We are excited about our second big concert for the year, 'Music Makes the World Harmonise'.
The concert at the Moonah Arts Centre features songs and people from around the world, and from different cultures, that inspire us to unite in harmony.
Music is a language that is understood across boundaries and barriers, and our concert celebrates the way that music brings us together.
Our Musical Director Andrea Scott is passionate about the power of music to unite people and has put together a program of songs and choirs from different cultures from around the world.
We have our talented Tom Misson accompanying the choir and guest artists adding an international flavour.
Confirming the worldwide flavour of our concert, we are very excited to announce former Hobart lad, Christopher Waterhouse will join us as guest soloist and compere.
Christopher lives and works in Oxford (UK) and was the choir's musical director from 2005 through 2007.
He is delighted to be coming home and on stage again with the choir.
Your ticket includes the Welcome Reception for Christopher with pre-concert canapes in the beautiful foyer of the Moonah Arts Centre.
The bar will be open from 6.30pm with a variety of hot, cold and alcoholic beverages for sale.
Following the welcome reception for Christopher, the concert will start at 7.30pm and includes an intermission for top-ups and toilet breaks.
Tickets are $25 ($22 Concession) and are available online at TryBooking www.trybooking.com/216919