We have planned an amazing array of concerts throughout the year for secondary aged students. As always, book early to avoid disappointment.
DOWNLOAD Application Form here.
Applications close Monday 19 March, 5pm
Saturday 14 April
Scotch Oakburn College
Performing Arts Centre, Newstead
TSO musicians take up residence at the Scotch Oakburn College Performing Arts Centre to lead 16 individual masterclasses with selected students from the North and North West of Tasmania. Up to six participants per masterclass will be selected by an application process. Applicants must be 25 years or under. Masterclasses are available for the following orchestral instruments:
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Timpani, Percussion, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass
TSO musicians participating in Masterclasses*
Douglas Mackie flute
David Nuttall oboe
Andrew Seymour clarinet
Tahnee van Herk bassoon
Geoff Lierse horn
Mark Bain trumpet
Jonathon Ramsay trombone and euphonium
Mitchell Nissen bass trombone and tuba
Matthew Goddard timpani
Tracey Patten percussion
Jenny Owen violin (advanced)
Lucy Carrig-Jones violin (intermediate)
David Wicks viola
Sue-Ellen Paulsen cello
Aurora Henrich double bass
*Subject to applications received
Observers are welcome to attend – entry is FREE
In Partnership with Scotch Oakburn College
Applications are open now. Download application form HERE.
Applications close Friday 6 April
Please note, this workshop is open to Tasmanian residents only.
HOLST St Paul’s Suite
Full-time university students & Grade 11 & 12 secondary school students may apply.
Free to selected participants.
Presented by the TSO in partnership with the UTAS Conservatorium
The ACO conducts String Workshops during their national tours each year. Students become part of the ACO for a morning, learning rehearsal and performance techniques and playing alongside ACO musicians.
The TSO, in partnership with the UTAS Conservatorium, is thrilled to present this workshop in Hobart as an extension activity for advanced Tasmanian string students. The workshop is free of charge and runs for three hours.
Curriculum-linked professional development resources based on rehearsal leadership and techniques are provided for teachers to support the workshop. Teachers are invited to observe the workshop and talk with our musicians afterwards. String workshops are extension activities for advanced string students.
Monday 14 May
Conservatorium Recital Hall
(Photo credit: Fiora Sacco)
New for 2018!
The TSO will provide a “pre-rehearsal” talk to prepare students about the works they will hear in rehearsal. A speaker will deliver the talk at your school on an agreed date before the Open Rehearsal.
Watch, listen and learn as the TSO rehearses for a Master Series concert. Observe Chief Conductor and Artistic Director Marko Letonja in action and take note of how the rehearsal process works. Listen to the music as it is tweaked, transformed and polished to perfection.
Thursday 8 March
SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony no.9
Friday 27 July
TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 6
Federation Concert Hall
Maximum 60 Students
$100 fee per group per event
(booking fee includes the talk at your school)
For bookings please contact Jenny Compton email@example.com
Student composers are invited to participate in this unique collaboration between the TSO and the University of Tasmania. Partnering with TSO and UTAS in 2018 is National Trust-Tasmania. An outstanding opportunity for students and their music teachers to study with leading composer Maria Grenfell and musicians from the TSO, this workshop-based project is available free to Tasmanian students who meet the required course criteria.
Grades 11 – 12
Congratulations to the following participants:
Students Ryan Conway, Kenny King and Nathan Lindner with TSO Composers’Project tutor Maria Grenfell and Elizabeth College Head of Music Jennie MacDonald.
THE FRIENDS SCHOOL
Kaelyn Girao with The Friends’School Head of Music Paul Radford.
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN COLLEGE
Phoebe Greener and Southern Christian College Head of Music Belinda McDermott
THE HUTCHINS SCHOOL
Lachlan Chambers and The Hutchins School Head of Music Ann Morgan (image to follow)
TSO and City of Launceston Philharmonic Orchestra Side-by-side Rehearsal
Members of the TSO will sit side-by-side with members of the City of Launceston Philharmonic Orchestra in Launceston’s Albert Hall for a morning of mentored music making and friendship. TSO musicians will share their experience and knowledge as both orchestras come together to rehearse repertoire featured in the upcoming Launceston Philharmonic Orchestra concert.
Saturday 14 April
Albert Hall, Launceston
Each year the TSO invites members of the Tasmanian Youth Orchestra to join them onstage for an intense day of side-by-side rehearsing. In 2018 aspiring student musicians will be mentored by members of the TSO as they prepare a program of orchestral masterworks under the baton of TSO Chief Conductor and Artistic Director Marko Letonja.
Saturday 11 August
Federation Concert Hall
The TSO’s Student Season Pass is available to all full-time tertiary and secondary students.
For only $35 students get access to more than 30 TSO concerts in Hobart, Launceston and regional Tasmania subject to availability.
What’s the catch? There isn’t one! Pay $35 for a pass and receive free entry to the 2018 season.
Here’s how it works
Fill out the application form below (proof of full-time student status required), pay $35, receive your Student Season Pass and start booking! Tickets can be booked from two weeks to one day in advance of a concert.
For further information and to purchase a pass contact the TSO Box Office on 1800 001 190 or email firstname.lastname@example.org