Orchestra Victoria returns for the third annual Bendigo Festival, a unique and engaging week-long festival that that brings some of the world’s finest classical music to the City of Greater Bendigo.
From July 17 – 22, the musicians of Orchestra Victoria will present chamber music concerts across the City of Greater Bendigo, and aspiring young musicians from throughout the region will rehearse and perform alongside orchestra members in the On the mOVe! Education Program. The week will culminate in a captivating orchestral concert at Ulumbarra Theatre, Beauty and Tragedy, featuring Variations on a Theme of Joseph Haydn by Johannes Brahms and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6 (Pathétique) conducted by Orchestra Victoria’s Artistic Director, Nicolette Fraillon.
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FULL FESTIVAL SCHEDULE
6 days, over 80 musicians, one captivating week
MONDAY 17 JULY
Brass at the Movies
A unique double feature of music and film
Orchestra Victoria’s brass and percussion sections perform works from famous film scores, followed by a screening of the award-winning comedy Brassed Off.
Star Cinema, Eaglehawk Town Hall, Peg Leg Road, Eaglehawk
BOOKINGS: 03 5446 2025
TUESDAY 18 JULY
Cushion Concert with Orchestra Victoria
Bendigo Bank Theatre
50 View Street, Bendigo
Bendigo Art Gallery
42 View Street, Bendigo
Orchestra Victoria at the Library: Under Southern Stars
259 Hargreaves Street, Bendigo
Jump on board the 5pm tram at Bendigo Tramways Depot and Workshop and hear from the performers about life as a musician en route to the Central Deborah Goldmine, where from 5:15pm, you’ll be treated to half an hour of chamber music delights as the sun sets over Bendigo. At 5:45pm mingle with the musicians you’ve just heard on the journey back to the Bendigo Tramways Depot.
Central Deborah Gold Mine Tramways Stop
THURSDAY 20 JULY