On Saturday 15th of July at 7pm (doors open at 6:30), the Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra’s 4th concert of 2017 entitled “Forests, Fjords and Folklore” will be presented at Caloundra Uniting Church.

Programmed are the entrancing Dvorak Slavonic Dances, Sibelius’s charismatic Karelia Suite and his famous enchanting Tone Poem Finlandia. Also featured are Grieg’s captivating Peer Gynt Suite and his flamboyant, virtuosic Piano Concerto in A minor.

For the latter work the Orchestra welcomes Hannah Pike – a Brisbane Conservatorium Graduate specialising in Piano and Percussion. She has been performing since the age of four, with highlights including numerous gold medals in local eisteddfods, performing at the Sydney Opera House, participating in the Crossbows Chamber Music Festival and Australian Piano Duo Festival, and playing at several fundraising concerts. She has received masterclasses from John Chen, Roy Howat and Sivan Silver, and has studied with world-class recitalist Natasha Vlassenko. Hannah is currently studying with Daniel de Borah, who is recognised as one of Australia’s foremost musicians!

 Hannah Pike

Come, experience and enjoy this music by some of the greatest composers of the Romantic period. Be absorbed and immersed in the brilliant performances of the Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra’s players and soloist, conducted by Adrian King.

The TS Onslow Navy Cadets will provide supper for purchase.


Presold $25 – Available on this page (select Add to Cart button below) or T 54781779.

Also available from the Old Buderim Post Office from 1st July.

At the door: $30.     Children (under 16 years) are free.