Sydney Symphony in Parramatta Park
The sublime Sydney Symphony Orchestra performs in the Crescent, Parramatta Park. This is a FREE concert presented by Parramatta Park Trust and the NSW Government.
The internationally acclaimed Sydney Symphony concert in Parramatta Park has become a much-loved local tradition. This year the soloist is renowned trumpeter James Morrison, so pack your picnic, deckchairs and rug and join us for a magical night of classical music.
The 2013 program includes Brahms, Koehne Concerto for Jazz trumpet, Rachmaninoff and Shostakovich.
Conductor: Kristjan Jarvi
Soloist: James Morrison
When: Saturday 9 March
Time: 7.30 for 8 pm start
Where: The Crescent (Behind Old Government House) Click here for a map.
Mobility access pass available to RTA Mobility Parking Scheme holders.
Alcohol is permitted: BYO. Light refreshments available on site.
Please be considerate and bring low deck chairs, tall chairs are discouraged and owners will be directed to the back of the arena.
Weather: Please watch this website for weather up dates. The concert will proceed unless the weather is extreme.Be prepared. Check the weather on the Bureau of Meteorology
Public Transport: Parramatta Park is convieniently located for access to public transport please go to the Transport Info Line to plan your trip.
Bike or walk: the site is easily accessed and well lit and is safe for walkers and cyclists.
Parking: in the interests of public safety and enjoyment of this concert the park will be Vehicle Free from 2 pm. Convenient parking is available at parking stations around Parramatta. The Hunter St car park will remain open until 10.30 pm for this event.