Songs of Hope and Healing
Queensland Performing Arts Centre has announced the return of its joyous and uplifting Songs of Hope and Healing benefit concert. This year’s concert features Australian superstar guest artist Isaiah, in QPAC’s Concert Hall on Tuesday March 27. Following the successful debut concert in 2015, Brisbane’s artistic community and popular guest soloists will again come together for Songs of Hope and Healing to raise funds to benefit young people of refugee backgrounds. For one night only, QPAC’s Concert Hall will resonate with the sounds of top ten Eurovision Song Contest 2017 finalist and winner of X Factor 2016, Isaiah, Camerata-Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra and acclaimed Tibetan musician and songwriter, Tenzin Choegyal. The exciting line-up also includes Hoang Pham, Percussimo, Queensland Conservatorium Brass, The QPAC Choir, Children’s Health Qld Community Choir and FHEAL Community Choir.
The concert will feature Botswana born community leader, Sharon Orapeleng, as MC, and Timothy Sherlock as Music Director. Songs of Hope and Healing is presented by QPAC to raise funds for Friends of the Home of Expressive Arts and Learning (FHEAL).