Australian Doctor's Orchestra Concert

The ADO, led by conductor Peter Luff, will make its Toowoomba debut after touring cities across Australia.

~Australian Doctor's~ Orchestra Concert
~Australian Doctor's~ Orchestra Concert

#A national orchestra of medically-trained classical musicians.

The Australian Doctor’s Orchestra (ADO), established over 30 years ago, is a national orchestra of medical professionals who are also classically trained musicians. The ADO has performed in capital and regional cities across Australia, and will for the very first time perform in Toowoomba under the baton of conductor Peter Luff!

Come with us on this musical journey beginning with Verdi’s powerful Overture La Forza del Destino. This will be followed by Mendelssohn’s beautiful Violin Concerto performed by internationally acclaimed violinist Ike See. After the interval, we will perform Grieg’s famous Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, including the famous Morning Mood and In the Hall of the Mountain King. The concert will conclude with Stravinsky’s evocative Firebird Suite (1919 version) .

We are proud to be partnering with RACQ LifeFlight Rescue, and all funds raised from ticket sales will go to LifeFlight Foundation to ensure Queensland regional and rural communities continue to get the best aeromedical care.

Sunday 16 June - 2:30pm

Adult $45.00
Concession(Gov Seniors & Pension Cards) $30.00
Child U12yrs $20.00
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Classical Music

110mins with 20mins interval

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