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Music Play 2020

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by Olga Junek (subscribe)
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Come Sing and Play

Hurry, hurry, tickets are already selling out for some of the sessions for this musical festival aimed at kids and families. The Music Play Festival takes place between Thursday 16 — Saturday 18 January,2020 and is a great way to discover music, play an instrument and make some noise with big and mini-concerts, workshops and lots of free fun in the foyer.

There will be music of all genres - from classical to rapping and will ensure a fun time for all ages. Among the classical sessions why not join the Beethoven Big Sing? All you need to bring is your big voice along for a fun-filled morning of vocal games, songs and the music of the great German composer Ludwig van Beethoven. Or at the other end of the musical spectrum, there is therapping workshop with Deffron for all those would-be rappers out there.

For some silly fun Mr. Snotbottom will have you laughing with his stinky, silly songs. A fun way to learn about the orchestra will be with Mimi the Magpie, and the much-loved Justine Clarke as she guides you through Mimi's Sympony.

Check out all the sessions here and even though some don't require tickets, make sure you get your tickets for the ticketed sessions early. Song Play for the very little ones (0-4) has only tickets for 2 sessions available.

If you purchase 2 or more eligible Music Play events on the same day you save 25% on your transaction. This offer is valid for Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, Primrose Potter Salon and Workshops only. Discount is automatically applied at checkout.

Babes in Arms
The Centre's Babes in Arms policy applies to all Music Play events, except for Song Play.

Babies under the age of two may attend free of charge and be admitted without a ticket, on the condition that they do not occupy a seat and sit on the lap of a parent or guardian.

Music Play is supported by The Betty Amsden Kids & Families Program and Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre
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Why? For the love of music, play and fun
When: Check sessions on website for starting times
Where: Melbourne Recital Centre, Southbank, Melbourne
Cost: Some free, others start at $10
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