HOBART CHAMBER ORCHESTRA INC.

Rutti Requium, St David's Cathedral, 2012

St. George's Church 2010

Farrell Centre 2014

Next Concert: Saturday December 3rd – St David’s Cathedral, 7.30pm

Double Strings

HCO is delighted to welcome maestro Peter Tanfield to direct and conduct an evening of wonderful 20th Century Music. Lucy Carrig-Jones will join Peter to perform Malcolm Arnold: Conceto for Two Violins. Two pieces by Arvo Part: Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten and Tabula Rasa. The evening will conclude with Michael Tippet: Concerto for Double String Orchestra, . MORE

Hobart Chamber Orchestra

Now in its 28th year, HCO has established itself as a high quality ensemble with a reputation for initiative, courage in trying new works, building enduring collaborations, and the fostering of new talent.   MORE

Next concert venue St David's Cathedral

St David’s Cathedral: The venue for our next concert. The foundation stone of the second St David’s Church was laid on the corner of Murray and Macquarie Streets by Lt Gov. Thomas Davey to perpetuate the memory of the late David Collins. 19 February 1817. MORE

2016 Program

Sunday April 24 2016

Scots Memorial Church, Bathurst St., Hobart, 2.30pm
Conductor: Gary Wain,

Flute soloist: Douglas Mackie

J.F. Rebel
La Fantasie
J.S Bach
Orchestral Suite No 2
Solist – Douglas Mackie (Fkute)
Mozart
Adagio & Fugue in C minor
J Suk
Serenade for Strings

Sunday July 3rd

Hobart town Hall, 2.30pm
In association with the Festival of Voices

A very special concert to commemorate 150th anniversary of the Hobart Town Hall,
Works by Don Kay and a work by Paul Jarman for girls’ choir and strings.
Conductor: Simon Reade

August 17, 18, 20, 21 2016

Theatre Royal

Lucia di Lammermoor
Conductor: Greg Stephens
Director: Robert Jarman
Visit http://www.theatreroyal.com.au

December 3rd, Saturday

St. David’s Cathedral, 7.30pm
Director/conductor/soloist: Peter Tanfield

and Lucy Carrig-Jones (Violin)

Michael Tippett
Concerto for Double String Orchestra
Arvo Part
Cantus in Memorium Benjamin Britten
Malcolm Arnold
Concerto for Two Violins (with Lucy Carrig-Jones)
Arvo Part
Tabula Rasa