win 1 of 2 dbl passes to karakorum - a musical journey with the australian brandenburg orchestra at qpac

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THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.

Thanks to the generosity of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, two lucky Must Do Brisbane readers will each win a double pass (A-Reserve seating, valued at $194) to Karakorum, A Musical Journey being performed at QPAC in the Concert Hall on Tuesday August 7 at 7.30pm.

For this one-night only Brisbane show, La Camera delle Lacrime will join the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra in a performance that follows one man's quest - that of William of Rubruck - to convert the Great Khan to Christianity in the Mongol capital, Karakorum. 

This hauntingly-beautiful show will transport you through the travels of William of Rubuck's vast 13th century trip. From west to east, from concert hall to theatre, you will enjoy a mysterious, cultural and spiritual journey.

To be in the draw to win this wonderful prize, ENTER BELOW and good luck! This competition will close on July 2, 2018 so don't miss out!

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