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2021 MSO Subscribers

13 May at 10am

General public

27 May at 10am


Saturday 14 August 2021

2:00pm at Hamer Hall


Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
Ingrid Martin conductor
Karen Kyriakou presenter


Beethoven Symphony No.5 (excerpts)

About this performance

Join Karen Kyriakou and the musicians of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra as they investigate music’s most famous four notes and beyond! Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony is one of his most recognised and well-loved works, characterised by its unforgettable opening. Throughout this highly interactive concert, children and their grownups will explore Beethoven’s incredible work through active participation and listening whilst discovering the sights and sounds of the orchestra.

This is a is a family-friendly event exploring Beethoven's 5th Symphony. MSO’s relaxed, sensory-friendly performance is specifically designed for audience members with autism, a disability or sensory sensitivity.

Relaxed concert information

This performance will take place in Hamer Hall, a safe and relaxed environment with elements adapted to reduce anxiety and discomfort. As a concertgoer, you can expect:

  • A downloadable visual story emailed to ticket holders ahead of the concert
  • A relaxed attitude to noise and movement during the concert
  • Lights to stay on during the concert
  • Open doors and chill-out break areas
  • General admission seating with space for freedom of movement
  • Friendly, trained staff

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