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Developed to enhance live-learning experiences, our resource packages offer accessible and detailed teaching aids for all teachers.
18-21 July 2022
The Melbourne Music Summit is the MSO’s annual conference designed to support and inspire educators of all types.Across four evenings, you will enjoy a jam-packed program that has been designed for music specialists, primary generalists, and early childhood teachers.
Primary, Years 7-9 Schools and teachers
Thu 19 May - Fri 20 May
Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne
Secondary Schools and teachers
Thu 19 May - Thu 19 May
Arts Centre Melbourne, Hamer Hall
Explore the historical and musical context of Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring with Nicholas Bochner.
Students join Nicholas Bochner in a timely in-depth conversation with VCE Music Specialist James Le Fevre with guidance in preparing for and succeeding in all areas of upcoming Music exams.
Explore the cultural themes and music in Deborah’s moving and powerful work, premiered by the MSO in 2019.
Explore the inner workings of a Symphony Orchestra, and learn about all the instruments that talented performers make musical magic with at MSOLearn!
Did Beethoven teach us everything we need to know about music in one symphony? Join presenter Richard Vaudrey and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for a journey of musical discovery.
A useful brain break to encourage teamwork and coordination in a fun setting.
Never before had rhythm been given such a fundamental role in Beethoven’s music – it generates the symphony’s structure, melodic and harmonic gestures and its powerful rhetoric.
Resources suitable for Kinders.
Resources for Primary teachers and students, including MSO concert guides.
Resources for Secondary teachers and students, including MSO concert guides.