Seven years since the Music at Twilight concert series first started in 2010, we continue to feature some of Australia’s best musicians and entertainers in the heart of the Georges River area.
The Music at Twilight concert series consists of four concerts per year and each show features a different musical genre, including musical theatre, classical and jazz.
These concerts are held in the St George Auditorium and Marana Auditorium, both of which are accessible and feature wheelchair access and an accessible toilet. If you require access, please arrive 10 minutes early and advise if you require an accessible seat when making your booking.
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Wednesday 5 April 2017 - St George Bank Auditorium
Triple ARIA Award winning band 6-piece band Monsieur Camembert brilliantly reinterpret classics to create a truly original and intoxicating blend.
“…they pick you up and carry you on a wave of energy, excitement and poignancy that never relents…the band play with such cohesion, energy and abandon that I experienced an emotion so foreign I barely recognised it: elation.” (John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald).
Wednesday 7 June 2017 - Marana Auditorium, Hurtville Entertainment Centre
Swing along to the famous tunes of the 1930s and 1940s. Classics include: In the Mood; Sing, Sing, Sing; Begin the Beguine; Chattanooga Choo Choo and Take the ‘A’ Train.
The Australian Army Band is widely acknowledged as one of Australia’s most dynamic music ensembles. Its distinguished military lineage dates back to 1872, making it the second longest continuous serving military outfit in Australia. It has been present at many significant moments of Sydney’s history, including the opening of the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. The Army Band is under the command of Major Matt Chilmaid.
Wednesday 2 August 2017 - St George Bank Auditorium
Queenie van de Zandt is well known for her incredible versatility as a performer with extensive work in musical theatre, plays, cabaret, on television and film, as well as a recording artist, comedienne and writer.
Queenie is considered to be one of the country's best musical theatre performers. She has played leading roles in hit musicals such as: Into the Woods; King Kong; Smoke & Mirrors; Oliver; The Full Monty; Anything Goes; Cabaret; The Boy From Oz; Eureka – The Musical; I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change and Hair.
Queenie's alter-ego, Jan van de Stool, the madcap International Musical Therapist gathered a national cult following when she appeared on Australia's Got Talent in early 2016. Her one-woman show: I Get The Music In You - an evening with Jan van de Stool, performed to packed houses in Melbourne, Canberra and Adelaide and great critical acclaim for an extended season at the Ensemble Theatre in Sydney.
Friday 13 October 2017 - Marana Auditorium, Hurtville Entertainment Centre
This stirring and amusing operetta is a Music Hall presentation. ‘Boo’ the villain, ‘Cheer’ the hero, and ‘Sing’ the choruses with the Pirates and the Policemen. This production has a cast of wonderful performers and musicians, under the baton of Musical Director, Dr Steve Watson.