We have a big year coming up for QMO in 2019.
2018 was a fantastic success for us with over $40,000 raised for charities, including Mummy's Wish, Cure for Brain Cancer Foundation, Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics and Starlight Foundation. We would not have done it without hte support of our sponsors, QMO Friends and all of our audience.
2019 will be no different. In store for you is our first concert, Bach to Brunhilde, on Sunday 7th April. Our orchestra and choir will be presenting a spectacular afternoon of Germanic music throughout the centuries. To find out more, visit our 'Upcoming Events' page. Tickets are already available for purchase via TRYBOOING HERE. Buy your tickets today to avoid disappointment as this is going to be a fantastic concert.
There are less than 200 tickets left for our Christmas event Carols & Cures.This concert will be filled with festive Christmas music and require audience participation for some carol singing. Funds raised from this concert will be going to Cure Brain Cancer Foundation and the Ashintosh Foundation. This is our most popular event of the years, so purchase your tickets today to avoid disappointment.
Don't miss out on our Spring Soiree this year.
This is our annual chamber music event featuring both hidden and well-known talents within the Queensland Medical Orchestra and Choir. This year, we have an exciting program in store for you, including Mendelssohn's Piano Trio in D minor, the famous Trout Quintet by Franz Schubert, a flute duet performing excerpts from some of Mozart's most well-known operas, as well as the lyrical Flower Duet from Lakmé by Delibe, plus much more. The intimate musical afternoon will feature star performers including: Dr Michael Lam and Dr Julia Finch on cello, Professor Leonie Callaway, Dr Ryan Wiliams, Dr Jee Young and Professor Emma Duncan on piano, Dr Lily Vrtik & Dr Zhenya Welcyzko on flute, our concertmaster Dr Eleanor Robinson on violin, Dr Geoffrey Wu on clarinet, Dr Carl Bryant on Bassoon and Dr Cara Odenthal, our magical soprano, just to mention a few.
The concert will be held in the Ian Hanger Recital Hall, in the Griffith University Conservatorium on South Bank. Starting at 2pm on Sunday 28th October. This will be an afternoon filled with an amazing variety of chamber music, with a great line-up of performers. All proceeds from this concert will go to FAST (Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics), supporting families and children affected by this genetic disorder.
Don't forget this is a small event, so tickets are limited. Purchase yours today to avoid disappointment.
QMO's Virtuosis concert is the highlight of our musical calendar, featuring our most diverse, virtuosic and challenging musical and choral works. This year is going to be no exception. We are especially excited to give you a sneaky peak of what is on the program:
And much more!
This is going to be an incredible opportunity to enjoy some of the most beautiful and well-known pieces of music. Virtuosis 2018 will be an amazing event. Get your tickets NOW to avoid disappointment!
Our first concert of the year 'A Space Odyssey' is coming up this Sunday 15th April, starting 2pm at St Peter's Lutheran College Performing Arts Centre. Don't miss out on this epic concert with one of the most exciting programs to date. We will be performing music from 'E.T.', 'Dr Who', 'Star Wars', 'Star Trek' and of course, 'Space Odyssey'. For the traditionalists, there will also be plenty of classical music with galactic theme such as Holst's 'The Planets', Rimsky-Korsakov's 'Games and Dances of the Stars' and much more. It is not too late to pre-purchase your tickets and pick your seats online HERE. Tickets will also be available at the door on the day, the box office will be open at 1.15pm - arrive early to secure your preferred seat. We are very proud to announce that proceeds rom this concert will be going to the Starlight Foundation, a charity led by Captain Starlight, dedicated to making sick children smile. Come and support QMO and our charity this Sunday.
Tickets: $35 General Admission | $30 Concession | $25 Children | $300 Groups of 10 (only available online)