Changing Seasons Concert

Community Entertainment Live Entertainment Music

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  • Location: ​​​​​​​Kawana Community Hall, Nanyima St, Buddina 4575 Queensland

Sunday 26th February will see the Sunshine Coast Concert Band kick off its 2017 season with a concert to celebrate the changing seasons.  What better item to launch the year than Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons” and a selection of wonderful music featuring vocalists Tanya McFadyen and Dave Stygall.  

Just some of the highlights will be September in the Rain, Autumn Leaves, Winter Wonderland, If ever I would leave you and June is busting out all over.  Who would have thought the seasons would bring such a diverse array of show-stoppers and is there a better way to listen to them other than this 40 piece iconic Sunshine Coast Concert Band?

Come and join maestro Ken Chadwick OAM and this fabulous group of volunteers as they support the work of fellow volunteers in Rotary Club Maroochydore and the Maroochy Men’s Shed

WHAT:  Changing Seasons Concert.  A selection of fabulous musical numbers to highlight and celebrate the arrival of the Band’s 2017 season.
WHEN:  Sunday 26th February 2017 at 2pm
WHERE:  Kawana Community Hall, Nanyima St, Buddina
WHY:  To celebrate music and the achievements of Rotary Maroochydore and Maroochy Men’s Shed
COST:  $15 per person.  Includes a fabulous afternoon tea. Great value !
BOOKINGS:  Tickets available at the door.

To be sure of securing a seat phone 0417 649 686 or contact Rotary Maroochydore at

Changing Seasons Concert
Sunday 26 February 2017
Kawana Community Hall, Nanyima St, Buddina


The Sunshine Coast Concert Band :
PO Box 1376, Buddina
07 5450 6680
The Sunshine Coast Concert Band

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​​​​​​​Kawana Community Hall, Nanyima St, Buddina

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