Developed for Stages 1-4, our one-hour interactive School Concerts are a brilliant way to introduce students to live orchestral music.
Each concert contains lively and colorful pieces that are presented in an accessible and engaging format. Our repertoire choices and activities align to the learning outcomes of the NSW Music Curriculum and each concert is supported by Teacher Resource kits that provide listening activities and lesson plans for use in the classroom.
Students: $12 per ticket
Teachers and Assistants: Free
Teacher Resource Fee applies: $30 per school (one-time only), + $2.50 per ticket booked
Explore how composers use musical concepts to suggest a place, as this concert takes you on a voyage from Australia to Europe and Asia. This interactive concert is a complete, imaginative journey for students as the music takes in real and imaginary locations.
UPDATE: The NSW Department of Education declaration on 15 March cancelled all school excursions for the foreseeable future. Consequently, this performance has been cancelled. We are in the process of contacting all ticketholders.
From Handel's Water Music to Falla's Ritual Fire Dance, discover how composers have manipulated musical elements and created these lively works depicting the earth, water, fire and air.
Years K – 2: Tuesday 2 June 10.30am / Wednesday 3 June 10.30am
Years 3 – 6: Tuesday 2 June 12pm / Thursday 4 June 10.30am
Years 7 – 8: Wednesday 3 June 12pm / Thursday 4 June 12pm
Venue: Parramatta Riverside Theatre
Travel by train, dance with a bull, march to the circus, fly with a witch, then ride off into the sunset! Students will be singing, clapping and dancing as they are introduced to the orchestra through pieces that inspire movement.
Years K – 2: Tuesday 27 October 10.30am / Wednesday 28 October 10.30am / Thursday 29 October 10.30am
Years 3 – 6: Tuesday 27 October 12pm / Wednesday 28 October 12pm / Thursday 29 October 12pm
Venue: York Theatre, Seymour Centre, Chippendale
Mozart is considered one of the world’s greatest composers. In this concert we will explore his most famous symphony, Symphony No.41 – The Jupiter - and works by composers who were inspired by his achievements. All the works have something in common with the Jupiter Symphony, but sound completely different!
These interactive workshops accompany the concert repertoire and explore the activities available.
Browse our Meet the Music program, curated for the current music education syllabus for Stages 5 & 6.
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