Circus Oz has been stunning audiences with its brand of high-flying acrobatics and antics for the last 40 years, but this September it'll be adding a daring new musical element to its routine in a collaboration with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
Named after the Italian musical term meaning 'together', Tutti sees the two groups of virtuosos join forces for two special nights at Hamer Hall. From high above on a spanning truss arch that mirrors the bridge of a violin, the Circus Oz performers will become the physical embodiment of the music performed by the musicians below. Featuring aerial work, flying trumpeters and a human metronome, this circus will be like none other.
Combining the thrilling risk-taking of the acrobats that has built Circus Oz's reputation and MSO's classical music, the evening will see a clash of music and movement, set against moments of silence and beauty.
Tutti will be performed on Friday, September 7, and Saturday, September 8 at Hamer Hall. To snag tickets, head to the website.