Current 8 September 12pm
 

Cancellation of Live Concerts

 
In response to measures aimed at limiting the impact of COVID-19 in Victoria, the remainder of our planned 2020 live performances have been cancelled.
 
Holders of subscription tickets to our season at Melbourne Recital Centre will be contacted by MCO. If you have already given a preference for donation or refund, we will credit your provided bank account or provide a receipt. We expect this process to be complete by the end of September.
 
We thank you for your patience, as we are currently working remotely under Stage IV and with significantly reduced staff capacity.
 
If you hold single tickets to a cancelled concert purchased from Melbourne Recital Centre, you will be contacted by the Centre.
 
If you hold tickets to a touring performance, please wait to be contacted by your presenting venue.
 
We (or our partners) will be in contact with you about your options as soon as we are able. We appreciate your patience while these unusual and unprecedented circumstances are worked through.
 
If you have any queries, please contact us at ua.gr1603201366o.ocm1603201366@ofni1603201366 or call 0438 085 570.
 

Stage IV restrictions and Digital Live Streaming

 
Currently, the Stage IV restrictions in Melbourne do not permit live internet broadcasting of socially distanced concerts, nor the rehearsals required to make them happen. So we will be taking a hiatus from new Melbourne Digital Concert Hall (MDCH) programming until restrictions are eased.
 
Over the last few months of restrictions, Melbourne Chamber Orchestra musicians and our collaborators have performed seven wonderful concerts on MDCH.
 
If you have tickets or a package to either of our two final Winter Season performances on MDCH (Trout Quintet and Archduke), these will be rescheduled. MDCH will be in contact with the new times for these performances, once we have a clearer idea of our schedule.
 
MCO Musicians and our collaborators are currently making an online-only project, ‘Moments Musicaux’, with short musical videos performed from home. Follow the Moments Musicaux Project here.

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