Queensland Music Festival’s ‘The World According to Brass’ Concert was part of the G20 Cultural Celebrations, featuring Queensland Conservatorium’s Con Artists, Elly Hoyt, Brisbane Excelsior Band, South Brisbane Federal Band, Brisbane Brass, The Queensland Highlanders, Queensland Irish Association Pipe Band, City of Brisbane Pipe Band, The University of Queensland Pipe Band, The Redlands Sporting Club Pipe Band, The Queensland Choir, Chrislyn Hamilton, Jessie Johnson, Marcel Ringuet & special guest James Morrison.
Here is a little snapshot of Elly Hoyt and James Morrison performing ‘On the other side’, an original composition from Elly.
Elly is bringing out her second album and Pozible crowd funding is helping her to bring it to fruition. Please support this beautiful girl with a beautiful voice!
Link to Elly’s Pozible campaign
I finally got the green light to release this video! A big thank you to the organisers of Moreton Bay City Council’s Decades Festival! The day began at 1pm with live music, the vintage car show, and all things retro…. And ended with The Seekers and John Farnham playing their hits from the decades!
Check out the clip below if you missed it!
It was a stunning evening in Brisbane to enjoy the musical delights of Elly Hoyt and James Morrison, as part of the G20 Cultural Celebrations, at Riverstage. The lovely Elly looked and sounded sensational!
Im not sure who filmed this footage, but working with Miss Mandy on this edit has been such a delight!
“Thanks for your wonderful talent and extremely fast turnaround. It was a pleasure working with you and I look forward to more creative fun in the future”. Miss Mandy xx