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Summer Symphony

The MSO descends on Bunjil Place for an evening of classical tunes paired with two world premiere performance works.
By Libby Curran
January 28, 2022
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By Libby Curran
January 28, 2022
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It's been a hot and sticky start to the year; but this weekend, you can cool things down a notch with an evening of classical tunes from the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. The MSO returns to Bunjil Place on Saturday, January 29, for the next installation of the entertainment precinct's Summer Symphony series.

Kicking off from 7.30pm, the all-ages concert will treat your ears to classical works from the likes of Aaron Copland, Astor Piazzolla and Johann Strauss II, interspersed with more contemporary tunes.

Alongside the musical offerings, you'll also catch stunning performance pieces from diversity-focused Victorian arts group Sangam, as they deliver world premieres of two works, Encounters: Seen and Unseen and New Homes: Loss and Hope.

Tickets to the evening show come in at $10, which includes a non-alcoholic drink or glass of bubbles.

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