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Tasmania’s Orchestra invites you to explore the second instalment of our 2022 season. As you’ll see, we welcome international soloists back to our shores and reconnect with artists who have enthralled Tasmanian audiences in the past. We’re also excited to introduce highly acclaimed newcomers. Go looking and get booking!

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How I turned my body into an ‘80s drumkit with Power Up

For Australian composer Holly Harrison, the pandemic “really brings a new meaning to the term ‘residency’”. In 2020, Holly was selected as the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra’s ACS Composer in Residence – but travel restrictions and lockdowns meant her experience would take an unusual shape.

How I turned my body into an ‘80s drumkit with Power Up

For Australian composer Holly Harrison, the pandemic “really brings a new meaning to the term ‘residency’”. In 2020, Holly was selected as the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra’s ACS Composer in Residence – but travel restrictions and lockdowns meant her experience would take an unusual shape.