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Cancelled and Replaced: Tomorrow is a Brand New Day

Cancelled and Replaced

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Orchestra Victoria’s originally scheduled performance, “Tomorrow is a brand New Day” will now be replaced with a captivating presentation of “Little Puggle’s Song.” We want to assure you that the essence of our gathering remains unchanged, and we are committed to bringing you an experience filled with the same warmth and enchantment.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Venue and Time: The event will still take place at the Tatura Library, on Thursday, 18th of April, from 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM.
  • About the Show: Instead of the live reading of “Tomorrow is a brand New Day” we are thrilled to present “Little Puggle’s Song.” This beautiful narrative will be brought to life by the talented Janet McLeod, promising an engaging and memorable experience for all attendees.

We deeply appreciate your understanding and flexibility. Orchestra Victoria is excited to share this special moment with you, celebrating the joy and magic of storytelling through music and narration. We look forward to welcoming you to a heartwarming performance of “Little Puggle’s Song.”

For any further information or assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us:


Introduce your children to the magic of live music with Orchestra Victoria!

by Orchestra Victoria

An uplifting and fun tribute to learning and growing — to making mistakes and making amends — Tomorrow is a Brand-New Day is a message of hope: hard days come and go, but love is with us always. Set to the sounds of woodwind and percussion instruments, this new work by composer Alan John brings Davina Bell and Allison Colpoy’s charming picture book to life.

This short, interactive session is a perfect first musical experience for young people aged 5-8, the audience are invited to participate in the storytelling and learn about all the different instruments being played.

The performance includes:

• A live reading of a giant format book by a children’s entertainer
• Musical accompaniment that brings the action and emotion of the book to life
• Interactive elements for the audience that teach about music and music making (eg. sound effect making with body percussion, actions, call and response)

Don’t miss this opportunity to experience this musical story time, they’ll be singing and dancing all the way home!




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