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Is conducting a science?

August 4, 2022
When you attend Conducting an Experiment, you’ll have the rare opportunity to experience this scenario: meet some of the TSO’s professional players, perhaps for the first time, then conduct them through your own interpre...

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

June 15, 2022
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 restric...

Five things you might not know about Beethoven’s Ninth

March 30, 2022
Of all the symphonies in the world, Beethoven’s Ninth is the one we can all sing along to. Its famous Ode to Joy is taught to children in school bands, performed at global events to symbolise peace, and has been adopted...

Sit down with a soloist

March 22, 2022
Stephanie Eslake talks with Andrew Seymour about his upcoming soloist performance in Weber Clarinet Concerto.