Gold Coast Philharmonic Orchestra will perform on Friday night.
Gold Coast Philharmonic Orchestra will perform on Friday night.

Musical night sure to delight

GOLD Coast Philharmonic Orchestra presents Classics and Christmas for one night only this Friday at the Robina Community Centre from 7.30pm AEST.

Children, families and seasoned orchestral music lovers will enjoy classics including Jupiter from The Planets, Fanfare for the Common Man, Christmas fun with the orchestra and vocal ensemble Signature as well as an Australian classic finale.

The annual Youth Concerto Opportunity performances for 2009 will feature two 17-year-olds who have both just graduated from secondary school and in between exams and schoolies week have been rehearsing with the orchestra for this special performance.

Maurice Windleburn plays Cello and has been accepted into the Conservatorium of Music in 2010.

Hayden Smith plays piano and learns all music by ear and through harmonic study as he is totally blind.

He has been accepted into the Queensland University of Technology Bachelor of Music degree in 2010.

Tickets for the performance are available from the Gold Coast Arts Centre Box Office on 5588 4000 or at the door on the night.



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