Camden Haven Concert Band set to perform Broadway music

The concert includes a piece which showcases William Jackson on his tuba. Photo: supplied.

The concert includes a piece which showcases William Jackson on his tuba. Photo: supplied.

The community is invited to sing and toe-tap along with the Camden Haven Concert band when they perform works from popular Broadway musicals.

The band will present two annual concerts in Laurieton and Kendall. The performance at Laurieton is on Sunday, June 23 from 2pm at the Laurieton School of Arts. There is also a performance on Sunday, July 7 at the Kendall Community Hall from 2pm.

Conductor Iain Pole has put together the program for the concert named 'A Million Dreams', taking its name from one of the songs in a thrilling medley from 'The Greatest Showman'.

There will be other songs featured from popular musicals including A Chorus Line, Oliver, Phantom of the Opera, Evita, West Side Story, Chess, Singing in the Rain, Showboat, Chicago, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Wicked and The Sound of Music.

The concert also includes an extraordinary piece written by a Norwegian tuba soloist, featuring William Jackson on his tuba. Will plans to perform a solo version of the work for his HSC music exam.

The concerts showcase the area's local playing talent and versatility of musicians.

A spokesperson from the Camden Haven Concert Band said everyone is invited to come along, support the band and share the musical adventure.

"Gather together your family and friends for a great Sunday afternoon's entertainment," she said.

Afternoon tea is included and people will be given the chance to win a lucky door prize at each concert.

Entry to the performance is $10 for adults and $5 for children 12-years-old and under. Tickets will be available at the door.

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