Classics at Old Laravale School

Angel Strings are performing at Old Laravale School
Angel Strings are performing at Old Laravale School

String quartet Angel Strings return to the Old Laravale School for a twilight performance on 23 September.

Last year the popular musicians performed in June and host Wendy Lohmann has scheduled this year’s concert to take advantage of the beautiful spring weather.

With her B&B and retreat, the Old Laravale School, offering the perfect setting for this event, she has organised her dream concert and invites everyone for an afternoon of pop and classical music.

The performance begins at 5pm (arrival from 4.30pm) with a selection of pop favourites including hits by the Beatles, the Bee Gees and more.

Following interval, a selection of classical pieces will culminate with Wendy’s favourite piece, Spring by Vivaldi.

Wendy has timed this concert to perfection, with the official sunset scheduled for 5.45pm – ensuring the evening will be a magical experience.

Angel Strings was born in 2004 from a passion for bringing beautiful music to as many contexts as possible.

Regular performers of a broad classical repertoire, Angel Strings have also developed a reputation for their edgy renditions of modern works and pop/rock arrangements. 

They have a unique ability to connect with a wide audience, having played on the Brisbane City Hall main stage, for Musica Viva CountryWide, at the Spark Bar of the Brisbane Powerhouse and at the Melbourne Crown Casino.  

Angel Strings musicians have shared the stage with performers Nigel Kennedy, Andrea Bocelli, Kanye West, Eminem, Il Divo, Archie Roach and William Barton.

Wendy has partnered with local cafe Teaspoons & Aprons to provide nibbles on arrival and a fresh spring supper, and local wines Bunjurgen Estate Winery will be available for purchase.

Take a seat and be entranced for a couple of hours in the beautiful Scenic Rim.

Tickets are $95 and are available from

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