Conductor - Michael Milton
Join the NSO for an afternoon of symphonic classics, special guests, and a dash of Christmas cheer. If you enjoyed our previous "NSO at the Proms" and "Classics Showcase" concerts, this is an event not to be missed!
Full program details to be confirmed.
Tickets are available online until 1.30pm on 12 December 2021. Please have your tickets ready to present at the door, either printed or on your smartphone. All advertised prices are inclusive of a 50c per ticket booking fee, which will be added to your order during check-out, and include a complimentary printed program.
Any remaining tickets will be available at the door from 2pm (cash only). However, due to strict COVID-19 capacity restrictions, we encourage guests to book early online to avoid disappointment.
All seating is general admission. To help manage capacity limits, you will need to select either stalls or dress circle when booking. Note that the dress circle has limited visibility to the front of the orchestra and is only accessible by stairs.
For the comfort of others, we kindly ask that children 12 and under are supervised by an adult at all times and remain quiet while the orchestra is performing.
Refunds (excluding the 50c TryBooking fee) will be available to all ticket holders in the case of postponement/cancellation, or if you are unable to attend the event due to illness.
A number of extra precautions will be put in place for this concert to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our audience members. This includes the implementation of QR code scanning for registering attendance and additional cleaning measures and hand sanitiser stations. We must insist that you do not attend the event if you are experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms.
Subject to approved venue capacity limits, please note that there may not be an empty seat between you and other guests. Under current guidelines, we expect that audience members will be required to wear a face mask while inside the venue. Please bring your own mask if you have one, but if not, disposable masks will be available on the day. While not seated, 1.5 m physical separation is advised wherever possible.
Note that under the current SA Government COVID-19 direction, a patron is not required to wear a mask if they have a relevant medical condition, including problems with their breathing, a serious condition of the face, a disability or a mental health condition, or if they are under the age of 12. Note that evidence of a relevant medical condition must be produced on request.
Norwood Concert Hall
175 The Parade
Norwood, SA 5067
Andrew Heitmann, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0422 903 062