An Afternoon At The Proms – A Musical Spectacular

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The Grand Musical Extravaganza is returning with a brand new program, hosted once again by Australia’s loveable violin maestro Ian Cooper. Featuring Proms favourites including Jerusalem, Land of Hope and Glory, Rule Britannia and Radetzky March.

 

Ian Cooper pays homage to the iconic BBC Proms of London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall with his Blue Danube Orchestra and guest Opera Australia Vocalists, whilst tipping his hat to the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo with the City Of Melbourne Pipe Band. Brace yourself for an unforgettable experience filled with enchantment and splendour.  

 

Watch as the curtain rises and the stage comes alive with “The Sound of Music,” “The Toreador Song” from Bizet’s Carmen, Schubert’s soul-stirring “Ave Maria” and the combined Marching Band and orchestra perform anthems including Scotland the Brave, Amazing Grace, March of the British Grenadiers and the majestic Highland Cathedral.

 

This stunning spectacle pays a heartfelt tribute to the legendary BBC Proms Concerts that have enthralled audiences for over a century.

 

To add to the festive atmosphere, flags and noise-makers will be available for purchase at the venue. So, bring your friends, wave those flags high and make some noise as you come together for an afternoon of merriment and celebration at the most exhilarating concert of the year— An Afternoon At The Proms Spectacular! You’ll be “Friends For Life”.

Content: Wendouree Performing Arts Centre

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  • Sat 5 Oct

2pm–4:30pm

Wendouree Centre for Performing Arts

1220 Howitt St, Wendouree VIC 3355

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$85 - $95

Adult $95, Concession $89, Child $80, Group 6+ $85


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