Where medicine meets music.
Welcome to the official website of the Adelaide University Medical Orchestra.
Here you can find out what AUMO is all about, get the latest info on upcoming concerts, find out how to hire us for events and discover how you can get involved!
AUMO Prescribes Jazz 2019
This August 17th, AUMO is bringing you a wonderful night full of jazz hits, soulful tunes, and songs you can boogie to. Our annual “AUMO Prescribes Jazz” concert will be held this year at Rhino Room on Pirie Street. Pop on in and enjoy a wonderful night full of great music, dancing and wine, with proceeds going to support The University of Adelaide’s Mobile Language Team.
The Mobile Language Team provides resources and support for Aboriginal languages across South Australia. Working with some 44 languages across the region, the Mobile Language Team has lead the way in community driven language revitalisation, education and maintenance.
Location: Rhino Room 1/131 Pirie St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
Thank you to our sponsors MIPS, Size Music, GPEx and the Adelaide University Union!
AUMO: The Next Beat
3, 2, 1 AUMO!!
You’ve been waiting for this haven’t you? And we’ve been waiting for this too, the best event on the calendar, and you’re invited!It’s AUMO’s annual Town Hall concert and this years theme is ‘THE NEXT BEAT.’
That means ground breaking music, singing and dancing to tickle your tympanic membranes, to get your lacrimal glands lacrimating and to send shivers down your spinous processes.
$5500 was donated to the Women’s and Children’s Hospital Foundation to support their growing musical play therapy program. It’s a cause we are immensely proud to have supported.
Thank you also to our sponsors MIPS, Size Music and GPEx for making this event happen. Also thank you to the Adelaide University Union for providing funding and support
When: May 5th 2019, doors open at 6pm with the concert starting at 7pm
Where: Adelaide Town Hall (128 King William Street, Adelaide SA 5000)
2018 AUMO Highlights:
AUMO Prescribes Jazz (APJ)
APJ was back at Fowler's Live again in 2018 with the AUMO Big Band joined by student bands, Gooseberry Jam and Moon Soda.
We raised funds for Headspace Whyalla, looking after young people's mental health, and Titjikala Music Project, supporting Indigenous women and children to come together through music.
Thank you to our sponsors MIPS, Size Music and the Adelaide University Union! Special thanks also to Paracombe wines, Olympic Party Hire and Fowler's Live
Date and Time: 18th of August from 7:30pm
Ten Years of AUMO
Adelaide University Medical Orchestra presents its 10th annual concert at the Adelaide Town Hall. With its entirely student-run orchestra, big band, vocal and dance groups, the evening promises something for everyone! This year we are proud to support the Titjikala Project in Alice Springs, with all proceeds going towards the Indigenous community's Women’s Choir and children’s Saxophone Ensemble.
Location: Adelaide Town Hall, 128 King William Street
Date & Time: 6th of May, 7pm (doors open at 6pm)
For more information check out the Facebook event
The Adelaide University Medical Orchestra is the world’s first single faculty medical student musical organisation. Our four core ensembles include more than 100 musicians, dancers and artists, representing every year level of the medical degree.
From our annual showcase concert to our jazz gigs and small group performances, AUMO caters to any musical taste.
Whether you love classical music, big band hits or hip-hop grooves, we have something for you!
Meet the Team
AUMO is a collaborative effort by all its members. Coordinating this is AUMO Team, a leadership group involving more than 20 members – feel free to contact any of us if you would like to find out more about AUMO.
Continuing to share our love of music and the arts with medical students in the context of our charitable ventures is greatly assisted by ongoing corporate financial support.
To find out more about our sponsors or how you can sponsor AUMO, please click below.
The AUMO Foundation
AUMO is proud to be a not-for-profit organisation and the proceeds of all our concerts as well as many non-monetary musical contributions go towards Australian charities. If you represent or know of an important cause, we would love to hear from you to discuss how we might be able to support you.