It goes without saying that when an event is held to mark something rather special, the organisers normally bend over backwards to ensure that it is the best possible for those who attend. With this in mind, I feel absolutely certain that to celebrate their twenty-fifth anniversary, the Bribie Island orchestra will be playing what they know to be the most popular music in their repertoire ay their Winter Concert at the Bribie Island Retirement Village Hall in Foley Street on July 29.
During a recent interview with orchestra director Martin White, he mentioned that the orchestra will be playing many of their previously performed pieces and this will include Handel’s “March for Scipio” which was enjoyed by concertgoers at their very first show twenty-five years ago at the same venue. I am told that the guest artists for the evening concert will be the Amber Trio who are always well received wherever they appear.
The twenty-fifth-anniversary concert will commence at 6.30 pm on July 29 and, as is always the case, a full house is anticipated so anyone who would like to attend should make a call to Heather White on 5497 5818 to reserve tickets. Ticket price includes a tasty supper.