MSO concert streams
Join our online concert series.
We will be streaming performances via our YouTube channel, fortnightly on Thursdays at 7.30pm plus special events. Upcoming performances and previous concert streams are listed below.
Join us on the MSO YouTube channel to experience the magic of music, from the comfort of your own home.
With a downturn in ticket revenue, your support in exchange for these concert streams is most welcome.
Watch Now: Scheherazade
Available until 12 August, 5pm
Relive the first livestream of our online concert series. Conducted by Miguel Harth-Bedoya, Scheherazade was performed to an audience-free Hamer Hall. Also on the program is Bloch’s deeply moving Schelomo, featuring soloist Timo-Veikko Valve.
Coming Soon: Best of MSO Live Online Vol. 1
Available Thursday, 13 August at 7.30pm
Join us for some of the best performances selected from our 2020 livestreams! Featuring stunning Australian works plus Copland’s Appalachian Spring.
Coming Soon: Best of MSO Live Online Vol. 2
Available Thursday, 27 August at 7.30pm
The second instalment of Best of MSO Live Online features British gems by Elgar and Walton, plus Vaughan Williams’ The Lark Ascending featuring concertmaster Dale Barltrop.
Verdi, Wagner and Vine
Conducted by Sir Andrew Davis, you’ll be treated to highlights from Wagner’s Die Walkure, Verdi’s Otello, and Carl Vine’s dramatic Microsymphony.
Danish String Quartet’s Last Leaf, arranged for MSO Quintet by Michelle Wood, is the second album by the Nordic ensemble.
Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring
Classical music changed forever on May 29, 1913, when The Rite of Spring premiered at the Champs-Elysées theatre in Paris.
Eumeralla, a war requiem for peace
Written and composed by the acclaimed Deborah Cheetham AO, and sung entirely in the ancient dialects of the Gunditjmara people.
Beethoven Symphony No. 7
Never before had rhythm been given such a fundamental role in Beethoven’s music – it generates the symphony’s structure, melodic and harmonic gestures and its powerful rhetoric.
Tognetti and The Lark Ascending
Featuring Richard Tognetti on violiln performing one of Vaughan Williams’ most-loved masterpieces, The Lark Ascending.
Having broken new ground, Beethoven was able to capture the essence of a full orchestra but on a smaller scale with this piece for a single clarinet, horn and bassoon, violin, viola, cello and double bass.