The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra has unveiled the first half of its 2021 season, spanning February to July, with Australian soloists including soprano Siobhan Stagg, pianist Jayson Gillham and violinist Grace Clifford making appearances, as well as announcing a new initiative to celebrate and support the development of female composers.
“Whether you are re-connecting or taking the first step on your ASO journey, you have so much to look forward to in 2021 – and you’ll notice some innovations too,” Managing Director Vincent Ciccarello said. “What will never change is our commitment to sharing the universal message of music’s power, beauty and relevance, in inspiring performances.”
Musicians of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. Photo courtesy of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra
With the COVID-19 pandemic creating uncertainty around restrictions on travel and gathering well into 2021, the ASO has – like orchestras around...