On Saturday 20th August 2016 approximately 120 people attended Freemasons Hall for an uplifting evening of music provided by the renowned musicians of the South Australian Police "Off the Cuff Band" and the "Tutti Choir".  The repertoire included a mix of traditional and contemporary classical music, gospel, jazz, rock and pop. There was something for everyone!


The Police Band headed up the evening with some familiar Australiana tunes.  In between songs the lead singers kept the audience amused with a range of jokes mixed in with policing messages to keep everyone safe on their way home. 


The Tutti Choir then took to the stage with an awesome opening rendition of John Lennon’s “Imagine” which certainly captured the audience’s attention.



After the intermission Ms. Marg McGee from the Freemasons Centre for Men’s Health took to the stage and informed everyone about the important partnership that the Adelaide University and the Freemasons Foundation both share and the benefits they both enjoy through their interaction.


For the remainder of the evening the Police Band "Off The Cuff" -  together with the "Tutti Chior" - belted out some very familiar tunes which delighted the audience.


The Concert concluded about 10:00 pm.  It had been a huge success.


Congratulations and thanks are extended to the many Freemasons who volunteered their time to organise this event which was hosted by the Lewis Lodge of Brighton and supported by the Edwardstown Lewis Lodge and the Brighton United Lodge.


All proceeds from the event will go towards supporting important men's health research across the State coordinated by the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health.