Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra Camerata Cinematheque

15 Sep 2023
Concert Hall, QPAC
1 hour 20 minutes
(no interval, subject to change without notice)
$89 - $99 *
* A transaction fee of $7.20 applies.

Available Discounts

Concession, Youth, Student, Child, Groups

Building on Camerata’s hugely successful 2015 series Things that Go Bump in the Night, this spooky and surreal family–friendly concert features specially commissioned short films by the Oscar–nominated and Brisbane–born filmmaker, Anthony Lucas, with a live orchestra score performed by Camerata.

These specially commissioned bespoke films by Anthony Lucas traverse the impossible to the surreal, with lots of humour and a hint of the fantastic. Accompanied by a soundtrack of the suspenseful and dramatic, from works such as Bernard Hermann’s Psycho and Camille Saint-SaensDanse Macabre, this spooky and mysterious evening will keep you on the edge of your seat.

From gripping moments to laugh–out–loud comedy, Camerata perfectly complements the on-screen elements through music that will spook and delight. This will be a riveting cross-genre performance that is sure to become a Camerata cult classic.

Please join Camerata in the foyer after the show to meet the musicians and have a chat.

Presented by Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra, QPAC and Brisbane Festival


Including Bernard Hermann’s Psycho, Schubert’s The Erlking arranged by Michael Patterson, Saint-SaensDanse Macabre, and more.


Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra
Short films by Anthony Lucas

About Camerata

Camerata is a two-time Helpmann Award nominated chamber orchestra and known for their innovative and adventurous programming, thriving on collaborations with artists across a range of artforms.

Performing without a conductor, Camerata’s Artistic Associates and guest artists take ownership of their music-making to form a refreshing and acclaimed voice that empowers artists, inspires audiences, and enriches communities through music.

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