The Flying Orchestra - QSO Studio

Queensland Symphony Orchestra Studio

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A lonely traveler is accompanied by a melancholic violin, and an airport arrival is celebrated with a symphony. The orchestra even plays when someone learns to ride a bike! Adapted for Queensland Symphony Orchestra by Brisbane-born composer Joe Twist. Based on Australian author Clare McFadden's award-winning picture book of the same name, set in Brisbane.


Conductor

Vincent Hardaker

Vincent Hardaker

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Prices

Student

$35


Duration

45 minutes, no interval


Recommended Age

Prep - Year 6

#Artists

  Karen Kyriakou

Karen Kyriakou

Presenter

Clare McFadden

Clare McFadden

Book author

#Performances

28

28

29

29


This form is for school bookings for The Flying Orchestra concerts on August 28 and 29 in Brisbane only.
All other QSO Brisbane Education concerts will take place in the Concert Hall at QPAC. If you wish to book for a QSO Brisbane Education concert that is taking place at QPAC, please contact QTIX Groups & School Bookings:  

QTIX Groups & School Bookings
Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm
07 3840 7466
groups@qtix.com.au

Bookings for all QSO Education concerts outside of Brisbane must be booked through the designated venue (eg, Cairns Performing Arts Centre, Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre).

#2024 Education Concerts booking form

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Discover Level Concert

The Discover concert level is designed for those beginning their music journey.



#Whats's on this month

Roma Community in Concert

Supported by Australia Pacific LNG operated by Origin Energy

Roma Community in Concert
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Tara Community Concert

Supported by Australia Pacific LNG operated by Origin Energy

Tara Community Concert
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Chinchilla Community in Concert

Supported by Australia Pacific LNG operated by Origin Energy

Chinchilla Community in Concert
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Brahms & Rachmaninov
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#Partners

Queensland Symphony Orchestra respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which the Orchestra works, plays, and creates music, and we pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.