SOUNDS OF THE CIRCUS... ROLL UP, ROLL UP!                     Sunday 24 May, 2.00 & 3.30pm

George Ellis:    Conductor
Emily McKnight:    Presenter

St Ives Uniting Church
Corner Douglas Street & Mona Vale Rd, St Ives

 

Tickets

Individual entry (adult or child) $12
Family of four $40
(A family of four ticket must include at least one child.)

Roll up for spectacular sounds of the circus: orchestral music for children under 10 and their families.

The annual KPO Kids Proms concert is an excellent opportunity for the whole family to come together and go on an exciting and amazing adventure through some much loved classical music masterpieces as well as some well-known favourites. The program is devised for children aged 3 to 10 years – with those younger and older welcome to enjoy. This is a fun-filled afternoon of entertaining magical music that will capture the hearts, minds and imaginations of children and adults alike, while inspiring a love of music.

Emily McKnight

Emily McKnight is a Sydney based actor, musician and children’s entertainer.

After completing a Bachelor of Creative Arts and English at Macquarie University, she studied acting at the Actors Centre Australia, which she completed in 2015.

George Ellis

George Ellis has conducted some of Australia’s best symphony orchestras, choirs, opera and musical theatre productions. He conducted at the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Sydney Olympic Games for an international television audience of 3.8 billion people and conducted for Queen Elizabeth II on live national television and has performed with international artists including Lou Reed.

He has conducted the Sydney Symphony, The Queensland Orchestra, the Tasmanian Symphony and the West Australian Symphony Orchestras - the latter in conjunction with popular band Augie March. He was Musical Director for stage productions such as Snugglepot and Cuddlepie for Belvoir Street Theatre, Associate Musical Director for Man of La Mancha for John Frost Productions starring Anthony Warlow and Caroline O’Connor and Assistant Conductor to Simone Young for Opera Australia’s production of La Traviata.