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Mob Tickets

Sydney Symphony are offering Mob Tickets for First Nations audiences

The Sydney Symphony Orchestra acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the many lands on which we work and perform. We perform our art in a long tradition, as Aboriginal peoples were the first musicians on these lands of what we call Australia. We believe music is a universal language that unites. We pay our respects to Gadigal Ancestors past and present, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land on which our home, the Sydney Opera House stands.

Mob Tickets are special priced tickets for First Nations people to selected Sydney Symphony concerts. There are a limited number of tickets for the concerts listed below.

How do I book Mob Tickets?

Click ‘Book Now’ under your preferred concert and select your seats. Choose any available pricing options and your Mob Tix discount will be applied in your cart.

Wata: a gathering for songmen, improvising soloists and orchestra

Wednesday 24 June, 7pm
Sydney Opera House Concert Hall

In one of the most innovative and energising works for 2024, composer and pianist Paul Grabowsky brings the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and Yolŋu songmen Daniel Ngukurr Boy Wilfred and David Yipininy Wilfred together in a work that celebrates the musical traditions of the Ngukurr people in Arnhem Land.

2024 Wata by Paul Grabowsky Gallery

Augustin Hadelich and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra

Thursday 15 August, 7pm
City Recital Hall

One of the most exciting violinists performing today, Augustin Hadelich has created a rich concert experience displaying the virtuosity demanded across the centuries, with this selection of truly captivating pieces for violin.

2024 Augustin Hadelich and the SSO Gallery

Eumeralla, a War Requiem for Peace by Deborah Cheetham Fraillon

Wednesday 11 September, 7pm
Sydney Opera House Concert Hall

Eumeralla is a work two thousand generations in the making. Experience the colossal sound of Eumeralla in the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall in this milestone Sydney premiere. With a full symphony orchestra and massed choirs – including the voices of Dhungala Children’s Choir – and sung entirely in the ancient dialects of the Gunditjmara people, Cheetham Fraillon has created a musical work that is a compelling call for peace and reconciliation.

2024 Eumeralla Gallery

Donald Runnicles conducts the Duruflé Requiem

Friday 20 September, 7pm
Sydney Opera House Concert Hall

Sir Donald Runnicles is a master concert-maker. His concerts are always fascinating combinations – and here he conducts three beautiful French masterpieces by Claude Debussy and Maurice Duruflé.

2024 Donald Runnicles conducts the Durufle Requiem Gallery

Ingrid Fliter performs Chopin

Wednesday 30 October, 8pm
Sydney Opera House Concert Hall

Chopin’s glittering First Piano Concerto captures the powerful feelings of youth. Written when he was 20, it’s a bold, unselfconscious journey of the heart and one of just two works he composed for orchestra.

2024 Ingrid Fliter performs Chopin Gallery

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Mob Tickets are made possible through the generous support of Dr. Rachel Oberon