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Event Venue

Earl Arts Centre

Event Dates & Times

  • Thu, Mar 12 2020 8:00pm

Running Time

1 hour 15 minutes (no interval)


No filming or photography permitted.



An intimate, adventurous and electrifying chamber music experience.

The Australian Chamber Orchestra makes waves around the world for explosive performances, adventurous cross-artform collaborations, and dynamic programs that embrace celebrated classics alongside new music and commissions.

In 2020, the ACO brings its trailblazing ACO: Underground program to the Earl Arts Centre, where front-woman, violinist and vocalist Satu Vänskä will lead a stellar line-up of musicians including former Violent Femmes bass guitarist Brian Ritchie, former Midnight Oil guitarist Jim Moginie, and ACO Artistic Director Richard Tognetti through a genre-bending mix of the classical and the contemporary.

It’s a new way to experience chamber music.

This show is included in Theatre North’s 2020 Subscription Season. Purchase tickets to two or more shows through the Subscription Season to receive discounts and special offers. MORE DETAILS


Ticket Pricing

  • $35 - Full
  • $30 - Concession
  • $30 - All Subscribers

Concessions available for Pensioners, Seniors, Health Care Card holders and Full Time Students.

Companion Cards accepted. Please advise at time of booking if you require any specific seating requirements (front row only, wheelchair accessibility) or hearing enhancement facilities.

General Admission

No Babes in Arms.

A processing fee of $6 applies to tickets purchased online. This is a per transaction fee, not per ticket fee, which will be applied at the end of your purchase.

A delivery charge of $4 applies if you choose to have your tickets posted to your address.

Creative Team

Creative Team

  • Performer - Satu Vänskä
  • Performer - Brian Ritchie
  • Performer - Jim Moginie
  • Performer - Richard Tognetti
  • Photo by - Prudence Upton
ACO Underground is a splinter group that gathers some of the world’s finest musicians. You feel like you’re a part of a very privileged, slightly clandestine cabal, just being there.
The Daily Review