STRING MAGIC: Violin virtuosity is certain at the June 7 concert.
STRING MAGIC: Violin virtuosity is certain at the June 7 concert. CONTRIBUTED

Artists to set concert sizzling

EXPECT virtuosity and musical pyrotechnics in Bohemian Rhapsody - an exclusive Sunshine Coast afternoon concert at Eudlo Hall on June 7.

This family-friendly, all-ages concert welcomes Queensland's finest classical musicians to a small community hall for the next thrilling instalment of the dreaming BIG concert series.

Bohemian Rhapsody features five guest soloists: Diana Tolmie on saxophone, Benjamin Greaves and Camille Barry on violin, and Louise King and Danielle Bentley on cello.

Collusion Chamber Orchestra - with its award-winning classical ensemble in residence at Griffith University Queensland Conservatorium - has been invited from Brisbane. Hear a diverse range of music from Vivaldi's famous Concerto in G minor for Two Cellos to Ravel's intoxicating and fiery Tzigane, the transcendental Lark Ascending for violin and string orchestra by English composer Vaughan-Williams, the Little Suite for Strings by the late Australian composer Peter Sculthorpe and a new work for saxophone by Thomas Green featuring guest soloist and Diana Tolmie.

To book, visit http://www.eventbrite.com.au and search for Bohemian Rhapsody.

DREAMING BIG CONCERT 3

WHAT: BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY with Brisbane's Collusion Chamber OrchestraWHEN: Sunday 7 June 3-5pmWHO: Guest star soloists Diana Tolmie on saxophone, Benjamin Greaves and Camille Barry on violin, Louise King and Danielle Bentley on celloWHERE: Eudlo Hall, Rosebed Street EUDLO Sunshine CoastBOOK: $45 music lover | $35 early bird and concession | $20 student | $100 group & family tickets

http://www.eventbrite.com.au


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