Hot off the heels of our sell-out Spotted Mallard performance, we’re taking this show to the Wesley Anne on Sunday 19 October for the Darebin Music Feast.
The stellar repertoire has something for everyone: from a Paul Kelly classic, to a Ben Harper anthem to a Latvian song of revolution. Some of our new members will join us for their debut performance.
So if you missed tix to our Spotted Mallard gig, book now for the Darebin Music Feast encore!
When: 3 pm, Sunday 19 October
Where: Wesley Anne, 250 High St, Northcote
Tickets: $20 / $15 / $10 for general admission.
See further article by Lionel Lee in Weekendnotes.
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.