For the past two years, the Australian National Orchestra has played its annual ‘Orchestra Leader’ concert.

The concert, held every March, celebrates the life of Australian composer and conductor Philip Glass.

A former member of the National Orchestra of Australia, he also wrote and performed some of Australia’s most acclaimed operas including The Marriage of Figaro, The Marriage Suite, and The Marriage Of Figaro.

The opera was commissioned by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in the 1960s to promote the arts in Australia.

The orchestra has played the event every year since, with more than 50,000 people in attendance.

The current event, held this year, was broadcast live on Australian Broadcasting Corp. television.

During the show, Philip Glass, a founding member of Aussie music, gave his final speech.

“The only thing I regret is not being able to live my life full of happiness and freedom,” he said.

“My family and friends have been waiting for me to be able to make a speech like this.”

Philip Glass was born in Sydney, Australia, on December 8, 1872.

He was a child prodigy, with an aptitude for music and writing.

His parents were musicians, and he attended the Sydney Opera House in the 1930s.

After graduating from the Royal Conservatory of Music, Philip attended the New York City Conservatory where he studied under the legendary conductor John Cage.

In the 1940s, Philip was accepted to study music at the Royal College of Music in London.

At the age of 21, he took part in a successful audition for the Royal Ballet School in London, where he began his musical career.

In 1950, he started composing his first operatic work, The Passion of Christ, and in 1955, he became the first conductor to win a Royal Ballets Academy Award for a ballet.

He performed the work for the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Sydney Philharmonics in 1960.

In 1964, Philip performed The Marriage, which he wrote and directed, and for which he won an Academy Award.

Philip also performed The Life Of Pi at the Toronto Film Festival.

Philip Glass has always been passionate about music and the arts.

In a 2013 interview with the National Geographic Channel, he said he wanted to perform a piece of music for every child in the world.

“I want every child to hear a child crying, I want every family to hear children laughing, I am an advocate for children,” he told the channel.

“That is why I do it.

I am passionate about all these things.

It’s like an art.

That’s why I love the world of music.”

Philip said he was inspired by the music of his childhood.

“It’s the best art form that you can create.

It makes you a better person,” he continued.

“To me, the way music was created was a form of poetry.

I can’t help but love that.”

For Philip, music was also about family and music was a way of raising children.

“Music is the language of love.

It is a way to show the world that we’re not alone.

We are loved by everyone,” he added.

“In a sense, music is a language.

We communicate through words.

When you hear a song, you hear that same love that you heard in your own life.”

Music is also a way for young people to connect to one another.

In 2017, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra celebrated the 50th anniversary of the birth of its first conductor, Professor Paul Fuchs.

During a concert on March 5, 2018, Fuchs was joined by his wife, the conductor and violinist Maria Bessmann, as they sang “We Are All One”.

“We are all one, in this great orchestra,” the orchestra sang.

The music of the orchestra, which is composed of a diverse group of students, is played by more than 100 members of the Sydney Orchestra.

In addition to conducting the orchestra during the concert, Philip played the violin in the orchestra’s performances and performed at the Symphony’s Concert Hall in Sydney.

In 2018, Philip became a member of Sydney Symphony’s board of directors.

“He has been one of the most passionate and caring people I know, and I’m proud to say he was our founding member,” said Sydney Symphony board chair, Julie Macfarlane.

“His music is so beautiful and it makes me smile every time I hear it.

He is such a wonderful and wonderful man.”

Philip’s life story has often been told, often in terms of his work with children.

He has had his own children’s music CDs released in Australia and overseas.

For Philip’s son, Peter, the musical career started at the age and early 20s.

“When he was nine, I told him I was going to be a conductor and he was like, ‘I can do it, I can do music’,” Philip said.

The future of the Australian orchestra is not clear, but Philip said it is not a