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The Cardinia Civic Concert Band is giving visitors the chance to witness one of Australia’s most versatile performers.
Singer/actress Silvie Paladini will join the musicians in the two-show series Silvie Paladino Live in Concert with the Cardinia Civic Concert Band.
Silvie is well-known for her performances in stage productions of Les Miserables and The King and I, and regularly features on national television.
Her performances with CCCB will coincide with its annual concert at the Cardinia Cultural Centre.
The concert series Silvie Paladino Live in Concert with the Cardinia Civic Concert Band will be held on 22 and 23 July at 7pm and 2pm respectively.
More information on how to purchase tickets can be found on the Cardinia Civic Concert Band’s website and Facebook page or alternately call 0414 451 384 or email secretary@cardiniacivicconcertband.com.au.
Aspiring musicians of all ages and abilities are also welcome to join the Cardinia Civic Concert Band, which rehearses on Tuesday evenings in the band rooms at Army Road Hall, Pakenham, at 7.30pm.
Phone the above number for more information.

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