Coming Concerts

2023 Concerts at the Concourse

Greig & Tchaikovsky

Saturday 11 March, 7:00pm

NSW Secondary Schools Concerto Competition - Finals Concert

Sunday 25 June, 3:00pm

Verdi Requiem

Sunday 3 September, 3:00pm

2023 Concerts in Ku-ring-gai

Free Sunday Afternoon Chamber Music

Sunday 23 April, 3:00pm


Sunday 21 May, 2:00pm & 3:30pm

Concerto Competition Finalists

Sunday 6 August, 3:00pm

Emerging Composer Workshops

Tuesdays 5, 12, 19 September, 7:30pm

Beethovens 5th

Sunday 19 November, 3:00pm

Help Support the KPO

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Donations to KPO will help support the creation of music for young audiences, talented young soloists, the community of Ku-ring-gai and you, if you come to our concerts or play in the orchestra …
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<hr/>Help Support the KPO
The KPO is a truly community-based orchestra. A KPO receives a modest grant from Ku-ring-gai Council and no on-going financial support is received from the State or Federal governments. Each year more than 90% of the Orchestra’s funding must be sourced from ticket sales, from the support of many individuals and from community-minded companies.
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About the KPO

<hr/>About the KPO
The Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic Orchestra enjoys an unrivalled reputation:
  • For superb presentations of exciting, interesting music.
  • For innovative, community-focussed programs - including the NSW Secondary Schools Concerto Competition, Kids' Proms concerts, its Composer Workshops, and commissions of special works from leading Australian composers.
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Music for Hire
KPO has an extensive library of orchestral music which is available for hire to other orchestras.For details contact our Music Librarian.
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<hr/>About the KPO
The Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic Orchestra (KPO) was founded in 1971 by the Chinese-Australian conductor Helen Quach, with the support of the Ku-ring-gai Municipal Council and the Australian Council of the Arts, under the patronage of Alderman J.F. Bennett (Mayor of Ku-ring-gai), Sir Charles Moses (ABC), Rex Hobcroft (Director of the N.S.W. Conservatorium of Music), Sir Bernard Heinze and John Hopkins (both conductors of the SSO).
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