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Acoustic @ The ABAG
Within the traditional setting of the Alan Baker Gallery in Camden we will have the pleasure of celebrating world music day with two incredible local musicians Pat Took and Isaac Lewis.
Pat Took will entertain with his much loved ukulele, sharing his unique wit and adventurous spirit with visitors to the Gallery. Pat’s folk style will bring the fun of the festival to our door! Sit back, be entertained and let the music take control. 11am till noon
Isaac Lewis, local Music Promoter, will pardon himself from the role of promoting local music enthusiasts and big name artists to return to his craft and share a now unique opportunity for people to enjoy his amazing talent! Known widely for his energetic performances, full of flair and excitement Isaac will remind us all of his amazing talent, sharing his great love for music! 3pm till 4pm

Goats climbing onto SYDNEY trains


Two of the three members from Ukelele trio Goats Can Eat Anything will play and sing our way from Lithgow station on the 7:24am service to Central.

we perform a unique mix of timeless toe tapping tunes to modern masterpieces and the odd self-penned song.

we rehearse weekly in a garage and Lithgow and occasionally at pubs in the area  come and join us on kazoo or sing along!

Glee Club at the Pub – Burnley Brewing


Many things go with beer; food, sports and friends name just a few. With that in mind Burnley Brewing has teamed up with Australian Vocal specialist Vicky Jacobs for their first Glee Club at the Pub to celebrate International Make Music Day 2018.

From 8:30pm the ultimate group karaoke session will take place in the shadow of the brew tanks accompanied by Burnley’s renowned hand rolled pastas, burgers, beer snacks and main meals. And while joining us for dinner beforehand is recommended (bookings essential), Glee Club at the Pub has only three rules; no solos; no show ponies; and enjoy as many drinks as you like!

At Glee Club at the Pub, this means bellowing pub classics from the 60s to today – anything from John Farnham to The Beatles to Beyonce! It doesn’t matter if you’ve never sung before or you’re a choir junkie, with all the harmonies and melodies led by Jacobs and her keyboard, this pop-up choir is sure to be a blast.

This is a free event. Book your table for dinner and drinks beforehand at

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

Inner West Choir Project & Spanish Speaking Community Choir Celebrate Make Music Day


The music day will be an open rehearsal with the Sing your aged Inner West choir project and the Spanish Speaking Community Choir. We are planning to gather together around the music, sharing songs and experiences during the time they are participating in the choir projects.  Also we have invite others artists from the community and the choir participants’ family to show them the singing skill that they have achieved, we hope they confirm it very soon.

The music day will be on the 21st June at the Addison Road Community Center, Marrickville NSW from 10.30 to 1 pm

Warwick/Stanthorpe/Killarney/Inglewood/Allora – Primary Schools Music Camp Performance


The music camp consists of state primary school music students who are at an intermediate level of expertise on their instruments. Students are from  schools in the Southern Darling Downs and Granite Belt areas of Queensland. The music camp is a yearly event. Three days of rehearsal take place with a performance on the 3rd day at Warwick East State School. The ensembles are string orchestra and concert band. Up to 100 students participate. At the performance encouragement medallions are handed out to selected outstanding students. The medallions are presented to students by the mayor or a local councillor. This year the event takes place on the 19th – 21st June. The performance takes place at 1.45pm – 2.30pm on the 21st June.