danish National Vocal Ensemble
Meditation with Danish National Vocal Ensemble
From the beautiful setting of Copenhagen Cathedral, let the beauty of choral music take you on a mindful journey.