• Artistry


Recorded on July 30 in the Concert Hall of the Old Museum


Promenade | Modest Mussorgsky
Colours | Roger Cichy
The Mask of Zorro | James Horner
Carmen Fantasie Brilliante | Francois Borne
Tempest Rising | David Jones
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse| Randall D. Standridge
Moon River | Henry Mancini
New York | Nigel Hess
Csardas | Vittorio Monti
Curtain Call | John Wasson


Join Queensland Wind and Brass in our first major concert of the year: Landscapes. 

Prepare to swing through the jungle, swim with the Loch Ness Monster, and slide down the Mississippi in an epic collection of mesmerising landscapes.  

Recorded on April 22 in the Concert Hall of the Old Museum


Landscapes | Rossano Galante
By Loch and Mountain | Robert W. Smith
The River Nile | Liam Booth ***Premiere Performance***
Overture to an Endless Summer | Kara Williams
The Fly | Oscar Navarro
Slidin’ Down the Mississippi | Clifton Taylor
Along an English Countryside | Richard L. Saucedo
Trail of Tears | James Barnes
Jungle Fantasy | Naohira Iwai
Ease on Down the Road | Charles Small


Pomp and Ceremony
Experience the final Queensland Wind and Brass performance for 2023 that will take you on a journey from the foggy shores of Britain to the red dirt of Australia.

Celebrate the best of British Pomp along with well-loved Ceremonial sounds, songs and stories from Australia.

Special guests include Queensland Police Pipes and Drums.


A Royal Fanfare | Alisa Jones
Seventeen Come Sunday | R. Vaugh Williams
First Light at Uluru | Katia Beaugeais
Music for the Royal Fireworks Selections | G.F. Handel
Sailing | Gavin Sutherland
Pomp and Circumstance No. 1 | Edward Elgar
Olympia Australia | Sean O’Boyle
Kosciuszko | Brendan Collins
The Earle of Oxford’s March | William Byrd
Bushdance | Ralph Hultgren
Swingin’ Matilda | Graham Lloyd
You’re the Voice | Qunta, Ryder, Reid & Thompson

Silver and Gold
Settle in for what was a sparkling Sunday afternoon session with Queensland Wind and Brass as we bring you a selection of golden oldies, well loved pieces from the stage & silver screen, as well as tributes to friends with hearts of gold


Sing, Sing, Sing | Benny Goodman
Selections from Wicked | Stephen Swartz
An American in Paris | George Gershwin
Remembering a Friend | Martyn Hancock
Disney Fantasy | Naohiro Iwai
In the Mood | Glenn Miller
See Rock City | Brant Karrick
Four Dances from West Side Story | Leonard Bernstein
Yesterday | Lennon and McCartney
Pirates of the Caribbean | Klaus Badelt