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MSO AND MRC COME TOGETHER FOR SPECTACULAR

15 Apr 2013

MSO AND MRC COME TOGETHER FOR SPECTACULAR Image

Two of Southbank major institutions joined forces last month, when the Melbounre Symphony Orchestra (MSO) and the Melbourne Recital Centre (MRC) came together to create Metropolis.

When Southbank Local News went to print the festival was half way through, but there are still plenty of performances to look forward to.

The festival has already included stunning shows such as Posh Playground, Matthew Herbert: One Room: Made of Music and Ades life story.

That should have sufficiently whet the appetite for City Jungle, Mira Calix: Fables and other works and Shadows.

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