|Start Date||18th Apr 2015 7:30pm|
|End Date||18th Apr 2015 7:30pm|
|Location||Federation Concert Hall|
|Fee||For details see website. 20% off for RSL & Legacy members and past & current serving military.|
The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra marks the ANZAC Centenary with Remembrance, a multimedia event memorialising the original ANZAC experience.
Written and directed by Rodney Hall, two-time winner of the Miles Franklin Literary Award, and featuring David Hobson and artists from Victorian Opera, Remembrance combines music, words and projected archival images. Its six chapters encompass enlistment, embarkation, training, landing, trench warfare and homecoming.
Held exactly one week shy of the 100th anniversary of the start of the Gallipoli Campaign, Remembrance uses songs and poems of a century ago to capture the human face – and the human cost – of those who went to war.
|Organisation||Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra|