Arrive in plenty of time
In most venues, staff will not admit latecomers until a suitable break in the performance. Musica Viva and venue management reserve the right of refusing admission.
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Switch off your mobile phone
before the concert commences. Patrons expecting emergency calls should leave their seat numbers with the House Manager.
Musica Viva concert venues are committed to providing the best possible services for patrons with disabilities. Please let the staff know of your special requirements at the time of booking or when you arrive. For hearing-impaired patrons, most halls provide a hearing induction loop you may access. In order to do this, please switch your hearing aid to the “T” position.
Note the location of the closest exit sign
In the unlikely event of an emergency, please listen carefully to the staff’s instructions. Venue staff are trained in emergency procedures and will assist and direct you should such an occasion arise.
Do not take photographs, video or sound recordings of the performance
Most venues strictly prohibit this, and it may also breach copyright.
Reserve applause until the conclusion of each work
A good rule of thumb is to show your appreciation at the conclusion of a work – then you can clap as long and loudly as you like!
Wait until the performers have taken their final bow before leaving the hall
It’s difficult to squeeze past other seated patrons, and you might just miss an unforgettable encore. Smoking is not permitted in this venue. Musica Viva Australia reserves the right to alter without notice programs, performers, dates, times, venues and/or prices as may become necessary.