Tours at the Conservatorium of Music

Category Educational
Subject Tours at the Conservatorium of Music
Speaker Elise Hudson
Email elise@mymusicdetour.com
Telephone 0421 651 215
Position
Website www.mymusicdetour.com
Excluded areas 0
Rotarian No
Club 0
Comments MUSIC & HERITAGE TOUR Run Weekly – February to November 2015CONTENT Take a guided tour of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music to learn an unknown history of Sydney. Follow an exciting itinerary with 12 different locations to retrace 200 years of Australian history. From aboriginal land to an international music school, the Conservatorium of Music offers a great insight into the culture of Music in Sydney prior to the Opera House. Gain access to areas previously off limits to the public and uncover the remnants from the earliest colonial settlement such as the sandstone cistern and early drains laid by convicts. View the original features of the Government stables including the arches and turrets. Explore a maze underneath the Botanic Gardens with teaching studios, practice rooms, performance halls and the largest music library in the southern hemisphere.

DATES AND TIMES WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY – 10:30am and 2pm Free Lunchtime Concerts are available at 12:30pm SATURDAY – 10am and 1pm. Free Rising Stars Concerts are available at 11am and 2pm

COST – Adult: $25 – Concession $18* – Child: $15^ * Concessions are available to holders of an Australian Seniors Card, Australian pensioners, and full-time students over the age of 16. ^ Child 5 to 15 years of age. Free for children under 5.

GROUP SIZE The maximum group size is 40 people (for larger groups please enquire)For more information please head to www.mymusicdetour.com

About Rotary District 9685

Rotary District 9685 is one of two districts in Sydney, Australia. It's boundaries stretch from the Mountains to the Sea north of Sydney Harbour, reaching across the Hawkesbury River and north to Toukley on the Central Coast. The Blue Mountains define its western boundary, beautiful beaches define its eastern border, and rural communities make up its western and northern borders.
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