Chartres (2012) in AustraliaPosted on June 22, 2022
Obscura series is a a multi-sensory voyage. TSO media release:
“Described as ‘a realm where music, light and vision come together’, Obscura is a new concert series designed to connect with audiences seeking something different from the usual concert hall experience. Obscura will deliver the slightly experimental and off-beat alongside more standard works. Lighting effects enhance the experience and the audience is free to imbibe during the concert. This performance contains contrasting geometric patterns and flickering lights, which may cause discomfort and/or seizures for those with photosensitive epilepsy.”
The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra has been inspiring, invigorating and entertaining audiences since 1948. Based in Hobart’s Federation Concert Hall, the 47-piece TSO performs an extensive and varied concert season in Hobart, a smaller season in Launceston as well as concerts elsewhere in Tasmania. The TSO enjoys a profile well beyond the shores of the island state, having taken out major national awards in recent years for performances and recordings. Further afield, the orchestra has toured Asia, Europe, North and South America and the Middle East.