Ticket Information 2012

2012 Subscribers receive priority

2012 Subscribers enjoy discounted ticket prices in all venues and first choice seating in reserved seating venues (City Recital Hall Angel Place in Sydney, Elder Hall in Adelaide and BMW Edge Theatre at Federation Square in Melbourne) when we receive your ticket order form before 15 October, 2011.

Ticketing will be prioritized primarily in order of receipt as follows:

1) Renewing subscriptions without changes
2) Renewing subscriptions with changes
3) New subscribers
4) Single ticket purchases

Patrons will receive tickets in November/December 2011.

City Recital Hall subscribers who subscribe before 15 October 2011 will also receive a complimentary drink voucher from City Recital Hall Angel Place.

Single tickets

Single ticket purchases will be processed in order of receipt for all venues and tickets sent out once subscribers have been seated.

Win the value of your subscription back

Simply get your ticket order form in before 15 October, 2011. One lucky subscriber will enjoy the season on S&F!

Be an S&F Ambassador

Introduce a new subscriber to S&F in 2012 and receive a season of complimentary concert programs. Introduce more than one friend and receive two free tickets to your choice of any concert in the 2012 season (Please ensure your introduced subscriber names you in the allocated space on the ticket order form for this offer to be valid.)

Bring a friend for free!

Be the first 2012 subscriber in your venue and receive a complimentary ticket to the first concert of the 2012 season for a friend!

Introduce a child to music

All children 12 and under will be admitted free when accompanied by an adult.

Order form, phone, online bookings

1) Phone the office on (02) 9969 7039 for personal assistance. City Recital Hall concert patrons can also choose to call the box office on (02) 8256 2222 or visit in person.
2) Fax your ticket order form to (02) 9958 7111
3) Mail the form to S&F – PO Box 18, Northbridge NSW 2063
4) Online – use our popular online ticketing service at www.selbyandfriends.com.au. Follow the Buy Tickets Online link to your city or venue.

City Recital Hall patrons - please visit the dedicated 'Selby & Friends' concerts link found on the left side of the website at www.cityrecitalhall.com. Follow the links for either subscriptions or single tickets.

Exchanges and lost ticket replacement

Can’t make one of the concert dates? One exchange is free in any venue but must be made at least 7 days in advance. Ticket exchanges for City Recital Hall may incur additional charges.

Lost your tickets? Call the S&F office on (02) 9969 7039 at least two full business days in advance for a “missing ticket voucher” to collect from the box office. Lost season tickets will incur a fee of $5 to send replacements.

Selby & Friends regrets there are no refunds after purchase.

S&F Audience Commission Award!

Our initiative, begun in 2011, is to raise enough funds to commission a new ensemble work by an Australian composer for a future S&F season. To date we have raised just over $1,000 which is well on the way to the creation of a new work. If you wish to become involved in this wonderful development process, simply add an amount to your total in the space provided on the booking form and S&F guarantees to put all of this money towards the composer’s fee. All supporters will have the option to be publicly acknowledged.

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