Symphony to take audiences on musical journey around the world

Symphony to take audiences on musical journey around the world

Music lovers will be treated to a journey around the world without paying for expensive flights at an upcoming performance by the Moreton Bay Symphony Orchestra.

The orchestra will feature an array of scores from across the globe at their new show, Festivals Around the World, at the Redcliffe Entertainment Centre on Saturday, March 5.

Moreton Bay Symphony Orchestra President Eve Brown said the show would be a treat for music lovers of all ages.

“We like to do different themes for all of our concerts, so that way there is a wide range of music that will suit everybody,” she said.

“With this show, we tell people they don’t need to leave the peninsula or the country to enjoy an afternoon of music inspired by the world’s greatest festivals.

“We started rehearsing at the end of January and will be playing music we haven’t played before.

“We encourage everyone to come down and hear some unique music, as well as celebrating our musicians.”

The orchestra has about 100 members, ranging from young adults to children, and rehearse at Clontarf Beach State High School.

What to expect: 

The Youth Symphony, Junior Strings, Moreton Bay Symphony Orchestra (adults) and the Combined Orchestra will be performing in the two-hour showcase.

Highlights include music from the Mexican holiday Day of the Dead, the Russian Golden Mask Festival and the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

The performance will be held from 2-4pm.

Tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for students.

Visit redcliffeentertainmentcentre.com.au to book.

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