Aurora Orchestra returns to the Oxford Lieder Festival with a fascinating and varied programme.
Singer-songwriter Katie Noonan joins Aurora Orchestra as special guest for an eclectic journey in the sublime company of Aaron Copland, John Adams, and Samuel Barber.
Aurora is joined by Australia’s finest young musicians for a side-by-side performance under conductor Nicholas Collon, marking the climax of an intensive week-long collaboration.
Join Aurora Orchestra and Pepper the mischievous monkey on a dare-devil musical journey to join the extraordinary Rainbow Circus.
To open its residency at the Melbourne Festival, Aurora collaborates with tenor Allan Clayton to present a unique and haunting ‘orchestral theatre’ performance built around Britten’s Nocturne.
Principal Aurora Players perform Haydn's glittering String Quartet no. 49, kicking off their tour in Australia.
Aurora sizes up three Viennese masterpieces, each performed in dazzling miniature.
To close the 2014 Kings Place Festival, Aurora’s percussion section teams up with musicians from the Royal College of Music to give a performance of Michael Gordon’s Timber.
Two intergalactic tales that explore the wild and wonderful world of the French Baroque (with music from Couperin, Lully and Rameau).
Admired by Schumann for its ‘Grecian light and grace’, Mozart’s evergreen Symphony No. 40 combines rhythmic verve and dance-like elegance, streaked with stormy drama.