Listening to renowned composers’ works being played by a symphony orchestra can be an uplifting experience. When it’s the execution of a famous Greek philosopher like Socrates being depicted, it can be even more exhilarating.
Weeks after the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra presented The Last Days of Socrates composed by Australia’s pride, Brett Dean, the orchestral piece is ready to captivate Melbourne’s classical music devotees.
Brett Dean recounts devoting much time to rehearsals to perfect the upcoming performance. Find out who will join Brett Dean in the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra program and the elements that the public can look forward to in the musical rendition of the compelling narrative. Get a tuneful here about the musical sensation: Composer breaks sound barriers.