Symphony comes from an ancient Greek word meaning to ‘sound together’. When you attend the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra you see and hear a great body of musicians sounding together as one remarkable, harmonious entity. But more than sounding together, symphony concerts are a tremendous example of members of the community gathering together. We join ‘in concert’ with a whole band of people – people known to us and people unknown to us – for the common purpose of being moved, uplifted and entertained by orchestral music. In the one place and at the one time, we experience music being articulated, given form and given meaning. This binds us together as a group. It fosters a common humanity and puts us in touch with something greater than ourselves.
You will find plenty of reasons to be moved, uplifted and entertained by the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra in 2019. The fledgling orchestra that gave its first concert in May 1948 enters its eighth decade as a robust and vital force in Tasmanian music-making. At this milestone in our history we welcome Eivind Aadland as Chief Conductor and Artistic Director Designate. Maestro Aadland, who is no stranger to the TSO and Tasmanian audiences, will conduct a concert in Hobart on 9 August before fully taking up his new role in the following season. In the spirit of sounding together and coming together, we extend the hand of friendship to Eivind Aadland and welcome you, our all-important audience.
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By becoming a TSO subscriber, you don’t just enjoy a breathtaking season of live orchestral music, you will save up to 20% on concert tickets and receive exclusive benefits, including priority bookings, free concert programs and ticket exchanges, flexible payment options and discounts with affiliated organisations. With a range of subscription type, you’re sure to find an option that suits you.
By choosing a Concert Series, you purchase a set number of concerts, attract a high level of discount, and retain the same seats from one concert to the next and from one year to the next. Each Concert Series has its own profile and ambiance, with the concerts specially curated to match.
Master Series (All 12 concerts), 15% discount
Designed for concert-goers who are interested in the full breadth of the orchestral repertory, from key works by canonic composers to lesser known pieces of music, along with completely new works.
Matinee Series (All 4 concerts), 10% discount
Similar to the Master Series but devised for concert-goers who prefer the TSO experience in daylight hours.
Master + Matinee Series (All 16 concerts), 20% off Master and 15% off Matinee
Enjoy the highest level of discount and the full range of both the Master and Matinee Series.
Family Classics Series* (All 3 concerts), 10% discount
Specially intended for families, these early-evening concerts are great value and great entertainment.
Launceston Complete Series (All 6 concerts), 10% discount
Enjoy the full diversity of the TSO, from symphonies and concertos to lighter orchestral fare.
Bonus offer! Subscribers to this series receive a complimentary ticket to a Hobart Master Series concert in the same price category.
This subscription option gives you the flexibility to choose the concerts that interest you most at discounted prices. You need to select a minimum of 4 concerts to qualify as a Compose Your Own subscriber. On orders of 8 or more concerts, the discount is 15%; on orders of 4-7 concerts, the discount is 10%.
Need more time? If you are not sure of the concerts you would like to attend but still wish to take advantage of discounted ticket prices, a Subscription Credit offers the perfect solution. It gives you 10% off the full ticket price and the freedom to choose the concerts that interest you most. A Subscription Credit starts at $250 and is valid for the entire 2019 concert season.
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Log in to your account and follow the prompts. Fixed Package subscribers will find their packages pre-selected and ready to be loaded to the shopping cart. Compose Your Own subscribers will need to choose their concerts.
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Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
GPO Box 1450
Hobart TAS 7001
Contact the TSO Box Office on 1800 001 190 (10am-4pm, Monday-Friday).
TSO Box Office, Federation Concert Hall, 1 Davey Street, Hobart (10am-4pm, Monday-Friday).
- Full-time students, Australian Social Security Card holders, Companion Card holders and Veterans’ Affairs pensioners will receive a concession to applicable concerts.
- Seniors Card holders are eligible for concession prices to Matinee Series and Family Classics concerts only.
Please enclose photocopied proof with your booking form. If you are booking online and claiming a concession, tickets will be held at the TSO Box Office until proof of concession is received. Email a scanned copy of proof of concession to email@example.com or post it to TSO Box Office, GPO Box 1450, Hobart TAS 7001.
If you are a TSO subscriber and wish to change your seat(s), please indicate this in the “special requirements” section of your renewal form. While every effort will be taken to accommodate your request, it cannot be guaranteed.
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