The Redland Sinfonia will perform it's second concert of the year inspired by the many forms of water at RPAC on June 12.
The show called Stormy Weather will take patrons through a severe weather event, performing compositions from major musicians like Beethoven and Mozart.
Prize-wining pianist Catherine Guinevere Lynagh will join the orchestra to perform a solo.
Lynagh has also performed solos with the Queensland and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras, touring Australia and New Zealand. Her work is also broadcast regularly on ABC Classic FM.
The show will begin with the approaching storm, Beethoven's The Storm from Symphony No 6 Pastoral, featured in Walt Disney's Fantasia which builds into a furious storm.
Next, Khachaturian's Adagio of Spartacus and Phyrgia, also the theme to the popular 70's show The Onedin Line, will let the audience experience the drama on sea and land.
The program returns to land with Smenta's The Moldau, a descriptive piece about the Bohemian composer's homeland following rivers and streams in Prague.
Lynagh will perform one of Motzart's most dramatic works, Piano Concerto no 20 in D minor, to bring the audience into the eye of the storm.
The show will reach a magnificent crescendo from the masters of the sea with Badelt's Pirate's of the Caribbean.
The concert follows the release of the short film Five Moons of Pluto, for which Redland Sinfonia's Greame Denniss wrote the music.
The concert follows the release of the short film Five Moons of Pluto, for which Redland Sinfonia's Greame Denniss wrote the music
The soundtrack, composed and conducted by Denniss and recorded in the RPAC Concert Hall won best original score to a short film in a Chile film festival.
The concert will take place at 2pm on June 12 at RPAC Concert Hall. Tickets available on the day and from the RPAC website or phone 3829 8131. Adults $33, concession $27, student $15, groups 10+ $25.