2013 Series

Marvel at Rudolf Koelman's latest violin virtuosity with the FCO !

Beethoven piano concerto series

presented by Christopher van Tuinen and the FCO as part of the 'Music on the Terrace' series

2013 4pm Sunday 5 May, Government House Ballroom, Perth Tristan Murphy
conductor  Christopher van Tuinen
soloist  Tristan Murphy, piano - Winner of the National Eisteddfod, Canberra 2012
programme   Ferdinand Ries : Overture 'L'Apparition'
Mozart : Haffner Symphony
Beethoven : Piano Concerto No 3
tickets $42 available at the door

Beethoven piano concerto series

2013 3pm Saturday 22 June, Wesley Church, corner Hay & William Streets, Perth
3pm Sunday 23 June, Fremantle Town Hall
Jonathan Bradley
conductor  Christopher van Tuinen
soloist Jonathan Bradley, piano
programme   Beethoven : Piano Concerto No 1
Stravinsky : Concerto in E-flat 'Dumbarton Oaks'
Haydn : Symphony No 80 in D minor

Beethoven piano concerto series

2013 3pm Sunday 17 November, Fremantle Town Hall
       Sunday 24 November, Government House Ballroom    
Mark Coughlan
conductor  Christopher van Tuinen
soloist Mark Coughlan piano
programme   Beethoven : Symphony No 3
Beethoven : Piano Concerto No 5 'Emperor'

 
 
FCO is made up of highly talented young WA musicians. "Here was a stylish performance that bristled with vitality . . . FCO is a major addition to the city's music scene."   Neville Cohn, OZartsreview.
 
 
Selected recordings of recent concerts in Fremantle Town Hall are available :
Fremantle Chamber Orchestra : Rudolf Koelman violin  •  Christopher van Tuinen / Jessica Gethin conductor
- Sarasate : Zigeunerweisen ('Gypsy Airs')   (28/1/13)  [ play video ]
- Ravel : Tzigane   (27/1/13)  [ play video ]
- Chausson : Poème op 25   (27/2/11)  [ play video ]
- Wieniawski : Violin Concerto No 2   (29/3/08)  [ play video ]  CD available
- Saint-Saëns : Havanaise & Introduction et Rondo Capriccioso  (2/5/07)  CD available
 
CD cover ". . . Koelman's playing (in this new CD) is sinuous and impassioned, and from a purely technical view must be heard to be believed. The FCO . . . provides the kind of support one normally hears only from established continental ensembles."   William Yeoman, The West Australian  
"It's a recording well worth getting excited about - and for all the right reasons. And there is an extra frisson to the performance doubtless due to the recording being of live performances . . . ."   Neville Cohn, OZartsreview