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Expired Event - Children's Concer - Musical Opposites - 17 Jun 2018

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Children's Concer - Musical Opposites

When:
Sun 17 Jun 2018
Time:
11am
Details:
Come on an adventure with Penrith Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of dynamic maestro George Ellis, in Musical Opposites!

Take a journey of exploration, discovering the ins and outs and ups and downs of the orchestra. Join the musicians, in this fun and inspiring introduction to classical music for children and the whole family.

“How is music put together? What do the instruments sound like? How do they play together?”

In a concert for the young and young-at-heart, guided by George, (a.k.a “Big G”) the audience will have the opportunity to meet the musicians and see the instruments up-close! If you’ve ever wanted to conduct an orchestra, play the percussion or sing along, now is your chance!

George Ellis conductor and presenter

A selection of works introducing the orchestra, including excerpts from:

MOZART Marriage of Figaro Overture
BRAHMS Hungarian Dance
BIZET Habanera
DVOŘÁK Symphony No. 8
COPLAND “Hoe Down” from Rodeo

TICKETS

Adult $33
Child (under 16) $24
Infant (under 2) Free
Family (2 + 2) $88

Tickets at the website link.
Location:
Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre
597 High Street, Penrith
Contact:
Box Office on
  (02) 4723 7600

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