What’s on at 4MBS and Concert Bookings
2022 Festival of Classics
The theme of the 2022 4MBS Festival of Classics is ‘The Great Romantics’. The Festival of Classics runs from 8 May 2022- 29 May 2022. DID YOU KNOW that the 4MBS Festival of Classics The 4MBS Festival of Classics is unique – it has been a platform for exclusively Queensland talent for the past 29 years. As Australia’s largest classical music festival, it features QUEENSLAND ARTISTS of the highest calibre performing across South East Queensland. As the Festival is produced by Brisbane’s classical music radio station, 4MBS Classic FM, all of the concerts are recorded and broadcast on 103.7FM, and streamed to the world. This year’s Festival of Classics will feature almost 500 Queensland musicians in orchestras, choirs, ensembles and solo performers in 21 concerts over three weeks in a dozen venues across Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.
4MBS Choir in Residence
Following their outstanding performance to open our 2022 Festival of Classics, we are delighted to celebrate 150 years of fine music by The Queensland Choir, and announcing them as our 2022 Choir in Residence! As well as one of Australia’s premiere large choirs, The Queensland Choir is an enriching community of like-minded people that share a deep passion for classical choral music. We are delighted to feature their commemorative CD in our shop, also!
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One of Australia’s most influential and inspiring
The winners of the Pro Bono Australia Impact 25 Awards have been announced, with more than 21,000 people voting for this year’s winners. Silver Memories General Manager, Gary Thorpe OAM, has been named one of 2022’s most inspiring and influential people working for social change.
Ipswich City String Orchestra
Event 15 in the 4MBS Festival of Classics will feature the Ipswich City Quartet – Helen Carvolth (violin), Laura Thompson (violin), Raquel Bastos (viola) & Alexander McPherson (cello) performing String Quartet No 1 in G minor by Grieg, Luce Quartet by Rayner and a selection of Nordic Folk Tunes arranged for string quartet at the 4MBS Performance Studio, 384 Old Cleveland Road, Coorparoo, on Thursday 19 May at 7.30 pm. $30 and concessions . Click here to book & print tickets or call 07 3847 1717 during business hours for customer assistance.