The problematic phenomenology of climate change through the lens of the Early Renaissance polyptych.
5-channel kinaesthetic video installation.
SBS Youth Orchestra gives the concert première of the “Wild Swans Suite” by Uzbek-born Australian composer Elena Kats-Chernin. It features footage of Uzbekistan’s astonishing Silk Road architecture from Khiva, Bukhara and Samarkand.
When 650 young performers from a dozen countries combine for a renowned international festival, the only common language is that of music. The Japan International Youth Musicale, held every three years in Shizuoka, Japan, is gaining a reputation for bringing the most varied and exciting talent from all parts of the world.
This program takes its name from the Dream of Hope project set up by the Chinese government to support homeless children. The SBS Radio and Television Youth Orchestra was invited to visit Beijing to perform in the Forbidden City. Highlights of the program include the Concerto for Clarinet by Weber featuring Cindy Lin on clarinet, and a popular Chinese piece entitled Good News from Beijing.