6 October 2018 at 7:30pm
Open to the general public, The Australian National Band and Orchestra Conference (ANBOC) joins forces the Queensland Wind Orchestra (QWO) for a gala concert in the Queensland Conservatorium Theatre. This concert, under the direction of David Law, Rachel Howley and Professor Rob McWilliams will feature ANBOC clinician Nathan Daughtrey performing his own composition "Concerto for Vibraphone & Wind Ensemble" as well as Moth by Viet Cuong, Early Light by Carolyn Bremer, My Sister's Tears by Ralph Hultgren and Frozen Cathedral by John Mackey, amongst other works.
Sunday 5 August, 2018 at 10am - 11am
Queensland Wind Orchestra conducted by David Law takes kids on a magical journey through favourite films and light classics in this free concert as part of Brisbane City Council's Bands in Parks program. Dance along to music from Frozen, How to Train Your dragon and Toy Story. Light classics include Gladiator March and Ritual Fire Dance.
September 22 at 7pm
Professor Rob McWilliams returns to the podium for the Queensland Wind Orchestra’s third concert of 2018: Spirits. Spirits features works by QWO favourites Markowski, Reynolds, and Barnes, as well as Rachmaninoff, Verdi, and many more.
Who We Are
The Queensland Wind Orchestra (QWO) is a community ensemble of approximately 45 musicians. Members are university students and graduates, music teachers and professionals from non-musical fields who share a desire to develop their ensemble musicianship in a challenging and dynamic environment.
What We Do
The QWO performs a series of public concerts each year at various venues around Brisbane. We are also passionate about the ongoing development and education of young musicians, evident by our partnership with the Inspire program and dedicated series of School Concerts / Workshops.
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Australia's best Wind Orchestra: 2014
The Queensland Wind Orchestra are the winners of the 2014 Australian National Band Championships for Open A Grade Concert Bands, making QWO Australia's best Wind Band in 2014, and the second time we've won the award (out of competing three times).