Sydney Symphony Orchestra: The Composer Is Dead (6yrs+)

  • Sun May 22 2016
  • Family
  • $0.00

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Music and a murder mystery, this is one unique way of enjoying sound! Join the Sydney Symphony Orchestra to find out who in the whole orchestra of suspects killed the composer with Inspector Frank Woodley.

Put down the Sherlock Holmes, turn off Peter and the Wolf because best-selling author Lemony Snicket and composer Nathaniel Stookey have created a fun introduction to orchestra for kids. Inspector Frank Woodley will cast a quizzical eye over the Strings, and those suspicious-looking gents in the Brass. He’ll probe the Percussionists, and as for the Woodwinds’ alibi…

The Composer is Dead is a brilliant musical ‘whodunit’ that’s sure to keep young music fans enthralled and is part of Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s special concert subscription package. It goes over three Sunday 2pm performances in March, May and October 2016. The first performance is by James Morrison, followed by The Composer is Dead and The Pied Piper of Hamelin.

Recommended Age: 6+
Dates: 22 May 2016
Venue: Sydney Opera House, Concert Hall
Cost: $39 single ticket or 3 concert packages are just $87
Duration: approx. 1 hour

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