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Symphony No. 3 ‘Century’ by Andrew Schultz – listen online and reviews

The new symphony had its premiere in Canberra on Monday night in front of a vast crowd (estimated at 150,000) stretching from Old Parliament House to the shores and surrounds of Lake Burley Griffin.

Listen on-line to the ABC recording of Three Architects Op. 91a, and Symphony No. 3 – Century Op. 91 performed by Canberra Symphony Orchestra/Centenary Chorus/Nicholas Milton at the Canberra100 website.

“Schultz has mapped out a symphonic scheme that could be a blueprint for Canberra’s long vistas and ordered avenues.” Read Matthew Westwood’s article in The Australian.

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/arts/review/composer-andrew-schultz-gives-canberra-a-capital-work/story-fn9n8gph-1226591661982

“The Symphony No. 3 “Century” by Andrew Schultz was a resounding success, drawing a standing ovation, wolf whistles and prolonged applause.” Read the full review from Clinton White from City News.

http://citynews.com.au/2013/review-cso-rises-to-centenary-premiere

“Century is excellent. It is epic. It is powerful and beautiful”.  Read Chris Wallace’s review in full.

http://chriswallacecolumns.com/2013/03/17/schultz-hits-a-century/

“Composer Andrew Schultz’s musical celebration of Canberra is inspired by radical ideas and bold landscapes.” Read Larissa Nicholson’s article in full.

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/settling-centenarys-score-is-a-capital-task-20121026-28bi2.html#ixzz2Ar1yUuQG

 

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