8 – 10 Feb, Launceston and George Town
Whether you're looking for a traditional concert experience, an event for the family or workshops for high school instrumental students, there's something for everyone. Don't miss out – find out more and book your tickets below.
Classical brilliance meets contemporary dynamism.
Honey, we shrunk the orchestra! Join the TSO Strings for a night under the leadership of our Concertmaster, Emma McGrath. Orchestral favourites sit alongside classical makeovers for a high-energy program that delivers the quintessential concert experience.
Saturday 10 Feb, 7pm at Scotch Oakburn College, Launceston
Tickets just $42
A musical adventure awaits the whole family!
Delight in classics and well-known tunes in this short concert filled with joy and excitement. Featuring the Can Can, William Tell Overture, and a few surprises to get you grooving!
Instrumental students in Years 6 – 12 can join Like Instrument Workshops led by the players of the TSO.
Grouped by instrument, students will work on sound production, technique and ensemble skills. Not to mention have a lot of fun!
Saturday 10 Feb, 10am - 12pm
Scotch Oakburn College, Launceston
Free, registration essential
REGISTER FOR FREE
Email Kim Waldock, Director Artistic Development at waldockk@tso with your name, instrument and approximate grade.
School children will uncover the power of music in Listen and Dance – a concert of music to move to – featuring our Mini TSO ensemble made up of one of each orchestral instrument.
Free for participating schools.
Homegrown heroes, The Wolfe Brothers, are making their way back to Launceston in April!
Along with four number one ARIA Country albums, 18 number one singles and six Golden Guitars, Australia’s most awarded country rock duo in history will add another highlight in 2024: a not-to-be missed concert with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.