2 years ago

When:
3 June, 2016

Location:
UNSW Science Theatre

Organised by:
UNSW Medical Society (MedSoc)


UNSW Medical Music Society is excited to announce that we will be holding our very first concert on the 3rd of June 7:30pm at the Science Theatre, UNSW!
Active Locums Pty Ltd The Inaugural Aneurhythms presents the weakening vessel of medical students and friends over 12 weeks culminating in a rupture of rhythms by the UNSW Medical Orchestra and Choir. Under the direction of experienced conductors, Luis Fernando Madrid and Jeremy Kindl, this concert will be raising funds and awareness for Bear Cottage an initiative of The Children's Hospital at Westmead, the only children's hospice in NSW.
So get a group of friends to come along and spread the word! It's sure to be a berry great night with our very own Professor of Pathology Rakesh Kumar as MC.

A pulsating programme including Mozart Symphony No. 38, Circle of Willi--ams (Tribute to John Williams medley), Baba Yetu (from "Civilization IV") and many more.

Arc $10, students $15, adults $20, under 12y free

For every ticket bought, go in the running to win the new 3M™ Littmann® Classic III™ Stethoscope (kindly donated by 3M Australlia for a medical student; valued at $140+) or a $25 "The Sydney String Centre" giftcard!"