Last Pleasant Sunday Afternoon concert for 2010

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  • Location: CCSA Hall, Caloundra 4551 Queensland

Last Pleasant Sunday Afternoon concert for 2010

At 2pm on Sunday 3rd October, music lovers will have the last opportunity to enjoy the wide variety of acts that are lined up for the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon concert in the CCSA Hall, Nutley St. Caloundra.

Colin Butcher (see photo) was a sensational Master of Ceremonies at the Caloundra Chorale's "Music Hall" extravaganza.  Since then, he has shaved off his illustrious beard and moustache, and has polished up some of his baritone solos - some of which won him the title (many times) of Champion of Champions at the QLD Eisteddodau.

Some very well known and loved groups will grace the stage in the Sunshine Statesmen with their new Music Director - Sarah Laws, and also the energetic Tap Katz ladies (Senior Idol finalists).

Back by popular (actually Neil's) demand is Neil Booth's guitar group, some of which are professional performers, and some others who can hopefully keep up with them.

This month also features 4 duet artists: Ron and Val Clarkson on clarinet and piano: Dom Retschlag and Neil Booth on the grand piano: Darrell Watson and Kate (of 'Tis band fame) on vocals/guitar: and regular singers Bev Gourlay and husband Aart Schouten.

Admission at the door is $9 which includes afternoon tea. There's no need to book, just come along and enjoy the funny, friendly show.

Please check out the Chorale's website for their events on  
Photo shows Colin Butcher in his role as MC in the recent Music Hall production at the Caloundra Chorale.

Caloundra Chorale & Theatre Co. :
3 Piringa Street, Wurtulla
07 5437 2719

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CCSA Hall, Caloundra

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