The Townsville Symphony Orchestra appears to have only played in two concerts in 1927
Townsville Daily Bulletin Wed 10 Aug 1927
The Townsville Symphony Orchestra which comprises twenty of Townsville’s leading instrumentalists, will hold its initial concert in the Wintergarden Theatre, on Friday evening, August 19th, the net proceeds being donated to the Ambulance funds. The orchestra will be assisted by a number of our leading vocalists, and an attractive programme has been arranged.
W I N T E R G A R D E N TH E A T R E,
FRIDAY, 19th AUGUST. 1927. FRIDAY, 19tH AUGUST, 1927.
TOWNSVILLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA of 20 Performers assisted
by Leading Local Artists.
PROCEEDS IN AID OF AMBULANCE FUNDS.
Tickets: 1/-; 2/; Reserves: 3/. Tickets: 1/-; 2/; Reserves: 3/.
Townsville Daily Bulletin Wed 17 Aug 1927
FRIDAY NEXT, AUGUST 19th.
GRANT CONCERT IN AID OF AMBULANCE FUNDS.
TOWNSVILLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.
Miss Annie Salbay (Soprano). Mr, Dave Foley (Baritone).
Miss Maisie Tuesley (Contralto). Mr. Sid Patterson (Tenor).
Miss Celia O’Reilly (Elocutionist). Mr. Peers Elliott (Baritone).
Mr. C. H. Taylor (Elocutionist).
TICKETS: 1/. 2/, (Reserved) 3/.
SEATS MAY BE RESERVED AT THEATRE ROYAL
C. H. TAYLOR, Conductor.
GEO PENGELLY, Hon. Sec.
Townsville Daily Bulletin Mon 28 Nov 1927
TOWNSVILLE’S GREATEST CONCERT
AT THE WINTERGARDEN.
TO-MORROW EVENING (TUEBDAY). 29th NOVEMBER (ST. ANDREW’S DAY EVE).
In Aid of Railway Estate State School Funds.
Sweet Music. Graceful Dancing.
Come and hear the popular Railway Band in their test piece ‘Cornish
Coast, also Townsville’s Clever Symphony Orchestra.
Reserves (3/) at St. George’s — Book To-day.
Townsville Daily Bulletin Tues 29 Nov 1927
TOWNSVILLE’S GREATEST CONCERT.
TO-NIGHT — TUESDAY, 29th NOV. — TO-NIGHT.
SCOTTISH SONGS AND DANCING IN HONOR ST. ANDREWS DAY
Proceeds in aid of Railway Estate State School Fund.
Programme includes Items by Townsville’s greatest Soloists, Scottish
Association’s Cleverest Dancers, Graceful Eurythmic Display and Choral
Singing by Railway Estate Junior Choir, and
Selections by the Popular Railway Band and Townsville Fine
NOTE: The Railway Band will render Selections outside the
Wintergarden from 7.30 p.m. till 8 p.m. and during the evening will play
“Cornish Coast.” which is the test piece for the forthcoming Sydney Champion
BOOK YOUR SEATS STRAIGHT AWAY.
PRICES: 3/ (Reserved), 2/ and Children 1/ (all parts).