Orchestra Victoria responded with beauty, brilliance and tireless playingThe Sydney Morning Herald
Acting on advice from the Australian Government and in an attempt to contain the COVID-19 virus, Arts Centre Melbourne has temporarily closed. The Australian Ballet has cancelled its season of Volt, and the company is offering refunds to ticket-holders. Opera Australia has cancelled its Melbourne season, and is also offering refunds: read updates from the Opera here.
Our Five at 5 #2: Life After 50 – On the Road Again, scheduled for 5pm on Saturday 4 April, has been postponed indefinitely. All tickets for this performance will be refunded automatically, including booking fees. You do not need to contact us to receive your refund. Season package holders will receive a full refund for the value of the ticket for this performance, exclusive of $4 that was donated to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal from each package ticket.
All tickets for this performance will be refunded automatically, including booking fees. You do not need to contact us to receive your refund. Season package holders will receive a full refund for the value of the ticket for this performance, exclusive of $4 that was donated to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal from each package ticket. If you would like to support us by donating the value of your ticket, you can do so here.
We would like to thank all our audience and company members for their understanding and support. We will be in touch with you directly with any updates, including rescheduling or remote access initiatives, and we hope to be back and playing for you soon.
Now in its fifth decade, Orchestra Victoria is one of Australia’s two specialist pit orchestras. It is proud to be the performance partner of The Australian Ballet, Opera Australia and Victorian Opera. In addition to its core pit activities, Orchestra Victoria presents concerts and education workshops in regional and outer metropolitan centres across Victoria. Delivering more than 200 performances each year, Orchestra Victoria is committed to creating opportunities for all Victorians to experience orchestral music.
After 44 years of performances together, in 2014 Orchestra Victoria became a wholly owned subsidiary of The Australian Ballet, cementing the future of the orchestra as one of Australia’s most dynamic Major Performing Arts companies. Orchestra Victoria is grateful for the support of its government, philanthropic and corporate partners.
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