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Pioneer Theatre Castle Hill

14 Pennant Street

Castle Hill, NSW 2154

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Hills Shire Symphony Orchestra returns to the Pioneer Theatre in September for the Orange Blossom Festival!

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TBC New Work

MOZART Symphony No. 41 in C Major, "Jupiter"

HOLST "The Planets" Suite

Chris Upton conductor

Hills Shire Symphony Orchestra returns to the Pioneer Theatre in September for the Orange Blossom Festival, taking you on an interstellar journey through our exploration of space!

Hills Shire Symphony Orchestra is delighted to be presenting the world premiere of a new work, written by a composer based in the Hills Shire. Stay tuned for more information!

Mozart's "Jupiter" Symphony is widely regarded as one of, if not his greatest musical achievement. In this symphony Mozart achieves a perfect balance of seemingly effortless sound, held delicately over stunning complexity. The "Jupiter" name derives from the opening chords, which reminded several listeners of the Roman deity of the same name.

Each of the movements of Holst's The Planets suite are remarkable in their own way. Despite Holst's own admission that the subtitles are not programmatic in nature, they help us to frame the music and give enhanced meaning. The piece ranges from Mars, the Bringer of War - a relentless Allegro with clashing dissonance and in 5/4 time - to Neptune, a shimmering slow movement that fades into the distance.

Tickets for this concert are $30 for adults and $15 for concession.

The concert should conclude at approximately 9:30 pm. 

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