The South West Philharmonic return to BREC this Saturday September 14 with their family-friendly concert Family Proms: Planes, Trains and Automobiles. The concert is a a fantastic way to introduce children to classical music and bring the whole family together for a fun afternoon.
Family Proms: Planes, Trains and Automobiles is the perfect Saturday afternoon out for families with concession tickets available and children under 16 free. BREC's foyers will be open one hour prior to the performance so families can enjoy activities such as themed food and drink, crafts and a fun photo booth.
"We are on a mission to bring the best of classical music to the widest possible audience." said David Pye, Conductor at South West Philharmonic. "The South West Philharmonic is full of outstanding musicians and we are delighted to partner with BREC again this year to offer families a full orchestral experience in a fun and relaxed family-friendly atmosphere." Pye continues.
The South West Philharmonic Orchestra's Family Proms: Planes, Trains and Automobiles is set to be a fun-filled afternoon of magical music from classical masterpieces to some well-known favourites including the Star Trek them tune, The Beatles hit Yellow Submarine and the magical theme tune from the film E.T.
Fiona de Garis, Executive Director at BREC said "We are passionate about making cultural experiences more accessible for all members of the community and with the generous support of our sponsors including City of Bunbury, South 32, Lotterywest and the Bunbury Mail, we are able to subsidise our ticket prices."
Family Proms: Planes, Trains and Automobiles returns to BREC Saturday 14th September at 3pm. Tickets are available online at bunburyentertainment.com or by calling the Box Office on 1300 661 272.