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The Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra will perform at the Coolum Civic Centre on April 14.
The Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra will perform at the Coolum Civic Centre on April 14. Contributed

THE annual Symphony by the Sea concert returns to Coolum next month. Featuring the Sunshine Coast Symphony Orchestra, it will be held at the Coolum Civic Centre on April 14 from 2pm.

The orchestra (under the baton of conductor, teacher and adjudicator Adrian King) is committed to bringing quality classical and contemporary music to the people of the Sunshine Coast.

Founded in 1972 by the late Olive Frame, the orchestra is now in its 40th concert season.

Tickets can be bought in advance at the Bank of Queensland in Birtwill St, Coolum or at Annie's Books on Peregian, Kingfisher Dr, Peregian Beach for the discounted price of $18 per adult.

Prices at the door are $23 for adults and $18 for seniors and students. Children under 12 are admitted free.

Wine, cheese and afternoon tea is included in the ticket price, with prizes to be won.

For more information, phone 5446 5484 or 5446 4493 or email publicity@developmentwatch.org.au.

Symphony by the Sea is the major annual fundraiser for community watchdog Development Watch.

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