A PERFORMANCE by the South Side Symphony Orchestra (SSSO) at a tennis club in mid-November is another chance to add to the list of interesting venues it has played outside a theatre setting, its president says.
The Melville outfit has been invited to perform at the Claremont Lawn Tennis Club on November 12.
President Irene Wright said the team was excited to show its stuff to a new audience.
“We’ve played in a shearing shed, an aircraft hangar and now we have the chance to play at a tennis club,” she said.
“We enjoy new, novel places and being based in Melville we appreciate the opportunity to promote our music to new audiences north of the river.”
The picnic-style sunset concert will include what Ms Wright said was an exciting set list of music, including renditions of Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture and Johann Strauss Senior’s Radetzky March, a performance from classical singer Bianca Hurley and a violin performance by SSSO music director Aaron Wyatt.
“It’s well-known classical music audiences will enjoy under the stars,” Ms Wright said.
Gates open 4pm
What: South Side Symphony Orchestra’s Sunset Concert
Where: Claremont Lawn Tennis Club
When: Gates open 4pm, November 12. Concert starts 5pm
Tickets: Phone 0451829334 or email email@example.com