Curriculum Concert: Haydn and Sculthorpe

MSO Schools' Season (Secondary)

Thursday 26 March 2020 at 10:00am

Iwaki Auditorium


In response to the ban imposed by the Victorian State Government, we regret that this performance will not proceed.

We will, however, keep the music going! We invite all music-lovers to enjoy free livestreamed concerts via our YouTube channel.

If you hold a ticket to Curriculum Concert: Haydn and Sculthorpe, instead of requesting a refund, we ask you to consider donating the value of your ticket to enable us to live stream more free events and continue the mission of the MSO, to enrich lives through music. Please email our Box Office at if you would prefer to do this and we thank you in advance if you choose to donate during this uncertain period. MSO gift cards (valid for 3 years) and fee-free exchanges are also available.

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Nicholas Bochner conductor / presenter


Sculthorpe Earth Cry
Haydn Symphony No.94

About the performance

Dive into the music of two groundbreaking composers. Guided by MSO Assistant Conductor Nicholas Bochner, you’ll explore two iconic works: Haydn’s Symphony No.94 and Sculthorpe’s Earth Cry. Discover why Haydn is known as the ‘Father’ of the Symphony, and learn how Sculthorpe was inspired by indigenous music and music-makers to create a unique Australian sound.

This special concert format is ideal for curious students evolving their understanding of compositional technique and developing their analytical vocabulary.

Key information

Ticket price $17.50
Duration 60 minutes

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