Pension and senior card holders.
Join Canterbury College as they proudly celebrate their 35th Anniversary with an evening of wonderful performances, from their extremely talented past and present student and staff musicians and singers, at their special QPAC Birthday Concert.
Canterbury began teaching on Monday 2 February 1987 with 8 staff and 73 students across Years 6, 7 and 8. 35 years on, Canterbury’s 238 staff service over 1,500 students across Kindergarten to Year 12, with 3,351 alumni behind them and counting.
So share this milestone event with them, as they look back over three decades of growth and evolution, while looking forward to the exciting journey ahead...
QPAC Chamber Choir showcase concert ABBA Evolution explores how the music of the Swedish supergroup has evolved over the years.
Five unique Australian voices will come together to express just how much Joni Mitchell means to them.
Join us in welcoming home Brisbane's own internationally acclaimed violinist, Ray Chen.
The Anglican Schools Music Festival brings together top student musicians from fourteen Anglican Schools in South East Qld to perform.
Queensland Symphony Orchestra's Orchestral Adventures are coming to QPAC.
Eireborne returns with their highly fueled 100% live rock-show production which celebrates the rebirth of Irish dance.
Richard Tognetti directs the Australian Chamber Orchestra live on stage alongside striking imagery and footage captured from across the globe.
The youngest juror of the International Chopin piano competition Yundi Li is coming to Brisbane this August.