Bribie Island Orchestra – Upcoming Spring Concert on October 14th

By Neil Wilson - Sub Editor for the Bribie Islander


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Heather White of the Bribie Island Orchestra has just announced that the upcoming Spring Concert on October 14th will feature a performance by classical guitarist Liam Doyle who will be playing the works of Heitor Villa-Lobos. Those who are aware of the Bribie Island Orchestra concerts already know just how enjoyable these events are so when a musician such as Doyle is added to the program, what already promises to be a “must attend” for music lovers now becomes an “if you miss it you’ll be sorry”.

Heather has told me that the evening will also feature a special performance from the wind section. The concert will be held in the Bribie Island Retirement Village Hall on Foley Street and commences at 6.30 pm. These shows are always very well attended so bookings are essential. Call Heather on 5497 5818 to secure tickets.

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