Community Orchestra’s Magical ‘Myths and Legends Performance’ Will Leave You Spellbound: Be enchanted and bewitched by South Side Symphony Orchestra’s final performance of the year as it takes you on a journey through a ferocious storm, an enchanted lake and a deserted island full of mythical creatures, lost ships and villains lurking in the deep dark woods. The Myths and Legends Performance brought to life by conductor Rob Gladstones features pieces such as Berlioz’s The Flying Dutchman, Grieg’s Peer Gynt Suite and Sibelius’s Karelia Suite and will take place in the spectacular Caroline Payne Theatre, Corpus Christi College on 30 October.
Established in February 2011, the South Side Symphony Orchestra, is a non for profit, community ensemble based in Melville with 50 enthusiastic, vibrant musicians from diverse backgrounds. What unites the orchestra is their passion for music and the pleasure they feel when sharing it with others. SSSO strives to bring innovative concerts in unique venues and has earnt a reputation of being the most community focused Orchestra in WA.
The concert has been made possible through the support of The City of Melville and its vision to bring the community together through culture and art and as a result of a grant from Lotterywest to purchase new percussion instruments which will be on show in the performance.