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Today's Spring Soiree Concert

Posted on 30 October 2016

What an exciting day! This afternoon we will be holding our inaugural Chamber Music event, Spring Soiree. This promises to be an amazing concert packed with talents within the QMO. Repertoire include Beethoven's piano trio, Holst's wind quintet, and works by Ravel, Arnold, to just name a few. The star line-up includes JY Kim, Debbie Lee, and Professor Emma Duncan, the very medico-musicians who took our breath away with their Virtuosis performance this year. This is an event QMO has wanted to create for a long time, and it is great to be able to launch our first chamber concert this afternoon.

All proceeds from this concert will go to FAST (Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics). This concert is exclusively sponsored by Mater Pathology, who provides genetic testing for Angelman Syndrome. Without them, we would not have been able to contribute to our charities. Come and support our musicians and FAST.

Tickets will be on sale at the door, at $20 for general admission ($15 concession), it is fantastic value for the calibre of performance you will enjoy. The concert starts at 3pm, so come early to get a good seat.  A selection of handmade treats will be provided during intermission for afternoon tea. It will be held in the intimate setting of the Brisbane Grammar School Main Hall (click here for the map). See you there!

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Virtuosis 2019

This year's Virtuosis will again feature some of our best soloists in the orchestra in various concertos. This is a challenging classical repertoire that is sure to impress, and will feature soloists from each section of the orchestra, showcasing some of our most talented members. The concert is on Sunday 30th June, starting at 2pm. Please note our new concert venue: Edmund Rice Performing Arts Centre in St Laurence's College, South Brisbane. Come and enjoy brilliant Virtuosos and mesmerising performances.