Anniversary concert to acknowledge birthday
Manukau Symphony Orchestra is celebrating its 25th birthday by staging a special quarter of a century anniversary concert.
Dance and Sing is a classical music show with the players being a mix of local artists and musicians performing crowd favourites.
To make the celebrations memorable, your Eastern Courier and Papakura Courier each has a
ticket double pass to give away
to a fortunate winner to attend the performance at Vodafone Events Centre, in Manukau, on Saturday, March 17, at 7.30pm.
The symphony welcomes the return of New Zealand’s established leading soprano Morag Atchison, oboist Bede Hanley, and talented conductor and former Macleans College student Raymond Chan.
Chan’s programme will feature Rossini’s William Tell Overture, selections from Tchaikovsky’s
Swan Lake, Arturo Marquez’s
Danzon’s No. 2, as well as arias by Mozart and Puccini, and Vivaldi’s
‘‘One of my visions is to reinvigorate classical music and engage with younger audiences,’’ says Chan.
To enter the draw
to the Dance and Sing concert, email firstname.lastname@example.org with Dance and Sing Concert in the subject line, with name, address and phone number, by 5pm on March 11.
ticket double pass to win a
Constable Brandon McCarthy (right) says children aged seven and under must be secured in an approved vehicle seat restraint.
Raymond Chan to conduct Dance and Sing performance on March 17.