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- 60 mins Duration* Due to the nature of live music, the duration listed is an estimate only.
- No Interval
- Adelaide Town Hall Location
Let internationally acclaimed composer and music educationalist, Paul Rissmann, take your secondary students on a journey of discovery through a time-honored favorite in Vivaldi’s Summer, to Sydney-based female composer Elena Kats-Chernin’s Big Rhap, composed in 2017, to the opening movement of Schubert’s 10th Symphony.
The final destination on the itinerary is Paul Rissmann’s music to Australian author and illustrator Shaun Tan’s book The Lost Thing. Recognised as so much more than a picture book for young readers, Secondary students can study Tan’s references to iconic Australian works of art in his illustrations and form their own opinions on what the moral of this story is, which asks more questions than it answers.
Suitable Yr 8–12
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
As a condition of entry all persons aged 12 and over will need to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a valid medical exemption to gain entry to this event.
- Patrons will need to show their COVID-19 digital certificate on their smart device (as part of the QR Code check in process) OR provide photo identification with a printed immunisation certificate.
- Those with an official medical exemption will need to show their certificate of exemption
- For the safety of our patrons and players, please do not attend a concert if you feel unwell or have cold or flu-like symptoms.
Program to include
- Vivaldi The Four Seasons – Summer: 3rd Mvt
- Elena Kats-Chernin Big Rhap
- Schubert reconstr. Newbould Symphony No.10, 1st Mvt
- Rissmann The Lost Thing (World Premiere)