2020 Concerts


Given the rapid developments regarding COVID-19 management and control and the recommended action of social distancing, Symphony Central Coast regrets to announce the cancellation of their upcoming concert ‘Majestic Elegance’ scheduled for Sunday June 21st.

SCC is committed to ensuring the health and well-being of all patrons and musicians and this was a very difficult and disappointing decision to make.

Symphony Central Coast is working hard to ensure that we are doing all we can to mitigate the impact on the orchestra and our community and to ensure that our long-term survival and position as one of the Central Coast’s most important cultural organisations is sustained.

This is an unprecedented time of crisis for live music so we ask any ticket holders to consider a donation to the orchestra in lieu of a refund. Everyone who has purchased a ticket for this concert or a subscription will be contacted over the coming days to discuss the options.

We trust that life will return to normal at some point and we can get back to doing what we love doing which is providing you with a diverse range of live symphonic music and showcasing brilliant soloists right here on the Central Coast.

Bookings are being accepted for Concerts 3 and 4 at this point however depending on the progress of the virus containment measures they also may need to be cancelled. We are also considering an additional end of year Xmas concert on Dec 20.

We will advise as soon as there are any new developments.

November Concert Preview

Here’s a sneak preview of our November concert (virus permitting), all created in isolation! Thanks, Buster, for the inspiration.


Sunday 20th September, 2020, 2:30pm at the Performing Arts Centre, Central Coast Grammar School

Lili Boulanger – D’un matin de printemps

Concerto Competition- Four Finalists

Smetana – The Moldau

Stunning technique, amazing virtuosity, sublime outreach – tomorrow’s stars performing today. Four young musicians unleash formidable musicianship as they take the next step toward their future. Plus Smetana’s evocation of the flow of the Vltava River and the charmingly playful One Spring Morning from Lili Boulanger.




Sunday 22nd November, 2020, 2:30pm at the Performing Arts Centre, Central Coast Grammar School

Korngold – The Seahawk opening titles

Caitlin Yeo – The Butterfly Tree

Bryony Marks – Cloudstreet Suite

John Williams – Jaws

Keaton/Stanke – The Goat

Hans Zimmer – Gladiator

Kyls Burtland – Zero

Howard Shore – Lord of the Rings suite

Australian film music from Caitlin Yeo, Bryony Marks, Kyls Burtland and Gerard Mack, new music for Buster Keaton’s perennial classic The Goat, plus The Seahawk, Lord of the Rings, Gladiator and Jaws. You can almost smell the popcorn and taste the Choc Top!