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Queensland Sings

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by Heath Hewitt (subscribe)
Writer and fitness enthusiast living in beautiful Redcliffe, Queensland.
Queensland’s big 1-5-0 will be celebrated in harmonious fashion when three Brisbane community choirs and an orchestra combine for Queensland Sings.

Kelvin Grove Wind Orchestra, Celtic Connection Choir, Chordiality and Southern Cross Voices will lend their voices and instruments to entertain a crowd at Brisbane City Hall on the evening of Saturday September 5.

The choirs are all directed by Kym Scott, who was trained at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and teaches at the Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE. She also teaches at Brisbane Girls Grammar School.

The night will open with a fanfare written by Kelvin Grove Wind Orchestra director Dale Hubbard titled “Audax at Fidelis”

Following that, each choir will give an individual performance before combining with Queensland composer Sean O’Boyle with a piece titled “Queensland Portrait,” all made possible thanks to a grant from the Queensland Government Q150 Committee.
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Why? To introduce yourself to some musical culture in the city centre.
When: Saturday September 5, 7.30pm
Where: Brisbane City Hall, Main Auditorium
Cost: $25 adults, $20 concession.
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