Title: Ephemeral and Transient Natures at Euroa Arts Arboretum
Location: Euroa Arts Arboretum, Euroa
Description: A one day festival of ephemeral sculpture and beautiful music. Singing workshop with Cathy Nixon and the Brunswick Women’s Choir at 3.30pm. Concert at the old flour mill 6.00pm
The Choir will perform and do workshops at the 13th annual Yackandandah Folk Festival.
Performance and workshop times will be posted here in March.
Visit http://folkfestival.yackandandah.com/ for the full program.
Celebrate the opening of the annual Women’s Salon exhibition with Brunswick Women’s Choir. Continue reading
Support the people of Samoa to recover from the September 2009 tsunami at the Raising Hope, Raising Voices benefit concert.
The concert also features La La Ville, Loose Arrangement, The Love Handles, Melbourne Massed Gospel Choir, Mood Swing and Thursdays Children.There’ll be a slide show and talk from Julea Mignel, recently returned from Samoa.
The tsunami of September 29 2009 took many lives and caused widespread desctruction on the southern shores of Upolu, particularly Saleapaga Village. This concert will raise much needed funds to contribute to rebuilding the village and in particular will support the kind and loving Samoans who have hosted Singing and Dancing Cultural Exchanges for the last few years.
All money raised will go safely and directly to the people, with no administration charges.
Time: 3pm – 5pm
$50 Generous, $20 Waged, $15 Concession, kids under 12 free. Bookings online at www.singabout.com.au and tickets at the door.
Brunswick Uniting Church: 212 Sydney Rd, Brunswick. At the corner of Merri Street.
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We’ll be performing at 5pm as part of the Fairfield Ampitheatre Summer Concert Series. It’s free and BYO cushion and hat. Continue reading
Brunswick Women’s Choir has been named joint runner up in the second annual Music in Communities Awards in December 2009.
Its selection came from 170 entries across Australia.
The 2009 Awards were themed around wellbeing, and aimed to identify local music groups and programs whose benefits extended beyond music alone.
The Brunswick Women’s Choir received this very special recognition as a result of their use of music and singing to promote social justice and reconciliation.