The Australian Doctors Orchestra
Glasshouse, Port Macquarie
Sunday, 29th March 2015

The Australian Doctors' Orchestra is a unique national fellowship of doctors and medical students who are also classically trained musicians. Since their first concert in 1993, the orchestra has played a concert every year and in every state to raise funds for a variety of medical charities. Recently they have started to hold concerts in regional centres and this was their first visit to Port Macquarie.

In this concert they were raising money for the Australian Centre for Arts and Health to fund a creative ageing program at Port Macquarie Base Hospital, and also for the Unicorn Foundation to support vital research into neuroendocrine cancer.

Hastings Choristers Cantorus choir was delighted to perform Brahms' choral work Nänie with the ADO in the first half of this concert.

ADO concert program March 2015

Hastings Choristers welcomes all those who wish to sing at a performance level whether experienced or accomplished.

As a mixed voice SATB choir (Soprano/Alto/Tenor/Bass) there is a place for all voices in CANTORUS. All singers, especially men, are warmly and enthusiastically welcomed to pursue their love of singing at our weekly rehearsals held at MacKillop Senior College Hall, Ocean Drive, Port Macquarie.