WIN 1 of 2 double passes to ‘Mozart in Paris’ – Melbourne


Take a trip to Paris with Mozart!

WIN 1 of 2 double passes to see this famous symphony performed by Orchestra Victoria, and musicians and alumni from the Australian National Academy of Music at the Melbourne Recital Centre.

Schedule a well-earned break from your Thursday morning and enjoy complimentary morning tea before the performance at 11.00am.



Jack Schiller bassoon
Nicholas Evans clarinet
Georgina Roberts oboe
Rachel Shaw horn

Orchestra Victoria


BRITTEN Simple Symphony for String Orchestra, Op.4
MOZART Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat Major for Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn & Orchestra, K.297b
MOZART Symphony No.31 in D, K.297 (Paris)

More information here.

WIN 1 of 3 double passes to ‘Mozart in Paris’

MaVieFrançaise® magazine and the Melbourne French Theatre would like to give two lucky members the chance to WIN a double pass to ‘Mozart in Paris’ at the Melbourne Recital Centre.

To win, all you have to do is:

1. JOIN the Ma Vie Française® community for free and

2. In a COMMENT below this article, tell us which French composer is your favourite, and why.

We will then select the two best answers as our winners at 11.59pm AEST, Sunday 12 May 2013.

Bonne chance !

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Judy MacMahon

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  1. Linda Nathaniel May 7, 2013 at 3:11 PM - Reply

    Ravel is my favourite composer because on an ability to turn music into magic, so that the senses synchronise then soar.
    Linda Nathaniel

  2. Elizabeth George May 9, 2013 at 4:31 PM - Reply

    My favourite French composer is Erik Satie. I particularly enjoy his Gymnopédies;
    gentle atmospheric pieces which surpass any modern ambient music when one wants to relax.

  3. Read-Smith May 11, 2013 at 11:27 PM - Reply

    My favorite composer at the moment is Francis Poulenc. Some of his songs bring up painful memories but I am still compelled to listen…a good deal of his music makes the pain bearable and even something I might actively indulge in when going through my playlist at home alone.

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