Clap your hands to a broad range: BSO delights again

By Review by Bronislaw Sozanski
Updated March 27 2018 - 6:18am, first published March 26 2018 - 9:59am

The first half of the “Autumn Leaves” concert at the Wendouree Centre for Performing Arts last Sunday was an opportunity for the Ballarat Symphony Orchestra to demonstrate its broad range of musical skills within the nineteenth century repertoire. Guest conductor Gyula Cseszko displayed a sympathetic rapport with all sections of the orchestra while maintaining the purposeful direction.

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