Published: 23 March 2015 by: Alanah Boxall

Maxime Bibeau

For the first time ever the Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) will perform at a series of intimate concerts led by the renowned Richard Tognetti at Ayers Rock Resort on October 30 and 31. 

The ACO's performances are awe inspiring, with their energy and individuality they've performed world-wide and won numerous awards in the past 40 years. With special guests featuring ARIA winner William Barton playing the didgeridoo and ARIA winner Steve Pigram lending his soulful voice and rhythmic guitar to harmonise with the ACO, it will be an unforgettable weekend that you will not want to miss in the heart and soul of Australia. 

Artistic Director Richard Tognetti said, “I always dreamed that I would be able to bring the meditative aspect of post-modernism, that is Arvo Pärt and Peter Sculthorpe, into the dreamiest landscape on the planet - the red centre of our glorious land.”

This incredible sequence of performances, will be accompanied by three exclusive diving events that will be equally sensational. A poolside welcome dinner on Friday night, a Long lunch featuring tastes of the Outback BBQ selection and a celebratory Gala dinner on the Saturday night following the final concert in the presence of Orchestra members.

The intimate Uluru Meeting Place is limited to a maximum of 380 guests, and concert packages are available with seating at all three events, starting from $395 per person. You can also stay the weekend with Ayers Rock Resort which are also offering special packages. Get in quick, you don't want to miss this exquisite event.

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