Are you eager to get back to the theatre? Do you want to experience the magic of live performance again? Well, we have some good news for you. QPAC is back with a series of exclusive, personal performances for audiences keen to engage with the arts again post-lockdown. Say hello to QPAC Unlocked.
This is QPAC as you have never experienced it before. The iconic venue is reopening spaces like the Concert Hall, Cremorne Theatre and the Lyrebird restaurant, and is delivering the unforgettable experiences again – from musical theatre to cabaret and classical music – but reimagined to safeguard you and your arts experience.
QPAC’s Unlocked Concert Hall program will offer a new perspective for audiences with seating behind not in front of the stage. Opening from Friday September 4, the program will offer a series of eight one hour-long performances featuring some of Queensland’s most outstanding soloists and chamber musicians. The stellar line-up features solo pianist Alex Raineri, Australian rising star violin virtuoso, Courtenay Cleary, Camerata-Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra with acclaimed flamenco guitarist, Andrew Veivers in Viva España, and the next generation of Australian musical theatre stars, Bachelor of Musical Theatre Students from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University (QCGU) performing a mix of popular musical theatre songs.
Are you ready to get back to QPAC? Of course you are! Discover the full QPAC Unlocked program at the QPAC website. Be quick though, these shows will sell out quick sticks!