Melbourne Choose Your Own Package

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Murder & Redemption

Murder & Redemption5 - 6 February 2017

Inspirational classical music mastermind Pekka Kuusisto and the Australian Chamber Orchestra are joined by American modern folk hero Sam Amidon in Murder & Redemption, a stunning concert experience that takes the listener on a vivid journey from darkness into light.

Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
5 February 2.30pm
Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
6 February 7.30pm
Bach Violin Concertos

Bach Violin Concertos2 - 3 April 2017

With Richard Tognetti at the helm for these performances, you will experience his vision of Bach’s magnificent writing for violin – a vision that has earned him three consecutive ARIA awards for his recordings of Bach’s violin works.

Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
2 April 2.30pm
Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
3 April 7.30pm
ACO Soloists

ACO Soloists7 - 8 May 2017

In a group the size of the ACO, there is nowhere to hide. It’s an ensemble of soloists. This program showcases the extraordinary talents of the ACO’s musicians.

Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
7 May 2.30pm
Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
8 May 7.30pm
Mountain

Mountain6 - 7 August 2017

An epic cinematic and musical collaboration between the ACO and BAFTA-nominated Sherpa director Jennifer Peedom.

Building on the achievement of the ACO’s The Reef, Mountain reflects on the beauty, diversity and fragility of these timeless natural monuments: symbols of spirituality; haven from man-made devastation; essential to the planet’s eco-system.

Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
6 August 2.30pm
Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
7 August 7.30pm
Intimate Mozart

Intimate Mozart 26 June 2017

Pianist Kristian Bezuidenhout is one of the world’s leading performers of Mozart. Alongside Richard Tognetti and an intimate ACO ensemble, Kristian takes on Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.13.

Melbourne Recital Centre
26 June 7.30pm
Arctic to Antipodes

Arctic to Antipodes10 - 11 September 2017

Norwegian violinist and Artistic Director of the Arctic Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, Henning Kraggerud has built a reputation as the world’s leading interpreter of Grieg.

Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
10 September 2.30pm
Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
11 September 7.30pm
Emmanuel Pahud

Emmanuel Pahud1 - 3 October 2017

The world’s greatest living flautist Emmanuel Pahud is back! Twelve years after his Australian debut with the ACO, one of Richard Tognetti’s great musical friends returns.

Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
1 October 2.30pm
Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
3 October 7.30pm
Souvenir de Florence

Souvenir de Florence25 October 2017

Souvenir de Florence is Tchaikovsky’s exuberant postcard from an Italian summer holiday, brimming with carefree energy and lush melodic fancy. Tchaikovsky’s ability to craft a heart-tugging melody remains hard to beat.

Melbourne Recital Centre
25 October 7.30pm
Bach's Christmas Oratorio

Bach's Christmas Oratorio3 - 4 December 2017

The last time the ACO performed Bach’s Christmas Oratorio critics, audiences and the Orchestra themselves considered it the concert of the year. In 2017, the Choir of London join the Orchestra again for this wonderfully festive oratorio.

Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
3 December 2.30pm
Melbourne, Arts Centre Melbourne – Hamer Hall
4 December 6.30pm
Night Music

Night Music6 December 2017

Pekka Kuusisto and ACO Collective perform Mozart’s and Dvořák’s most famous serenades, both written explicitly for evening performance, followed by a nocturne, literally “for night time”.

Melbourne Recital Centre
6 December 7.30pm


FLEXIBLE PACKAGE PRICES

The flexi-package discounted prices listed below apply to each concert at Arts Centre Melbourne. Prices for Bach Violin Concertos, Emmanuel Pahud and Christmas Oratorio are listed on the second table. 

Prices for Melbourne Recital Centre concerts are listed on the third table further below.   
  • Murder & Redemption 

  • ACO Soloists

  • Mountain

  • Arctic to Antipodes

  A Res
(per ticket)

B Res
(per ticket)

C Res
(per ticket)
Adult $111 $87 $63
Conc. $96 $76 $57
Under 30 $46 $46 $46

  • Bach Violin Concertos

  • Emmanuel Pahud

  • Christmas Oratorio

  A Res
(per ticket)

B Res
(per ticket)

C Res
(per ticket)
Adult $125 $97 $69
Conc. $108 $86 $64
Under 30 $48 $48 $48

The flexi-package discounted prices listed below apply to each of the following concerts at Melbourne Recital Centre:

  • Intimate Mozart

  • Souvenir de Florence

  • Night Music

  A Res
(per ticket)

B Res
(per ticket)

C Res
(per ticket)
Adult $117 $92 $69
Conc. $101 $81 $61
Under 30 $49 $49 $49


A booking fee of $7.50 applies per transaction for all online and telephone bookings of 2017 events, regardless of the number of tickets or events purchased simultaneously.  This booking fee is inclusive of mailing costs should you choose to have your tickets posted to you.