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Queensland Medical Orchestra & Choir is a not-for-profit charitable organisation that increasingly depends on the inspiring generosity of its supporters to improve its standard as a performing orchestra, and continue its contribution to local charities. It nurtures the creative potential and musical talents within the medical community and its related allied health associates. We rely completely on sponsorships and personal donations from generous individuals.
 
It is an exciting time to be a part of our musical journey and we invite you to support us by become an annual sponsor or donate funds via our philanthropy program. Our supporters are much valued and form a special community, with exclusive benefits, receive regular updates on our events and activities, as well as the exclusive opportunities to personally interact with our musicians. As all our performers and administrators are volunteers, the generosity of our supporters enable the Queensland Medical Orchestra and Choir to maximise the percentage of all ticket sales towards our charities.

To find out more about our sponsors, please visit our Sponsorship page.

To find out more about our Philanthropy program and how you can help us to continue our concerts, please click here to find out more. All donations over $2 are tax deductible.

Or alternatively, contact us via email events@qmo.org.au

 

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

SCREEN & STAGE SPECTACULAR

Join us for an afternoon of music from Blockbuster Movies and Broadway Shows. The program includes themes from Star Wars, Mission Impossible, Lord of the Rings, to stage musical excerpts from Wicked, Chicago, and Westside Story, just to name a few. Proceeds from this concert will go to both Ashintosh Foundation and CHIRF. CHIRF is a Health Promotion Charity to support medical and allied services for the Mallacoota community which kept running even when it was isolated during the bushfires. Proceeds from this concert will replenish their clinics, and increase the much-needed services in the coming months of rebuilding.