5th Oct 2018 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
The Australian National Band and Orchestra Conference (ANBOC) joins forces the Queensland Wind Orchestra (QWO) for a gala concert in the Queensland Conservatorium Theatre. This concert, under the direction of David Law, Rachel Howley and Professor Rob McWilliams will feature ANBOC clinician Nathan Daughtrey performing his own composition "Concerto for Vibraphone & Wind Ensemble" as well as Moth by Viet Cuong, Early Light by Carolyn Bremer, My Sister's Tears by Ralph Hultgren and Frozen Cathedral by John Mackey, amongst other works.
This concert will be held at the Conservatorium Theatre, Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, you can find directions here.
The Queensland Wind Orchestra (QWO) is an Eastman-inspired community ensemble of approximately 45 musicians, and Queensland's leading community wind orchestra. Members are university students and graduates, music teachers and professionals from non-musical fields who share a desire to develop their ensemble musicianship in a challenging and dynamic environment. Now in its 15th year, including two years as National Champions, the QWO continues to perform an annual concert series comprising an unparalleled range of repertoire, including state, national and international premieres. Now in its 15th year, including two years as National Champions, the QWO continues to perform an annual concert series comprising an unparalleled range of repertoire, including state, national and international premieres. The Queensland Wind Orchestra performed an outstanding concert and workshop as part of the most-recent national ANBOC conferences in Queensland, in 2012.