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Ballarat Symphony Orchestra explores French connection in year-ender concert

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The Ballarat Symphony Orchestra's final concert for the year, French Connections, will surely delight Francophiles. The three-part exploration begins with music by Gabriel Faur, followed by the dramatic cello piece Elegie played by guest soloist Elena Polevaya. The concert ends with the monumental Fanfares Liturgiques by Henri Tomasi.
Published 2 months ago · Ballarat, Australia

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Ballarat Symphony Orchestra explores French connection in year-ender concert

Ballarat Symphony Orchestra returns to the stage on Saturday with a French-themed program to celebrate their final concert...

2 months ago·Ballarat, Australia
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Symphony orchestra strikes up French Connections

THE Ballarat Symphony Orchestra’s final concert for the year, French Connections, will surely delight Francophiles whose love of all things French extends from the language, the culture, food and wine to the very essence of France – its music.The three-part exploration begins with music by Gabriel Fauré, including his most popular work Pavane, followed by the dramatic cello piece Elegie played by guest soloist Elena Polevaya and finally Masques …

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