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Media ReleasesMini Maestros: Beethoven vs. Mozart
12 December 2016
Tuesday, 17 January - 1pmWednesday, 18 January - 10am & 1pm The Concourse Civic Pavilion
Back by popular demand, the Willoughby Symphony’s Mini Maestros series returns to The Concourse this January with the hilarious Beethoven vs. Mozart! Tailored for children aged 4 – 12 years, Beethoven vs. Mozart is an engaging mini-symphony production designed to introduce children to classical music in a fun and interactive way. Presented by two of Australia’s celebrated children’s presenters, George Ellis and Guy Noble, children will laugh and clap along as the music of Mozart and Beethoven is performed as a battle with the audience to decide who the best composer is - proof that learning about classical music can, and should be, fun! Renowned conductor George Ellis was Musical Director of the Babies Proms orchestral series at the Sydney Opera House from 2002 to 2010 and has presented orchestral concerts for children around Australia and internationally. Guy Noble is one of Australia's most versatile conductors and musical entertainers, conducting and presenting concerts with all the major Australian orchestras and performers such as The Beach Boys, Ben Folds, Randy Newman and Clive James. Tickets are $26 and babies aged 0 – 11 months have free admittance. Seating is general admission, which will allow the concert to be informal and interactive. Purchase your tickets now at 1300 795 012 or visit theconcourse.com.au
Media Contact:Rebecca HillMarketing and Events ManagerPhone: 9777 7703Email: rebecca.hill@Willoughby.nsw.gov.au
For non media related enquiries contact Willoughby City Council on 9777 1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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