We’re so excited to be part of the Festival of Voices! We’ll be popping up all over Hobart town from Wednesday 11 to Saturday 14 July. Rug up warm and come along!
Wednesday, 5.30 pm – Hotel Grand Chancellor
Wednesday, 10.40 pm – Singers Lounge, 77 Salamanca Place
11.00 am Thursday – Bright Eyes Cafe, Brooke Street Pier
1.30 pm Thursday – Henry Jones Art Hotel, Hunter St
10.40 pm Thursday – Singers Lounge, 77 Salamanca Place
10.30 am Friday – Elizabeth Mall, Elizabeth St
12.30 pm Friday – LINC State Lending Library, Murray St
8.30 pm Friday – Singers Lounge, 77 Salamanca Place
10.30 am Saturday – Salamanca Square
1.00 pm Saturday – Red Decker Bus, Brooke Street Pier
8.00 pm, Saturday – Singers Lounge, 77 Salamanca Place
Or check out their program online: https://festivalofvoices.com/city-of-hobart-pop-up-perform…/
Sometimes we find it really hard to answer the question: What kind of music do you sing? This new promotional video answers it for us!
Get the lowdown on our current favourite songs, hear from our directors about what drives us and listen to samples of our songs – from the reverent to the irreverent … and everything in between!
Enjoy! and don’t forget to tell all your friends…
Join us for a private screening of “Gurrumul”: a close-up of the celebrated Indigenous Australian singer and multi-instrumentalist, blind since birth.
We’re very excited to be hosting a Q&A with producer, Shannon Swan, after the screening.
Book quickly – the opportunity to hear from Shannon means tix will sell out!
When: Wednesday, 30 May from 6.30
Where: Cinema Nova, Carlton
We at Brunswick Women’s Choir know that the same sex marriage postal survey has made life harder for a lot of people. We’re sending them this message of love and support – because love is love.
This year our showcase concert acknowledges women as composers, arrangers, and performers, celebrating singing and community.
We’ll take you from the Baltic fields of Latvia, via West Africa, through a fusion of folk, blues, gospel, with some pop thrown in for good measure.
Join us on either Sunday 16 August or Sunday 23 August at the Brunswick Mess Hall for a joyful journey around the world.
Doors open at 2 pm. Tickets will sell fast so buy yours now!
Adults $20, concession $15 and $5 for kids over 5.
On World Refugee Day, Moreland City Council and Amnesty International are hosting the Festival of Hope: a celebration of the contributions and benefits that refugees make to our society, explored through performance, visual arts, music and education.
We’re thrilled to be part of the Festival of Hope Fiesta and will be on stage from 4.15. But there’s plenty else to see, so come down to Brunswick Town Hall anytime from 12 pm on Saturday, June 20.
The full program is available here.
Our workshop with Memeza got us up and grooving!
Take a look at some of the highlights on this short clip.
What’s better than listening to four fabulous women’s choirs on a Sunday afternoon? When it’s free, of course!! We are performing this Sunday, 31 May as part of Winter Music in the Valley, an exciting series of four concerts in Moonee Valley.
Come and listen to us open this hour-long performance at the Clocktower Centre. Also featuring the Australian Women’s Choir, the Souffle Sisters and Grace Notes.
No tickets or bookings are required. Doors open at 2.30 for a 3.00 start. Find out more.
Memeza African Choir are coming to Brunswick! On Monday, May 25, we are taking part in a workshop with this vibrant and passionate group.
Memeza are touring Australia to raise funds for Edzimkulu, a society for the protection of children with AIDS.
Take a look at their promo clip and you’ll see why we’re so excited!