With the river as backdrop, join Brisbane’s own Pride Choir for an evening of local and world songs about place and family and justice and belonging.
The concert will premiere a commissioned work, Mianjin Millen, introduced by Melbourne’s Benjamin Leske. “Including Yuggera language and scored for SATB chorus, piano, clapsticks and percussion, my composition celebrates the unity of singing within a diverse community, the layers of identity and the unique history of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people in Brisbane.”
Led by musical director Tim Smetham, the Brisbane Pride Choir is proud to perform during
National Reconciliation Week and as part of the State Library’s year of activities around the question: Who are we, what connects us to Queensland, and how do we belong?
Saturday 28 May | 6PM | Tickets: $12 | Red Box, State Library of Queensland