Queensland Symphony Orchestra has a sensational season of sound in store for autumn, from hip-hop to Handel and trombone to T-Rex, guaranteed to keep audiences warm as the temperature (finally) heads south.

The Jurassic Park live movie experience headlines the season. On Saturday 27 April, Queensland Symphony Orchestra will perform the entire Jurassic Park soundtrack live with the film projected in HD at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. It is an epic concert for the whole family, 65 million years in the making.

The annual The Last Night of the Proms concert is an iconic British institution and on Saturday 4 May, Queensland Symphony Orchestra combines the traditional elements of the Royal Albert Hall event with a uniquely Australian touch.

On Friday 10 and Saturday 11 May, Johannes Fritzsch, Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s Conductor Laureate will conduct Bruckner’s ravishing seventh symphony, a spiritual odyssey of dark cosmic power rich in melodic beauty. In the second half of this Cathedral of Sound concert, enjoy one of Mozart’s most treasured works, piano concerto No.23 with Queensland’s own luminary, Piers Lane on piano.

In Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s Kings and Queens concert on Sunday 19 May, audiences will lose themselves in the opulent and triumphant world of royalty, with a feast of processions, waltzes and marches, including the ever-popular Entrance of the Queen of Sheba by Handel. This is the perfect way to celebrate the one year anniversary of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex!

To round off this dynamic and genre-hopping autumn season, look no further than superstar hip-hop trio Thundamentals who are joining the Queensland Symphony Orchestra on Friday 24 May to perform I Love Songs: A Night At The Symphony. This concert will be a re-imagining of their acclaimed album I Love Songs, as well as a chance to hear some of their most-loved hits from the past decade.