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BPO SCULPTURAL SOUNDS

Bring a rug, sit down and enjoy an afternoon of light classical music by the sculptures by Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra’s Wind Trio and Brass Quartet.

 

When: 2pm Sunday 27 October

Where: On the greens of The Corso at Skygate

Cost: Free

 

 

LIVE MUSIC

Enjoy live music in The Corso daily from local Brisbane bands. (put pic of Matt Graham Music to the left)

 

When:

Thursday 24 October 12:00pm to 2:00pm – Matt Graham Music

Friday 25 October 12:00pm to 2:00pm, and 4:30pm to 6:30pm – Hannah Rosa

Saturday 26 October 12:00pm to 3:00pm – Matt Graham Music

Sunday 12pm to 2pm – The Forty Thieves

 

Where: The Corso at Skygate (near The Coffee Club and Transit Tavern).

 

Cost: Free

 

Hannah Rosa

Armed with soaring vocals and songs that have been described “beautifully crafted, honest and personal”, Brisbane songstress Hannah Rosa is worming her way into hearts everywhere.

 

Released in September 2012, her debut EP ‘Tall Poppy’ was quickly labeled by Time Off as “a beautiful group of songs that will resonate deeply for fans of Missy Higgins and The Waifs”. Highlights of 2013 so far include selection in the Indie 100 and performances at the Brisbane Festival, Palm Creek Folk Festival and Bluesfest Byron Bay. Hannah Rosa is currently preparing to release the rest of her second EP in mid 2014.

 

The Forty Thieves

The Forty Thieves are an eclectic folk four-piece hailing from Brisbane, Australia. Their formation was one that occurred by chance, when four teenagers from different friend circles found themselves jamming in the early hours of the morning at a friend's party. Since March 2011, they've been writing and recording their own songs from uni studios to apartment bedrooms. Slowly but surely building up a reputation through their intimate performances and unusual mix of instruments, such as guitarrón (mexican), accordion and banjo.