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30 Oct 2018

Classics in the Park returns to Centennial Park

Weaving Disney and pop music favourites alongside classical compositions, Classics in the Park with Sydney Youth Orchestras is a concert for all ages coming to Centennial Park on Sunday 4 November 2018.  

After a successful inaugural event in 2017, Classics in the Park with Sydney Youth Orchestras returns to the Park’s Belvedere Amphitheatre as a family favourite.

Conductor James Pesini with the 2017 Symphonic Wind Orchestra 

Kids get up close to the music

Conductor James Pesini will lead the talented young people of the Symphonic Wind Orchestra.
Sydney Youth Orchestras is phenomenal at bringing together the Disney block busters, musical favourites like Phantom of the Opera, and “real” classical music. James and the musicians are renowned for creating a fun and relaxed atmosphere and encouraging children to get up close to the instruments.

Introduce the whole family to orchestral music

Music for young and old

Classics in the Park is designed to delight traditional music lovers and introduce young people to the magic of a live orchestra.

Songs to be performed on the nights include Pirates of the Caribbean, The Greatest Showman and James Bond, and well-known marches such as Eric Coates’ “The Dam Busters”.

Get up close to the instruments

Pack a picnic and the pooch

Centennial Park is a favourite of Sydney’s canine residents, and Classics in the Park is a unique opportunity to bring them along for a family evening out.
The stunning backdrop of Federation Valley frames the amphitheatre as guests can take a seat in the front rows or relax on the terraced seats with their picnic rug.
Family passes are available, but four-legged children are free (unless they demand a chair!).

Furry friends enjoy the view too

Classics in the Park takes place on Sunday 4 November from 4.00-6.00 pm at Centennial Park. Entry is available from 3.00 pm via Woollahra Gates.
Book here.

Category: Concerts
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