Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Disney Classics in the Park


DISNEY CLASSICS IN THE PARK: An outdoor family concert by Sydney Youth Orchestras at Centennial Parklands (featuring classics like: Let It Go from Frozen!) 

From 2pm on Saturday 11 November Centennial Parklands Belvedere Amphitheatre will come alive with the sounds of Disney Musical Classics at a one of a kind family performance.

This year Sydney Youth Orchestras have teamed up the Symphonic Wind Orchestra for a fantastic concert to suit all ages. 

This family event which welcomes dogs, picnics and children encourages family to relish the show tunes and themes of Disney cartoons and films. The repertoire includes familiar pieces such as Suite No. 2 in F by Gustav Holst and Entry March of the Boyars by Johan Halvorsen, arranged by Frederick Fennell.  The Program also includes Disney Blockbusters, Coldplay on Stage (A wonderful medley of some of Coldplay's greatest hits) and Let It Go, Suite No. 2 from the Blockbuster Disney Classic feature film Frozen. 

The concert venue for this special family performance is the beautiful Belvedere Amphitheatre situated near Woollahra Gates in Centennial Parklands. Guests from the whole family will enjoy beautiful classic and romantic pieces with a splendid view over Federation Pavilion. 

Details:                                                                                                                                                                Age: All welcome
Times: Entry from 2.30 pm – finishing at 4pm
Meeting Point/Venue: Belvedere Amphitheatre (near Woollahra Gates), Centennial Park
Price: $20 (children under 5 do not need a ticket) $18 for picnic rug on the grass                                                                                     
Tickets: Click here


Special notes (In case of wet weather the event will be postponed to the following Sunday 18th Nov)                            
For more information on artists and repertoire please visit https://syo.com.au                                    
Children must be accompanied by an adult                                                                                                            Dog-friendly 

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