Like music? Dislike staying up late?
Music at Midday seems like it’s for you then!
Wednesday the 4th of December at 11AM and again at 12.30PM, the RMC Band will be playing tunes and raising money for charity at the Canberra Theatre Centre.
The concert goes for 60 minutes and the entry is by gold coin donation, so go check it out.
Canberra Theatre Centre is excited to announce the six local charities chosen from a pool of 22 applications to receive proceeds from next year’s Music at Midday concerts.
Charities chosen to receive donations in 2014 include Vinnies (St Vincent de Paul Society), Alzheimer’s Australia ACT, Cancer Council ACT, MS Australia, Menslink and Doris Women’s Refuge.
For just over two decades Canberra Theatre Centre, in association with the Royal Military College and proudly supported by the Canberra Labor Club Group, have hosted the Music at Midday concerts six times a year, with proceeds supporting many local charities.
This celebration of the Big Band sound has grown from its humble beginnings and now attracts hundreds of Canberra residents at each performance.
The lunchtime concerts, held at 11am and 12.30pm, showcase the talents of the RMC Band and give Canberra Theatre Centre an opportunity to give something back to the community. Entry to the concerts is by gold coin donation, with all proceeds going to a local charity.