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The Australian Doctors Orchestra has chosen to perform its first concert of the year at Orange Civic Theatre, on March 15.
Orange surgeons Dr Sam Kwa and Dr Ian Carter will join the orchestra, as will Dr Kwa's two daughters, violinist Rachael and medical student Rebekah.
Rachael Kwa, who has been studying at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and will soon begin studies at the Melbourne's Australian Academy of Music, will be principal guest soloist, featuring in Erich Korngold's Violin Concerto in D Minor.
"To be able to play with an orchestra is amazing - it's all different sounds you don't get from playing with a piano," she said.
Miss Kwa's partner, Carlo Antonioli, will conduct the orchestra.
The orchestra's concerts raise money for charity and for the Orange concert, it decided to support Orange Push for Palliative.
President Jenny Hazelton said the money raised would go towards planting out the garden at Uniting Parkwood once the drought lifted, to benefit those in palliative care and their families.
Orange Regional Conservatorium has donated rehearsal space in the lead-up to the concert.
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