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Hoodoo Gurus and CSO will collaborate at Symphony in the Park

Collaborating with a symphony orchestra has been a lifelong dream for the Hoodoo Gurus' lead singer. Next year, that dream will come true.

Youngest CSO members to shine at fundraising gala

Canberra’s youngest string players are set to wow audiences when they share their musical prowess at the Canberra Symphony Orchestra (CSO) Fundraising Gala on Friday 3 November.

Canberra Symphony community programs enrich lives with music

Bringing music to everyone who wants it in their lives is important, Canberra Symphony Orchestra bassoonist Kristen Sutcliffe believes. Over the last decade, Ms Sutcliffe, an audiologist in her day job, has put together three community programs, bringing music to people with hearing loss, with dementia, and with autism.

Prom cancelled, Canberra Symphony requires help to support community

To general dismay, the Canberra Symphony Orchestra’s ever-popular Summer Prom, an open-air concert in the grounds of Government House, has been cancelled again, due to wet weather.

CSO presents Strauss and Beethoven in War and Peace

War and Peace, the Canberra Symphony Orchestra’s concert this month, encompasses two centuries of German heroism and defeat.

Canberra Symphony launches kaleidoscopic 2023 season

The Canberra Symphony Orchestra’s 2023 season, Chroma, is a kaleidoscope of colour and music, often inspired by nature.

WIN! War and Peace tickets

Thanks to our friends at the CSO, CW has 4 x War and Peace double passes to the Thursday 15 September concert to be won.

Chamber music in the fields evokes beauty of winter in Canberra

Visitors to Pialligo Estate next month can enjoy a seasonal feast of fine food and music in the fields in a collaboration with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra.

Canberra Symphony: ‘Messiah’ brings beauty back

For two nights only, the Canberra Symphony Orchestra (CSO) brings Handel’s iconic Messiah to the stage of ANU’s Llewellyn Hall. Joining CSO is a handful of acclaimed musical artists including Soprano, Chloe Lankshear, and Countertenor, Tobias Cole.

WIN! Canberra Symphony Orchestra ‘Messiah’ tickets

The Canberra Symphony Orchestra (CSO) returns to Llewellyn Hall on Friday 8 and Saturday 9 July to present special performances of Handel’s iconic Messiah.

CSO presents ‘Miracles in the Age of Reason’

Conducted by Benjamin Bayl, Canberra Symphony Orchestra presents 'Miracles in the Age of Reason', on Wednesday and Thursday nights, 18-19 May.