Music your mum will love

Create musical memories with your mum this Mother's Day

Life is about experiences and memories you make together. Feeling the powerful sound of 75 musicians all around you is special every time you do. Even more so, when you are there to share it with someone you love.

So why not give tickets to the symphony this Mother's Day?

If your mum loves drama


Take her to Fateful Tchaikovsky on Fri 16 & 17 June at Adelaide Town Hall
There will be extremely virtuosic cello playing in Shostakovich's First Cello Concerto, followed by Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony, which encompasses every human emotion, from despair to a torrent of enthusiasm in the exciting finale.

If your mum loves beauty and romance


Take her to A Night in Vienna on Fri 21 & Sat 22 July in Festival Theatre

It's a magical night! Sit back in your seat and take your mum to beautiful Vienna, where the melodies of the imperial era resound…and the absolute essence of Viennese classical music will fill your hearts.

If your mum loves a night at the movies


Take her to Movie Masterpieces: The Sequel on Fri 4 & Sat 5 August at Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre

It's a trip down cinematic memory lane with popular conductor Guy Noble and host Margaret Pomeranz! Your mum and you will be swept away by some of the most beautiful and thrilling movie scores performed live by the orchestra.

If your mum loves the great outdoors


Take her to Taking Flight on Sat 21 Oct at ASO Grainger Studio

This is a fun, informal concert with the orchestra and recorder specialist Genevieve Lacey, who creates a listening experience that collapses time and expands our sense of space. Inspired by the song of the Pied Butcherbirds of Central Australian deserts to the Whooper Swans of the Arctic Circle.

If your mum loves literature


Take her to Romeo & Juliet on Thu 7 & Fri 8 Sep at Adelaide Town Hall

In our collaboration with State Theatre Company of South Australia, take your mum to Verona, to hear and see the tale of the star-cross'd lovers. Taking you there? Music by Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky and Nino Rota, plus a cast of leading Australian actors.