St. John Passion
Join Sir John Eliot Gardiner, the English Baroque Soloists and the Monteverdi Choir and Orchestra for one of Bach's greatest liturgical cantatas. Set within the Roman-inspired Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford, John Eliot Gardiner brings to life the story of the crucifixion of Jesus told through Bach's evocative passion. Program: BACH St. John Passion Featuring: John Eliot Gardiner Conductor Nick Pritchard Soloist, Evangelist William Thomas Soloist, Christus Alex Ashworth Soloist, Pilatus Julia Doyle Soloist, Soprano Alexander Chance Soloist, Countertenor Peter Davoren Soloist, Tenor English Baroque Soloists Monteverdi Choir and Orchestra
MSO Presents: Melbourne Ensemble at the Iwaki Auditorium
Join the MSO's ensemble-in-residence for an intimate performance of Mozart, Schubert and Telemann.
Singapore Symphony Orchestra presents Holst's The Planets
Ascend beyond the firmaments in Holst’s universally loved classic, The Planets, an awe-inspiring orchestral extravaganza that’s a guaranteed eye-opening experience for any listener.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason & Jaime Martín in Conversation | Music & Ideas | Live from the Iwaki Auditorium
From BBC Young Musician of the Year to performing at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason has rocketed to global fame as one of the most talented, grounded, and charming musicians of his generation.
Season Opening Gala: New Beginnings
Relive our Season Opening Gala, New Beginnings, as a new era for the MSO begins under the baton of our new Chief Conductor, Jaime Martín. Brought to you by our Premier Partner, Ryman Healthcare.
Masterclass with Emily Sun | Music and Ideas
Join violinist Emily Sun as she works with the next generation of musicians from the Australian National Academy of Music. This masterclass will offer artistic and technical learnings for violinists, but also insights and BTS knowledge for audiences.
Live from Hamer Hall | Vasily Petrenko Conducts Elgar
Join us live from Melbourne’s Hamer Hall as we bring you music by Elgar, Vaughan Williams and an original work by Matthew Laing, conducted by Vasily Petrenko.