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Tue 17 Sep

Lord Mayor's City Hall Concerts
Making Daybreak

Brisbane City Council proudly presents a special series of Lord Mayor’s City Hall Concerts for Brisbane Festival

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Lord Mayor's City Hall Concerts Making Daybreak

Soaring vocals and breathtaking strings in a powerful exploration of hardship, strength and connection

Join us at City Hall for a special concert featuring some of Queensland's most treasured musicians and composers.

A stunning voice on the international scene, Pauline Maudy is an accomplished French-Australian songwriter and performer who embraces music that promotes human connection. For this concert, she presents songs inspired by human resilience crafted in collaboration with internationally renowned composer Robert Davidson. Together, they weave the human experience into a collection of soulful songs, conjuring melodies and lyrics that delve into hardship, strength, and connection. The songs are brought to life by Black Square String Quartet, bolstering Pauline’s powerful vocals.

Pauline Maudy was named Artist of the Year in the Australian Folk Music Awards Award for her contribution to folk music in Australia and abroad and has received multiple Queensland Music Awards for her songwriting.


Price

Free, non-ticketed

Times

12:00pm

Duration

55 minutes

Where

Brisbane City Hall ›
64 Adelaide St,
Brisbane City QLD 4000

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Accessibility

Wheelchair Accessible

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With a plethora of notches on her belt, Maudy paves the way for hungry minds eager to satiate their musical, cultural and intellectual appetites.

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How to get there

Brisbane City Hall ›
64 Adelaide St,
Brisbane City QLD 4000

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