On the 21st of May 2024, St John's Cathedral in Brisbane will host a captivating performance by UQ Winds, under the skilled direction of Brian Catchlove. The ensemble will present a varied program, including Mozart's Divertimento KV252, specially arranged for clarinets by Reinier van der Wal, and featuring movements such as Andante, Menuetto, Polonaise Andante, and Presto Assai. The program also includes Franz Krommer's lively Octet - Partita op.57 and Maurice Ravel's enchanting Ma mère l’Oye, arranged by Marnix van den Berg, which promises to transport the audience through a fairytale landscape.

This performance not only showcases the exceptional talents of UQ's musicians, including soloists on oboe, bassoon, clarinet, horn, and other instruments, but also highlights the depth of the university's commitment to the arts. UQ Winds, consisting of students, staff and alumni, exemplifies the rich musical education and vibrant cultural contributions of the University of Queensland. This event offers a wonderful opportunity for the community to experience the beauty and intricacy of classical music, performed by rising and established artists alike.


373 Ann St, Brisbane City QLD 4000
St John's Cathedral