SPO 10th Year Anniversary Reflections
SPO is now 10 years old!
To celebrate the 10th anniversary, we will be looking back the past years of our journey by having a series of interviews with our soloists and guest conductors!
Recording of the interview is available on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/SelangorPhilharmonicOrchestra.
Throwback to our Chapter 6 concert back in 2015! We are presenting to you Antonin Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9. Dvorak wrote this symphony while he was spending time in the America in the 1890s. His longing for home fills the music with complex emotions.
Some of us might spend this difficult time with family, friends or even alone. SPO encourage all individuals to stay positive and strong.
Stay safe and stay healthy!
Throwback to our Chapter 7: Fate concert in 2015! Featuring Ng Chong Lim as our soloist for Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2.
After the unfortunate premiere of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 1 in 1897, the composer fell into a deep depression and suffered severe writer’s block. Luckily, the composition of his Piano Concerto No. 2 marked his full recovery.
Each unforgettable phrase, swelling cello line, and weighty piano chord is fantastically placed to make a musical masterpiece. Superb melody after glorious melody flows from the keyboard; the dialogue between orchestra and soloist is divine; and Rachmaninov absolutely had a success on his hands.
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