Masterclass with Nicola Benedetti

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With major event restrictions still to be lifted to a point where we can perform for you in the concert hall, we regret that this MSO performance will not proceed.

We are committed to ensuring the longevity and sustainability of the MSO, and we thank you for your patience, understanding and support during this time. We will, however, keep the music going! We invite all music-lovers to enjoy free online concerts via our YouTube channel.

If you hold a ticket to this performance, 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 prior to the performance date at boxoffice@mso.com.au 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.

Refunds will automatically be processed to the credit card used to make the purchase on the scheduled concert date. Please note, refunds may take 10 business days to arrive in your account.

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Featuring

Nicola Benedetti
Students from the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music

World-renowned violinist, musical educator, 2020 GRAMMY Award winner, and MSO’s 2020 Soloist in Residence, Nicola Benetti guides emerging talent from Melbourne’s Conservatorium of Music in this special, open Masterclass.

One of the most sought-after violinists of her generation, Benedetti’s ability to captivate audiences, coupled with her wide appeal as a high-profile advocate for classical music, has made her one of the most important artists of the day. Join her in a unique opportunity to learn as she guides participants through seminal works from the violin repertoire.

MSO Masterclasses presented in partnership with the University of Melbourne may be filmed/livestreamed online distribution.

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