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Join internationally acclaimed educator Paul Rissmann and the ASO as they guide your students through a concert in which they’ll find hidden orchestral gems. In amongst works by well-known composers is the Sinfonia to the opera Talestri by Duchess Maria Antonia of Bavaria, or Maria Antonia Walpurgis as she was known as a composer in the eighteenth century.
Finders Keepers includes the World Premiere of Rissmann’s new composition for the 2020 Festival of Learning, The Lost Thing, inspired by the book of the same name by renowned Australian illustrator and author Shaun Tan.
Suitable Yr 4–7
Cost $12 per student. $9 per student for category 1-3 schools
Curriculum links Music, Literacy, Visual Art
Credits: Text and illustration © Shaun Tan published by Hachette Australia 2000
Teacher Professional Development
Date Tue 31 Mar
Time 4.30pm – 6.30pm
Venue ASO Grainger Studio
Presenter Stephanie Eaton
Cost $50 per teacher
At this workshop you’ll learn the participatory elements of the production in order to teach these in your classroom. Workshop attendance is compulsory for at least one teacher per school. Professional Learning certificates and resource materials will be provided for all attending teachers.
Program to include
- Rossini The Thieving Magpie Overture
- Stravinsky Greeting Prelude
- Walpurgis Sinfonia to Talestri (excerpt)
- Sculthorpe Small Town
- Rissmann The Lost Thing (World Premiere)
- Williams Raiders March from Indiana Jones
- 60 mins Duration* Due to the nature of live music, the duration listed is an estimate only.
- No Interval
- Adelaide Town Hall Location