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As a not-for-profit arts organisation, we rely on the generosity of others to support our many programs. As we commence this exciting new chapter with our new Chief Conductor Jaime Martín, we will continue to focus on the future of our artform and contribute, as we always do, to a culture of artistic excellence within the MSO and broader orchestral music sector.

In addition to delivering all the concerts, learning programs and events you love, we’ll be expanding our suite of emerging artist development programs, enabling the next generation to work alongside today’s great artists and helping us ensure our orchestra, our artform, and our sector continues to flourish for decades to come.

A gift today of any amount will ensure this can happen.

Thank you for your support.

The MSO is a registered charity and gifts of $2 and more are fully tax-deductible.

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MSO. For the Future

At the MSO, we believe in building the future of our artform.

As Australia’s oldest professional orchestra, for over 100 years we’ve supported the next generation of musicians, artists, composers, and conductors. From mentorships and residencies, to structured learning and training pathways, our programs create a multi-disciplinary talent pipeline for the advancement of Australian orchestral music.

In 2022, we’ll be expanding our work in this area. Exciting new initiatives include the launch of our MSO Academy, a new partnership with the Australian National Academy of Music, as well as two new residencies for First Nations composers and instrumentalists.

With so many inspiring new artist development activities, a new Chief Conductor, and an enticing Season of music, there is much for us to celebrate - and achieve – in 2022!

But we can’t do this alone. Please help us continue to build the future of our artform by donating today.

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