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16 February
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Sydney Symphony Orchestra embarks on China, South Korea tour

For many, classical music never gets old.

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This month, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra will showcase their talent to a new audience.

“There is something exciting about going to certain places in China and knowing that you are performing a Beethoven Symphony for the very first time,” said chief conductor David Robertson.

Ninety musicians will soon travel to China and South Korea.

It will be the fourth time since 2009 that the orchestra has played in China. They last played in South Korea in 2011. This visit will be their second there.

“It’s always been so successful that they always say when can you come back next,” added Mr Robertson.

Concert master Sun Yi began his career in China. He said he has seen a difference in the genre since he last lived there.

“So it is quite exciting to see the change,” he added. 

Yin Nan is a journalist with the China Youth Daily.

She said the growing appetite for classical musical in China is finding appeal with a younger crowd.

“Our audience, especially the youth, not only enjoy the ancient famous work, but also the contemporary sophisticated music. Last year when the SSO came to China, their concert tickets sold out,” she said.

The tour will see musical equipment packed into 60 freight boxes, weighing 4.5 tonnes. 

But it is not just about music: cellist Rebecca Proietto says there’s a lot to learn from the countries they will visit.

“It’s great to develop cross cultural exchanges and that sort of thing. I guess music is the universal language,” she said.

Chief conductor David Robertson says there is something powerful about sharing music through a cultural exchange. 

“The soft diplomacy aspect is really important but you can’t necessarily draw a direct line so that when the orchestra goes say to China or to Korea, they kind of bring with them the kind of Australian spirit,” he added.

The tour kicks off in Beijing on October 26.

 
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