Explore the thrilling world of orchestral music in the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra's Season 2019.

From Mozart to Mahler, Prokofiev to the Proms, Mother Goose to Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire™, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s Season 2019 is a year of celebration, with a program filled with orchestral favourites to inspire you.

"Romeo and Juliet, Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto, Enigma Variations, and Pictures at an Exhibition… I’m breathless thinking about the 2019 season."

– Sir Andrew Davis, MSO Chief Conductor

Hamer Hall will play host to an array of special events including MSO’s annual Chinese New Year concert, Season Opening Gala, a Stravinsky double bill and the Mid-Season Gala, this year featuring the incomparable Lang Lang. Superstar physicist Professor Brian Cox explores the symphonic universe, and Sir Andrew concludes his tenure as Chief Conductor with his GRAMMY®-nominated orchestration of Messiah.

Other special guests such as violinist Viktoria Mullova, pianist Piers Lane, conductor Tan Dun, cellist Jian Wang and the mighty MSO Chorus will also feature throughout 2019, as will the return of the always-popular MSO at the Movies.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If your booking was made directly through Arts Centre Melbourne you can collect tickets from our main Box Office in the Theatres Building (under the Spire) Monday - Saturday, 9:00am to 8:30pm and Sunday, 10:00am to 5:00pm from the far right priority queue or from the Hamer Hall Box Office Monday - Sunday, 10:00am to 5:45pm. If you’re collecting in the hour-and-a-half before the show for the Sidney Myer Music Bowl, please proceed to Gate 1, unless signalled onsite to an alternative area. Please note: Any bookings not made through Arts Centre Melbourne direct (for example, through our Resident Companies or authorised ticketing agencies) can only be collected one hour prior from the venue you are attending.
A concession card (or valid photo ID with date of birth clearly visible if booking "Youth" tickets) is required at the time of purchase. Photocopies of concession cards can be used provided the expiry date is visible. Please note: Concession numbers are not sufficient proof of concession status.
Refunds are not available unless the performance is cancelled or if permitted in accordance with the LPA Code of Practice for the Ticketing of Live Entertainment Events in Australia. Exchanges are only permitted under specific circumstances. For more information on refunds and exchanges, please see our Ticketing Terms and Conditions or call our Box Office on 1300 182 183.
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