Mimi’s Symphony

A little magpie is blown from her nest. She lands on the edge of a suburban oval. All she can remember is something she heard, something big and beautiful…

Mimi’s Symphony is a new orchestral story for Australian children.

Join writer and narrator Justine Clarke and composer and conductor George Ellis as they take you on a journey with Mimi the magpie. She’ll encounter different animal gangs, learn how to survive in the suburbs and ultimately bring everyone in the park together. Through this engaging and lively story, kids will meet the sections of the orchestra as they come together in

2-12 Angel Place, Sydney, NSW, 2000
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