Queensland Music Festival

Twilight in the Red Box

Sit back and watch the sun set over the Brisbane river while listening to classical greats in this intimate concert series.

An intimate concert series at sunset featuring the Tinalley String Quartet and UQ School of Music.

Join us for a series of intimate twilight concerts showcasing brand new classical music from renowned Australian and international composers, and performances by some of Australia’s finest musicians and rising stars.

Internationally renowned classical music export the Tinalley String Quartet will perform masterpieces from their repertoire in the opening concert of the series on 7 July. Acclaimed for their addictive sound and intuitive music making, these virtuosic musicians have enraptured audiences across the globe.

On Sunday 14 & 21 July, concert programs curated by University of Queensland Cello Performance Fellow, Patrick Murphy, will feature instrumental and vocal performances from students of the University of Queensland’s School of Music and take audiences on a transportive musical journey spanning seven centuries.

Sit back and watch the sun set over the Brisbane river and cityscape while listening to the music of classical greats in this intimate concert series.

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Dates & Times

Date Times
Sunday 7 July 5:30pm - 8:00pm
Sunday 14 July 5:30pm - 8:00pm
Sunday 21 July 5:30pm - 8:00pm

The Venue

The Red Box, State Library of Queensland

Address

Cultural Precinct, Stanley Pl,
South Brisbane
QLD 4101
Australia

The captivating Red Box is a particularly unique venue. The space is encased in floor-to-ceiling windows, giving the impression of being suspended over the Brisbane River.

Providing an absolutely stunning location set against the dramatic city skyline at night, the Red Box is a hidden treasure and the perfect space for intimate, high-impact events.

Tiered wooden seating leads down to the Red Box, ideal for guest seating at your ceremony, presentation or performance. 

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