Sydney Mozart Society was formed in 1950 as a not-for-profit enterprise dedicated to the promotion and performance of music by Mozart and by the other great masters of classical music. Each year the Society presents a subscription season of six concerts featuring many of Australia’s finest musicians and ensembles.
Sydney Mozart Society’s concerts
|Date||Time||Suburb||Concert or event name|
|7 Jul||20:00||Chatswood, NSW||Sydney Mozart Society: The Sydney Soloists|
|25 Aug||20:00||Chatswood, NSW||Sydney Mozart Society: Duncan Gifford Susan Collins & Sue Ellen Paulsen|
|6 Oct||20:00||Chatswood, NSW||Sydney Mozart Society: Southern Cross Soloists|
|3 Nov||20:00||Chatswood, NSW||Sydney Mozart Society: Enigma Quartet|
What makes our concerts special?
The music. Mozart and other great composers left us a treasure trove of works that still sound fresh and exciting today. They continue to illuminate our humanity, stimulate our senses and move our emotions.
Our performers. We engage Australia’s top chamber musicians. The performance of great music by virtuoso musicians always brings new interpretations, new insights and new experiences for our audience members.
Our venue. Our concerts are presented in the Concourse Concert Hall, Chatswood. It is a state-of-the-art performance centre, with excellent acoustics and modern facilities. The Concourse is easy to get to, with a parking station and convenient access to trains and buses. There are nearby restaurants, bars and cafés that add to the enjoyment of concert nights, with their opportunities for dinner and socializing.
Our audience members. They are a lively crowd who know and love their music. Many are regular subscribers. There’s always a friendly buzz of interesting conversation in the foyer.
Our affordability. As a volunteer-run enterprise, we are able to keep our running costs down, our main outlays being venue hire and musician’s fees, which we pay at professional rates. By keeping our membership subscription prices and individual ticket prices as low as possible, we make great music accessible to a wide audience.
Our passion for the next generation. We want to keep classical chamber music alive and vibrant by encouraging the next generation of performers and audience members. We provide performance opportunities for young up-and-coming musicians. Children under 13 are admitted free to our concerts. Student tickets for our concerts are ridiculously low-priced.
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