Australia’s world-class period ensemble – The Australian Haydn Ensemble (AHE) – is bringing its performance of Beethoven’s Seventh to Sydney’s City Recital Hall on Monday 21 August at 7pm.
With its latest musical interpretation, the Ensemble continues its ambitious and fascinating exploration of historical “parlour” arrangements of classical works performed on period instruments. Exhilaration abounds with Beethoven’s famed Seventh Symphony, as well as the overture to Fidelio and a remarkable quintet by Boccherini.
Revel in the detail, intimacy, and intensity of familiar works with a new and unexpected spin, as you experience an exhilarating night with the Ensemble at the top of its game.
Performance locations and dates:
- Bathurst | 7.30pm, Wednesday 16 August
- Canberra | 7pm, Thursday 17 August
- Berry | 7pm, Friday 18 August
- Parramatta | 4pm, Sunday 20 August
- Sydney | 7pm, Monday 21 August
- Australian Digital Concert Hall | 7pm, Monday 21 August
- Lake Macquarie | 2pm, Saturday 26 August
- Southern Highlands | Robertson School of Arts | 4pm, Sunday 27 August
Find out more about the Australian Haydn Ensemble’s upcoming performances as part of its ‘Dark With Excessive Bright’ 2023 season program.
About The Australian Haydn Ensemble
The Australian Haydn Ensemble (AHE), under the direction of Artistic Director Skye McIntosh, brings together world-class musicians who excel in both modern and period instrument performance, and are highly committed to both historical research and performance. Its repertoire is principally music of the early classical era and the late baroque, and the Ensemble’s name pays tribute to the great ‘Papa Haydn’ who was a central figure of the late Eighteenth Century.