Presented by Brisbane Symphony Orchestra
Join the Brisbane Symphony Orchestra for a trip down memory lane as we bring back a youthful program to remind the audience and orchestra of childhood, while creating new memories for the younger members of the audience.
To kick off 2024 the orchestra will be joined by conductor Stefanie Smith to present this short program of music.
You will enjoy “Paddington Bear’s First Concert”, narrated by Ed LeBrocq, which follows the story of Paddington’s arrival in London, and 10 year old Martin Sun, winner of the 2023 Queensland Piano Competition, performing the first movement of Kabalevsky’s “Concerto no.3”.
Strauss | Die Fledermaus Overture
Grainger | Country Gardens
Kabalevsky | Piano Concerto No.3 – Mvt.1
Chappell | Paddington Bear’s First Concert
Prokofiev | The Prince
Copland | Hoedown from Rodeo
About Brisbane Symphony Orchestra
Brisbane Symphony Orchestra (formerly Brisbane Sinfonia) was formed in 1990 in response to the need for a community orchestra of professional performance standard. Members of the orchestra are drawn from all walks of life, including medical specialists, lawyers, teachers and professional musicians engaged in music education.
In 2024 the orchestra celebrates family, friends and the world around us; focusing on music which connects our members, artists and audiences through performance.
*Family Ticket $95
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Concession tickets available to full pensioners, Queensland Government Seniors Card holders, MEAA members, and the unemployed (healthcare card holders). Please note that the national Seniors Card is not applicable.
Student tickets available to full time students with a valid student ID.
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