Primary Proms: Brindabella Concert

The Arts Unit

Primary Proms: Brindabella Concert

Since 2003 The Arts Unit, NSW Department of Education has presented the Primary Proms concerts for NSW public school students.

Now in 2018, four outstanding concerts (Brindabella, Coorong, Daintree and Kakadu) featuring students from Years 3 and 4 in combined choirs of 450 voices, will be presented in the Centennial Hall of the Sydney Town Hall, from Monday 17 September-Thursday 20 September 2018. This year the repertoire includes 11 songs from a variety of genres including classical, folk, jazz and musical theatre arranged for unison and 2 part singing.

The Primary Proms also features superb performances from soloists, school and regional ensembles and outstanding NSW Public Schools vocal ensembles.

Listed below are the schools featured in the combined choir for the Brindabella concert.

Please note: Items from soloists, school and state ensembles are not listed below. For any information regarding these items parents should refer to their school contact teacher.

Arncliffe Public School
Ashbury Public School
Bilgola Plateau Public School
Bowral Public School
Dee Why Public School
Ferncourt Public School
Lane Cove West Public School
Lewisham Public School
Matthew Pearce Public School
Mount Colah Public School
Narraweena Public School
Pennant Hills Public School
St Ives North Public School
Strathfield North Public School
Tower Street Public School
Westmead Public School
Wilkins Public School

Duration: Approximately 1.5 hours, no interval

Ticket Info

This concert is at Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street, Sydney

Adult $40
Concession $34

A booking fee per transaction applies for this event as follows: Internet $6.60, Phone $8.25.
There is no booking fee for tickets purchased in person at the City Recital Hall Box Office.

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Details are accurate at time of publication.