The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra offers a broad and varied education program catering to students at all levels: early learning, primary, secondary and tertiary. The TSO takes musicians and ensembles to schools, and schools come to the TSO to experience tailor-made education concerts and attend orchestra rehearsals.

The TSO is proud to provide an education program that caters for creativity and supports composers from the classroom to the concert hall. Students with musical aptitude are offered a further range of opportunities including the chance to perform with the orchestra and to work with TSO musicians in performance workshops. Specially designed classroom resources – which are available free of charge online – assist teachers to prepare their students for TSO experiences.

Browse the 2019 Education Brochure here.

Thank you to the following for supporting the TSO Education Program: The University of Tasmania Conservatorium of Music; ABC Classic FM; the James N. Kirby Foundation; Richard Gill AO, composers Julian Yu, Lisa Cheney, Gordon Hamilton, Tim Shawcross, Ian Whitney, Mark Holdsworth.

2020 Education Concerts will be announced November 2019.

If your school would like to attend a TSO Education Concert, please complete the form below or contact the TSO Box Office on 1800 001 190.

Book an Education Concert

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Alternatively, contact the TSO Box Office on or call 1800 001 190.
Schools will be invoiced 8 weeks prior to each event.

Please read full terms and conditions.

An invoice will be sent to the bursar 8 weeks prior to each event and needs to be settled within 7 days.
After invoice is settled no reduction to the number of tickets will be accepted.
Additional tickets will be invoiced separately.
A cancellation fee of 20% of the total cost will apply to any booking cancelled less than 6 weeks prior to the relevant event.