No need for any fancy title for this concert. Three solid pieces by one of the best known classical composers could be announced simply by his name. What a feast it was for Beethoven lovers.
The BRO just seems to keep getting better. The works in this concert are very demanding in both technical skill and ...
Keeping up a Tradition - Australian Festival of Chamber Music Queens Gardens Concert
Does a concert in Queens Garden's each year for three years constitute a tradition? Let's hope so because we were treated to another high quality, varied and enjoyable concert organised by the AFCM this year at the end of July. The ...
REVIEW - Barrier Reef Orchestra Goes to the Opera
In keeping with the title of the recital there was the sprinkling of bling and suits on show in the foyer and bar at the Civic Theatre prior to the orchestra’s last concert for 2016. The audience numbered almost 500, including a good turnout of children for an evening ...
The early start to this concert saw many true followers of the Barrier Reef Orchestra prepare for a night of musical delights by wining and dining at the theatre. A diverse crowd of parents and player relatives, along with regular and new music lovers, confirmed the Bohemian Classics as one of the BRO’s largest audienc...
Nominations have been received for the AGM on 21st May 2017.
You can view the nominations here. As there are still vacancies, further nominations will be accepted from the floor at the meeting.
NORTH QUEENSLAND ENSEMBLES INC
BARRIER REEF ORCHESTRA
All members are advised that the Annual General Meeting (AGM), of North Queensland Ensembles Inc will take place at Pimlico Performing Arts Centre, Fulham Road, Pimlico on Sunday 21st May 2017, commencing at 2:00pm.
A copy of the agenda ...
A musical feast was somewhat of a fabulous dinner dance with four lively dances of the Slavonic and Hungarian kind included.
The opening Slavonic Dances Numbers 1 and 8 by Anton Dvorak were an indication of the feast to follow. The rhythm and exuberance was conveyed so well we didn’t need to actually see the dancers ...
A very pleasant Sunday afternoon in Queens Gardens was attended by approximately three and half thousand satisfied music lovers. This free concert organised to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the AFCM was also a fitting opportunity for BRO to celebrate its 15th Anniversary with it’s first ever outdoor public performa...
Dance and music go together like a, ahem, horse and carriage or in 2016 a iPhone and thumb! But unlike the old song you certainly can have one without the other and the Barrier Reef Orchestra’s first concert for the year Dreams and Dances definitely proved that. The first half of the program featured dance music in its ...
The World Music Concert was a breath of fresh air to Townsville music lovers who had just about reached classical music saturation following AFCM.
Andrew Ryder poured his expertise and enthusiasm into this opportunity provided through Townsville City Council sponsorship. Andrew developed the concept for the concert; ...