The Great Synagogue Will Host A Spectacular Evening Of Classical Music This June

Ria Lawrence Ria Lawrence - Staff Writer

The Great Synagogue Will Host A Spectacular Evening Of Classical Music This June

Classical music lovers– listen up!

The live music scene in Sydney boasts a wide repertoire of musical styles. From jazz to electronic to pop, there’s something to meet everyone’s interests. Classical music lovers will be excited to learn of a mesmerising new concert in the offing — Live at the Great Synagogue. The evening is primed to be an unforgettable one with celebrated pianist Simon Tedeschi set to present a duo program with violinist Andrew Haveron, concertmaster for the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.

This is a concert like no other, and we don’t say that lightly. Firstly, the location. The Great Synagogue is one of the oldest surviving Synagogues in Sydney. Nestled serenely on the bustling Elizabeth Street, it is largely believed, to this day, to be one of the most beautiful Synagogues in Australia so you can expect the ambience to be second to none. Secondly, the artists. As illustrious as both Simon Tedeschi and Andrew Haveron are, their inimitable work in the classical music arena speaks for itself. And thirdly, the music itself. These brilliant artists will be serenading you by presenting works notably performed by the iconic duo of Fritz Kreisler and Sergei Rachmaninov. There will also be dreamy sonatas by Beethoven and Schubert.

All the elements for an extraordinary evening.

To experience this magical concert amidst the spectacular setting of The Great Synagogue, you can book your tickets here. There is a choice for general tickets and premium tickets which allow you closer access to the stage and the artists.

Don’t miss out on this glorious evening. Snap up your tickets here before they run out.





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