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Tickets

All tickets $45

Dates

Saturday 14 August 2021

7:30pm at Hamer Hall

Featuring

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
Melbourne Youth Orchestra
Jaime Martín
conductor
Edward Walton violin

Program

Ravel Boléro
Ravel Tzigane
Holst The Planets (selections)

Chief Conductor Designate Jaime Martín leads the MSO and Melbourne Youth Orchestra in a special collaborative concert. Enjoy two symphonic showstoppers as the MSO performs side by side with the next generation of orchestral musicians.

Ravel’s Boléro, instantly recognisable thanks to its distinct rhythm, is the perfect showcase as it builds throughout, adding all the instruments and colours of the orchestra as it goes.

Then, four epic movements from Holst's The Planets: the thrilling Mars, the sublime Venus, the playful Mercury, and ending with the infinitely cheerful Jupiter.

COVIDSafe information

Arts Centre Melbourne venues will operate under any COVID-19 guidelines in place at the time of this event, which may include mandatory wearing of masks. Please review the COVIDSafe guidelines in the pre-concert email which will be sent a few days prior to this event.

Important venue information (subject to change):

  • QR code registration via a mobile device is required on arrival. We encourage you to download the Service Victoria app prior to your visit to ensure a faster check-in time.
  • Hamer Hall foyer bars will be open pre-show
  • Personal water bottles will be permitted inside and filtered tap water will be available for self-service at the foyer bars
  • No Cloak Room
  • No Box Office sales or transactions, only available for trouble shooting or ticket collection

Orchestra safety on stage
The safety of our musicians, staff and audience remain the highest priority as we return to the post-COVID concert hall. In conjunction with the Department of Health and Human Services Victoria and Arts Centre Melbourne, the MSO has begun rapid-result, asymptomatic testing for all members of the Orchestra and on-stage production staff. As such, you may notice that our musicians are not wearing masks while performing, and that they may be spaced more closely together than previously.

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