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In 2021 we hosted our first ever Musical Theatre Gala featuring four stellar singers, and the audience feedback consisted of two main sentiments: ‘Can you do this again next year?’ and ‘Can you make the concert longer?’ Well we have heard your requests, and our 2022 concert is guaranteed to be bigger than ever – more great musical stars singing more of the hit songs you love.
Even if you know every beat of the cast recordings from back to front, your spine will tingle at the sound of great musical theatre voices with the big, spectacular sound of Queensland Symphony Orchestra. Last year’s concert was so amazing, we all agreed ‘you just had to be there’. We know you’re going to feel the same about this one.
Conductor Guy Noble
Soloist Amy Lehpamer
Soloist Alexander Lewis
Soloist Emerging young artists from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University
Rodgers & Hammerstein The Sound of Music
Lloyd Webber Jesus Christ Superstar
Schönberg Les Misérables
Lloyd Webber The Phantom of the Opera
Schwartz Wicked and more...
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.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason shot to global fame after his mesmerising performance at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in 2018.
This is your opportunity to experience the Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra as they demonstrate why Tchaikovsky was one of the Romantic era's finest composers.
Celebrate 75 years of history and the future Queensland Symphony Orchestra, featuring guest artists and interviews with musicians at QPAC!
With the engaging conducting of Guy Noble, this is going to be a non-stop romp through the music that has thrilled audiences for decades.
Fanfare is the biennial state-wide festival of bands and orchestras from Queensland state schools.
Mezzo-soprano Deborah Humble will join the young musicians of Queensland Youth Symphony for this epic orchestral journey.