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Connections—Autism Fundraising Concert

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  • Adult: $25.00 ea
  • Adult (group price—5 or more): $20.00 ea
  • Student: $10.00 ea
  • Child (12 years and under): $5.00 ea
  • Additional fees may apply
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Join us for a classical music concert on 7pm, Monday 2nd of August @OBHS Auditorium with award-winning young musicians and well-known artists in Dunedin, featuring Heleen du Plessis, John van Buskirk, Tom McGrath, and Emily Sterk. They will be playing a diverse range of works including those by Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Faure, Ravel, Gottschalk, and Schramm. This fundraising concert also features this year’s NZCT Chamber Music Contest Otago District winner, Eccentrioties, who made it to the national finals and will be performing a New Zealand work, “Ahi”, by Gareth Farr.

For tickets, please fill out this form, or email, or cash at the door from 6:30pm. The ticket prices are $25 for an adult, $20 for an adult (group price—5 or more), $10 for a student, $5 for a child (12 years and under).

All proceeds will benefit Otago Children's Autism Support Group (a group that funds ABA therapy for local autism children) and Autism NZ (a national autism organisation that supports families by engaging in autism education and free services).

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