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Make Music Day Open Drum Jam At Allwood Neghbourhood House Hurstbridge

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7 PM ” HANDS ON DRUMS” for those who have never played hand drums before and would like an introduction. Drums are provided but please remove all rings, bracelets and watches.
7.30 PM DRUM JAM BASICS and comfort zone survival techniques.
8.00-9.15 PM OPEN DRUM AND PERCUSSION JAM
You are welcome to attend the early sessions and then stay until you have had enough. Cups of tea a plenty! Ages 8- 108
This will be held with the support of the current Drum Connection students in the regular class time and venue. Please see facebook Drum Connection Aus for pictures.
Drums are provided if you don’t have your own but please remove all rings, bracelets and watches.
The venue is hard to find at night. Enter off Arthurs Creek Road and the driveway to the house is on the right just before the Tennis Courts. Please call me if you get lost. Phone inquires and bookings are welcome so that I know how many drums to bring… Annie 0407 102 578.

“This is a CMVic coordinated event – see the full list of these here.”

Make Music Australia Day at Bondi Pavilion

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Waverley Council will be celebrating Make Music Day by hosting community music groups in the Bondi Pavilion from 1.30pm on Thursday the 21st of June. Featuring performances from choirs and jazz bands to ukulele groups, the local community joins Waverley Council to celebrate the joy that music brings to everyday life. The concert is free and open to the public to attend.

Walk Through The Orchestra, New England Conservatorium

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The Armidale Youth Orchestra will introduce Pre-school and Primary-aged children to the sounds and colours of the Symphony Orchestra, with an interactive and fun concert held at the New England Conservatorium on June 21. Over 360 students have already booked for this special concert!

The Newsagency Presents…

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The Newsagency is Sydney’s cosiest live music venue, situated a stone’s throw from Parramatta Road, in Annandale. We have been operating since July 2017 in our current format, and we are proud to be artist focused and independantly operated.

We are also very proud to present to you 3 amazing local musicians on #MakeMusicDay2018

Goldheist

Visually and sonically arresting, flower crowned crooner GOLDHEIST has been likened to Kate Bush, Florence & The Machine, and Ellie Goulding, bringing her songs and stories to stages across regional and metropolitan Australia.

Dion Condack

​Dion’s music career began at the tender age of 5, when he became fascinated by the piano. Fast forward to 2018,  his debut acoustic album of originals coordinated with the Newtown Performing Arts school choir in a combined choral work, ‘Suddenly’, is ready to unleash on the world’s audience.

Alison Avron

Alison Avron is a singer, songwriter, pianist, and Creative Director of The Newsagency. She grew up in rural South Australia and amused herself by singing in community choirs and touring with opera companies. Slightly manic yet completely loveable, witty and nonchalant you’ll be hard pressed to find anyone like her on the planet.

After these 3 performances, we are opening up The Newsagency stage for all and sundry! Come down, sinf us a song, and MAKE MUSIC!

Make Music Day Moe

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Exciting schedule of free music events planned for Moe Plaza between 10am and 2pm on Thursday. Stay tuned for more information! Here’s how it’s shaping up so far:
10:30 -11:10: Lowanna Secondary College
11.15-11.35: Elizabeth St Primary School performers
11:40-11:55: Chris Lee and Brendan Mooney
12:00-12:30: Latrobe City Community Concert Band
12:35-13:00: Coal Valley Male Chorus