Brisbane Symphony Orchestra celebrate 25 years
  • Thursday 12 February 2015

The Brisbane Symphony Orchestra celebrates their 25th Anniversary of music making in style with an All Beethoven Show at Council’s Lake Kawana Community Centre at 3pm on Sunday, March 22.

Brisbane Symphony Orchestra (formerly named Brisbane Sinfonia) was formed in 1990.  Members of the orchestra are drawn from all walks of life, including medical specialists, lawyers and professional musicians engaged in music education. The orchestra has had marked success, due in great measure to the efforts of founding conductor and artistic director Antoni Bonetti.

Brisbane Symphony Orchestra currently performs up to eight concerts per year in Brisbane and other regional centers. The All Beethoven Show will showcase a range of Beethoven classics including the Coriolan overture, Violin Concerto and the famous Symphony No. 7.

The show will be conducted by Antoni Bonetti and host special guest Brendan Joyce, Violinist and Leader of Camerata of St John’s. Described as “dynamic” by The Australian, Brendan frequently appears in the Australian Festival of Chamber Music.

Adult tickets are $30, Concession $25 and $15 for school aged children. Tickets can be purchased at the Lake Kawana Community Centre box office and online at

Lake Kawana Community Centre is located at 114 Sportsmans Parade, Bokarina and offers car parking in close proximity to the venue.