Our Lord Mayor’s City Hall Concerts for your free lunchtime concert in the City Hall from February through to November every Tuesday from 12-1pm. Concerts are FREE!



Andrews Sisters Tribute – Tuesday 2 April
The original Andrews Sisters trio active during WW2, spread joy through patriotic duties, war-time entertainment, and autograph for troops. This ensemble revives their classic tunes like ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy’, ‘Rum & Coca Cola’ & ‘Chattanooga Choo Choo,’ featuring lively vocals, backing riffs from the Boogie Beatu Horns, and a swinging rhythm section. With a mix of modern tunes in the original Andrews Sisters’ style, the show is suitable for the younger audiences. Whether it’s a trip down memory lane or something more recent, join us for a memorable experience!

Celtic Queens – Tuesday 9 April
Immerse yourself in the Celtic sounds of Susanna O’Leary and Wendy Lang. Blending their lush vocals, Susanna and Wendy will perform classics like ‘Danny Boy’, contemporary favourites like The Corrs’, ‘Runaway’ and Enya’s ‘May It Be’, and upbeat instrumental jigs. Susanna and Wendy have performed at Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane Powerhouse, Woodford Folk Festival, Mosaic Festival, Valley Fiesta, and more. In recent years, they have been regularly spotted performing St Patrick’s Day shows on the Queen Street Mall Main Stage.

From East to West – Tuesday 16 April
This concert will include a selection of melodious works for flute (Dr Karen Lonsdale), cello (Renat Yusupov), and piano (Dr Hila Yusupov) by composers from the East to the West. Then enjoy a fascinating musical trip with Francis Gilfedder around the monsoonal countries of India, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Australia, China, and Japan. Experience a diverse set of traditional flutes and other instruments, including the tabla, pungi, or snake charmer’ danmoi jaw harp, crafted from a Vietnam War bullet, and the khaen, an ancestor of the pipe organ.

Aaron Jansz Presents: The Music of Rogers and Hart – Tuesday 23 April
Composer Richard Rogers and lyricist Lorenz Hart created 28 stage musicals and over 500 songs, many of which have become established classics within ‘The Great American Songbook’. Some of their century-old songs have been performed and recorded by artists including Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Miles Davis, Harry Connick Jr., and Diana Krall. Performed by an exceptional ensemble of Brisbane musicians, led by drummer Aaron Jansz, this program celebrates the prolific duo’s work, featuring original and inspired arrangements of classic show tunes, including songs from Babe in Arms, The Boy From Syracuse and Pal Joey.

Carnivale Tropicale – Tuesday 30 April
Evoke Dance and Theatre Company will fill your senses with an extravagant celebration of the rich and colourful cultures of South America and the Caribbean embracing music and dance.

Queensland Police Pipes & Drums – Tuesday 7 May
The Queensland Police Pipes & Drums (QPP&D) was originally formed in 1958 by a keen and committed group of police officers wishing to both represent the QPS and compete in pipe band competitions. Today, the QPP&D’s professional musicians perform at official engagements such as Police and Corrective Services graduations, Government House events, Anzac Day and National Police Remembrance Day, enhancing formal proceedings. QPP&D serves the Queensland community by regularly performing at charity and community events. QPP&D perform at Retirement Living and Aged Care facilities providing crime prevention information to residents as well as performing their Kops in Kilts program at primary schools, featuring old favourites such as ‘The Black Bear’ and ‘Scotland the Brave,’ and surprising many with their energetic take on ‘The Mexican Hat Dance’.

Guitarra e Cuarteto – Tuesday 14 May
In collaboration with the Black Square Quartet, Spanish guitarist Andrew Veivers presents a program of new music inspired by his life, relationships and connection to community. One of Australia’s finest Spanish guitarists, Andrew Veivers has established himself as a director, producer, concert artist and composer of the highest calibre. He is joined on stage by the Black Square Quartet featuring Camille Barry (Violin), Sarah Curro (Violin), Michael Patterson (Viola) and Dan Curro (Cello).

A Celebration of Great Piano Music: Lev Vlassenko Piano Academy 2024 – Tuesday 21 May
The Lev Vlassenko Piano Academy presents a special piano celebration concert, featuring selected Piano Academy participants including the upcoming 2024 Lev Vlassenko and Young Lev Vlassenko Piano Competitions, with well-known and loved piano works. The 2024 competitions feature the finest young pianists aged between 6 and 30, from across Australia and New Zealand, competing at an international level. The Grand Finals will feature six Finalists – three from each competition – performing with the acclaimed Queensland Symphony Orchestra on 13 July 2024.

Classic Brass and Majestic Organ – Tuesday 28 May
Experience timeless elegance with the power of classic brass and pipe organ music and join the Queensland Conservatorium of Music Brass Ensemble through musical history, featuring well-known classics and iconic movie themes, including the beautiful Saint Saens Symphony No. 3 in C Minor. Conducted by Howard Taylor, the ensemble returns along with Churchill Fellowship recipient and organist for St. Stephens Cathedral, Dominic Perissinotto, performing on the famous Father Henry Willis Organ.