Musical Melodies 2020 announced

DIAMOND: Redland performer Ludy Sigrist plays the hits of Neil Diamond as one of the Merry Melodies shows at RPAC on April 15.

DIAMOND: Redland performer Ludy Sigrist plays the hits of Neil Diamond as one of the Merry Melodies shows at RPAC on April 15.

CAMPFIRE: Darren Coggan presents Campfire on October 21.

CAMPFIRE: Darren Coggan presents Campfire on October 21.

The popular Musical Melodies concert series returns to Redland Performing Arts Centre in 2020 with another great line-up of performances.

This concert series is designed for local seniors and pensioners and caters for guests with special needs or who require assistance when attending events at the centre.

Kicking off the season in February,the Mad Maestros promise a virtuoso performance on piano with more than a dollop of hilarity. Renowned pianist David Scheel (Don't Shoot Me, I'm Only the Piano Player) celebrates 25 of music's greatest and weirdest personalitiesat 2pm on Saturday, February 15.

Redland performer Ludy Sigrist and a live eight-piece band pays tribute to Neil Diamond with Beautiful Noise - The Life and Music of Neil Diamond at 11am on Wednesday, April 15.

Decades of Broadway will then be combined in one spectacular show, The Broadway I Love at 11amon Wednesday, June 17. Musical Melodies favourites, Roy Best (Lanza Sings Again, Caruso to Carreras) and Alison Jones (Caruso to Carreras, Pirates to Pinafore), will return with a selection of iconic songs from much-loved Broadway musicals. They promise music from Phantom of The Opera, Les Misérables, The Sound of Music and Cats.

Sharon Rowntree offers her sell-out Dusty and the Divas show at 2pm on Saturday, August 22. This is a fabulous tribute to the divas that shaped the '60s and beyond including Cilla Black, Sandie Shaw, Petula Clark, Lulu and Dusty Springfield.

To finish the year Darren Coggan (Peace Train - The Cat Stevens Story) invites you to take a seat by the campfire for a morning of iconic country music songs. He offers sing-along classics from Glen Campbell, James Taylor, John Denver and Cat Stevens, all beautifully recreated for a fireside experience at 11am on Wednesday, October 21.

Complimentary tea, coffee and a biscuit are provided before each performance. The Sundial café will also be open.

Tickets for seniors/pensioners are $25, and $22 per person for groups of 10 or more or for people booking for all five shows. Adult tickets are $31. Book on rpac.com.au or phone 3829 8131 (booking fees are $5 online and $4.30 by phone per transaction).

WIN:Redland City Bulletin has one double pass (value $62) to give away to show of your choice. To be in the draw to win, enter your details below by 9am on Monday, January 6, 2020. Please specify the preferred show. Conditions may apply. Winners will be contacted by a representative from RPAC and their names announced online.