WSO to take Mini Maestros on a ‘dino-mite’ adventure

Last modified on 07 May 2024


“Once upon a time, long, long ago there lived a beautiful Queen... Actually, it wasn’t long, long ago. It was long, long, long, long… long, long, long, long…LONG ago. The Queen’s name was Tyrannosaurus Regina, which means “Tyrant Queen of the Lizards” and she was queen of all the dinosaurs.”

Get your rumble on with Maestro George Ellis and the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra for a ‘rex-cellent’ musical performance these winter school holidays. In this ‘dino-mite’ adventure, join Queen Regina and other scaly friends as they get ready for the dinosaurs’ annual carnival.

‘Carnival of the Dinosaurs’ is sure to delight children and their families with interactive melodic moments, a ‘tricera-top’ suite of music, and of course, opportunities to stomp, chomp and roar. It is the perfect introduction to live music for little ones and a chance to get up close and personal with an orchestra.

Don't miss out on a day of ‘stego-smiles’. Tickets now on sale.

VENUE: The Concourse Concert Hall

DATE & TIME: Saturday 6 July 11am

PRICE: $30 for all ages (babies on laps under age of 2 are free)


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