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Education Appeal

The MSO is committed to offering world-class musical experiences that are accessible to everyone – including relaxed performances. From Jams for Juniors to Education Week to free music tuition for underserved students through The Pizzicato Effect to collaborations with our indigenous community, there’s something for everyone at the MSO.

And this year we will perform two relaxed concerts – Carnival of Dangerous Creatures, a sonic safari through the worlds of Matthew Hindson’s Dangerous Creatures and Saint-Saens’ Carnival of the Animals, specially designed for young people and their families; and, an MSO Relaxed Chamber Concert, exploring chamber music greats for older children and adults.

As an MSO concert-goer, I’m certain you’ve experienced the joy and magic of live symphonic performance – watching the musicians display their artistry, hearing the orchestra come together to uniquely express a composer’s work and even feeling the atmosphere of the audience and the hall itself. Won’t you share the wonders of live music with others in our community who struggle with the traditional concert environment?

By donating to the MSO’s community engagement and education programs, you will ensure that everyone in our community can access live symphonic performance. Thank you.

Please make a donation to the MSO today.

Here’s how:
  • Online: via our Secure Donation Page
  • Mail: download and complete our gift form
  • Phone: Garry Stocks on (03) 8646 1551
  • EFT:
    National Australia Bank
    Account Name: MSO Fund
    BSB 083-004 / Account 89-393-2381
    (please include your name and EDU in payment description)

    The MSO is a registered charity and gifts of $2 and more are fully tax-deductible.

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