Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra joins symphonic video streaming platform “Symphony.live”

Amsterdam, March 21, 2024 - Symphony.live is proud to announce a long-term partnership with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra (TSO). The orchestra joins Symphony.live's mission to unite the world's orchestras and be the platform where fans, orchestras, conductors, and musicians connect. They join many other top international orchestras on the streaming video platform Symphony.live, amongst others Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, The Cleveland Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, and Budapest Festival Orchestra.

Watch their introduction video ⇓

Joining Symphony.live is a momentous occasion for the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. We are so excited to bring global audiences to our island at the southern reaches of the world - and to provide a glimpse into the music making that happens here. From the landmarks of the canon, to music emanating from the most inspiring Australian creators – we can’t wait to share the stories and to demonstrate what it means to be an orchestra connected to this place and our people.  We are thankful for this partnership and shared entrepreneurial vision for our artform.

Caroline Sharpen

Caroline Sharpen

CEO of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

More information

For more information about the concert and to access Symphony.live, you can visit the Symphony.live website or contact jeroen@symphonymedia.live.

About Symphony.live

At Symphony.live, we unite the world’s orchestras. Our dynamic and state-of-the-art technology platform will be the premier destination for symphonic music. By joining forces we aim to reshape the symphonic music experience, making it more accessible and engaging for everyone. We seek to inspire, delight, and connect our users, creating a community of music lovers from all walks of life. As the new home of symphonic music, we support orchestras in reaching new audiences worldwide while creating fresh revenue streams.