20 May 2018
Canberra Youth Orchestra will perform upbeat classical music children will love, in this concert at the High Court of Australia aimed at children young and old. Including Tchaikovsky’s Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy from the Nutcracker Suite, Bizet’s Habanera and Toreador Song from Carmen suite no 2 and the iconic William Tell Overture, this mini-concert will be enjoyed by all!
Music For Canberra’s flagship ensemble, the Canberra Youth Orchestra is the premier youth symphony orchestra in the ACT and wider region, bringing together the region’s finest young musicians and conducted by award-winning Canberran, Leonard Weiss. Music For Canberra is a community music school providing excellence and accessibility in music to a broad range of clients including children from 18 months, those living with disability, through to adults and active seniors. As a not-for-profit key arts organisation supported by ArtsACT and the Snow Foundation, Music For Canberra encourages people of any age and any background to experience the benefits music can offer.
Two concerts of 30 minutes
Please note: Admission to this concert is strictly by registration only. Registration opens 20 April 2018.