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Kings and Queens

Conductor Fabian Russell
Host Guy Noble
Soloist Jason Redman, Trombone

Handel Sinfonia Act 3: Entrance of the Queen of Sheba, from Solomon, HWV 67
Verdi Nabucco Overture
Ravel 
Suite (5 pièces enfantines) from Ma Mère l'Oye (Mother Goose), mvt 3
Lehamnn Concerto for Trombone, mvt 1 & 3
Beethoven 
Symphony No.7 in A, Op.92, mvt 2
Wagner 
Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral (Feierlicher Zug zum Münster), from Lohengrin
J. Strauss Jr. Kaiser-Walzer (Emperor Waltzes), op.437
Elgar Imperial March

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We never lose our fascination with royalty, from TV series like The Crown to keeping up with the latest news of royal babies and weddings!

In this concert prepare to lose yourself in the opulent and triumphant world of Kings and Queens, with a feast of processions, waltzes and marches, including the ever-popular Entrance of the Queen of Sheba by Handel. We also feature that most noble of instruments, the trombone, in a concerto written especially for our Principal Trombone Jason Redman.


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Biographies

Conductor

Fabian Russell

Fabian Russell has been at the forefront of the Australian classical music industry in his 30 year career as an award winning conductor, artistic director, orchestral musician, soloist and educator. He is the Founder, Artistic...
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Host/Conductor

Guy Noble

Guy Noble has had a long association with Queensland Symphony Orchestra, having first worked with the Orchestra in 1994. He has been host of the Music on Sundays series since 2005 and conducted the orchestra...
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Section Principal Trombone

Jason Redman

Chair sponsored by Frances and Stephen Maitland OAM RFD
Music for me is being able to express feelings, to create sounds that live and breathe and move other people to feel some of what I feel when I’m playing, and it’s particularly satisfying when...
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