Da Vinci's Apprentice

Every child can be an inventor!

Take a trip to 16th century Italy and discover how music is all around us in this immersive performance.

Roberta, a talented girl living in 16th century Italy, dreams of becoming an apprentice to the greatest inventor of all, Leonardo da Vinci. Complete with the weird and wonderful music of the time, Da Vinci’s Apprentice immerses students in a wondrous story encouraging them to hear the music in the world around them and make their dreams a reality

ALEX SIEGERS / SUSIE BISHOP ACTRESS, VOCALS
JENNY ERIKSSON VIOLA DA GAMBA
SHAUN NG THEORBO
JACK COLLINSON / MATT MANCHESTER CORNETTO

 

Suitability
Our program is suitable for students up to Year 8.

Links to other learning
Drama, Visual Arts, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, Technologies, English

Key general capabilities
Literacy, ICT competence, critical and creative thinking

"The program covered so many areas of the arts and sciences, and having Leonardo Da Vinci as the focus was extremely engaging."
— Susan Ferreira, Sacred Heart Primary School

Listen

Da Vinci's Apprentice

ALEX SIEGERS / SUSIE BISHOP ACTRESS, VOCALS
JENNY ERIKSSON VIOLA DA GAMBA
SHAUN NG THEORBO
JACK COLLINSON / MATT MANCHESTER CORNETTO

Developing Da Vinci's Apprentice

Event and Ticketing Details

Live In School Tour Dates

Adelaide SA
2024 - Term 2 (May 6 - 10)
Country North SA
2024 - Term 2 (May 13 - 17)
Sydney North & Central Coast NSW
2024 - Term 3 (Tues and Thurs, Aug 6 - Aug 29)
Brisbane, Logan & Gold Coast QLD
2024 - Term 3 (Sep 9 - 11)
Darling Downs QLD
2024 - Term 3 (Sep 2 - 6)
South West QLD
2024 - Term 3 (Sep 2 - 6)

Pricing

Live in-school $9.50 - per student (min. 150 students per concert)

Professional Development

By booking a 2024 program, you have access to a free Professional Development Webinar exploring your chosen ensemble and the teaching and learning resources.

Find out more here.

Resources

Musica Viva Australia In Schools includes online teaching and learning resources that guide you through the program you’ve booked and enhance students’ concert experience.

Teaching resources contain:

  • Interactive activities
  • Multimedia content, compatible with Interactive Whiteboard
  • Music and creative arts curriculum-specific content
  • Cross-curriculum links aligned with state and national curricula

Event notes

Financial Assistance

We provide financial assistance to help schools access our programs - find out more here.

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