Peace Concert 2019
Saturday 29 June @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm$30 – $35
A celebration of the final declaration of Peace at the end of World War 1. Featuring the Pacific Palm Court Orchestra, Sax Blue sax quartet, Heather Price, Thomas Traynor, all matched to newsreels and letters from the time.
TICKET & BOOKING INFO
Full admission $35, Concession/Student $30, Child $15, Family $80
Early bird is $5 off any booking made by COB 3 May 2019.
Tickets available online at www.trybooking.com/BAUQO or at the office.
Event Contact for Enquiries
Rod Barnes, Director of Dungeon Big Band
Team Member, Adamstown Arts
0407 002 397
The Pacific Palm Court Orchestra
A jolly group of professional musicians, presenting music with good “tunes” from lots of musical eras and styles. Formed in 2011, the Pacific Palm Court Orchestra has played at concerts, high teas, parties, in fact wherever there is elegant conversation to be had.
Catherine Sheng-Cooper – violin
Ann Hartsuyker – violin
Rod Barnes – clarinet
Jennifer St George – flute
David Cooper – cello
Heather Price – double bass
Mercia Buck – piano
SAX BLUE sax quartet play a broad range of music from classical transcriptions to jazz tunes and novelty numbers. The group began 20 years ago reveling in the creamy but punchy blend of soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophone sounds. The quartet’s repertoire includes classical transcriptions, jazz standards, contemporary pieces and novelty music, such as that of the Brown Brothers Saxophone group.
The members of the group are Craig Parish (Soprano/Alto saxes), Cameron Harker (Alto), Paul Isaacs (Tenor), Rod Barnes (Baritone). All are members of the exciting Dungeon Big Band.
Sax Blue has played many concerts over the years, including support for the internationally-known Dutch Swing College Band.
The incredibly versatile performer, Heather Price, will step out of The Pacific Palm Court Orchestra to present songs from World War 1 era.
A vital performer in Young People’s Theatre (Hot Mikado), Thomas features here as the voice of Thomas Rogers Jones, a World War 1 soldier from Adamstown, and as community song leader.