Acknowledgment Of Country
The Metropolitan Orchestra acknowledges the traditional Aboriginal custodians of the land.
We acknowledge this is a country of which the members and elders of the local Aboriginal communities have been custodians for many centuries, and on which these people have performed age-old ceremonies.
The Metropolitan Orchestra acknowledges and pays our respects to the Gadigal and Wangal peoples of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of this land, and we pay our respects to their Elders both past and present.
The Inaugural Inner West Chamber Music Festival 2023
The Metropolitan Orchestra’s inaugural Inner West Chamber Music festival will showcase four incredible daytime concerts within the beautifully ornate Leichhardt Town Hall over one action-packed weekend. Presented as part of Inner West Council’s Live Music Activation program, these FREE first-class, passion-fuelled chamber music experiences will shine the spotlight on TMO’s finest musicians who will appear in four uniquely different ensembles presenting music that is both engaging and distinctively captivating. All shows are conveniently presented at midday and 3:30 pm so that audiences can spend the entire day with family and friends enjoying first-class music, as well as the fabulous local cuisine of Leichhardt.
To read the program notes, please scroll down and click on the relevant performance name below.
Cellists of TMO – Sunday, September 17th, 3:30 pm (refer below)
Cello: John Benz
Cello: Ezmi Pepper
Cello: Julienne Guerbois
Cello: Sally Schinckel-Brown
Cello: Lily Innis
Cello: Catherine Upex
Cello: Emily Cavey
Cello: Alex Benz
Leichhardt Town Hall, Leichardt NSW
Sunday, September 17th at 3:30 pm
Cellists of TMO Program Notes
Pieces will be introduced by members of the ensemble during the performance.
The Inaugural Inner West Chamber Music Festival is supported by the Inner West Council.