2016 House Programs David Bowie: Nothing Has Changed - Page 12

MELBOURNE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MELBOURNE FESTIVAL The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO) was established in 1906 and is Australia’s oldest orchestra. It currently performs live to more than 250,000 people annually, in concerts ranging from subscription performances at its home, Hamer Hall at Arts Centre Melbourne, to its annual free concerts at Melbourne’s largest outdoor venue, the Sidney Myer Music Bowl. The Orchestra also delivers innovative and engaging programs to audiences of all ages through its Education and Outreach initiatives. mso.com.au Managing Director Sophie Galaise Chief Conductor Sir Andrew Davis Facebook MelbourneSymphony Twitter @melbsymphony Instagram @melbournesymphonyorchestra Provoking and inspiring, Melbourne Festival seeks to connect art forms, people and ideas. At the heart of Melbourne’s culture of creativity, we curate unique experiences that bring people together and break new ground in culture and the arts. Melbourne Festival is one of Australia’s leading international arts festivals and has an outstanding reputation for presenting unique international and Australian events in the fields of dance, theatre, music, visual arts, multimedia, free and outdoor events. Artistic Director Jonathan Holloway Executive Director Kath M Mainland CBE 06—23 OCTOBER 2016 www.festival.melbourne melbournefestival Facebook Twitter @melbfestival Instagram @melbfestival #melbfest The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra is supported by Lighting Design Ross Graham SYDNEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Head of Commercial Programming Mark Sutcliffe Head of Production Laura Daniel David Bowie: Nothing Has Changed premiered at the Sydney Opera House on Thursday 19 May 2016 with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. IMAGES | Robert Catto