BYO drinks and nibbles. Doors open at 7:30pm - for an 8pm start. It's strongly recommend you reserve seats. bookings: info@theManlyFig.org or phone The Fig on (02) 9905 7215 $17 or $20 payable at the door.
Ungooroo Aboriginal Corporation is hosting its 4th Annual MEEKA Youth Expo. If you are a student or youth aged in between 12 and 25, please come and join us! To be eligible to attend, you must register for this year’s event by contacting 6571 5111 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
FOLK IN BROKE in the Hunter Valley! Get on board this special 1 day event with some top acts :) GOATS on at 4:30pm!!!
SPIRIT FESTIVAL CONCERT Sunday, 15 March 11am - 11pm Mullawirraburka (Rymill Park Extension)
The Sydney World Music Chamber Orchestra celebrates Australia Day by showcasing the power and talent of multicultural Australia via their new work the ‘three sides of love and death’, performed for the first time at the Camelot Lounge. There is no ensemble in the world that features such an array of cultures, faiths and talent! The 11 piece orchestra travels from ancient Indigenous Australia to its multicultural present and features a string section led by Horse fiddle maestro Bukhu Ganburged; soaring vocals by Shohrat Tursun, Ghanaian rhythms, a Vietnamised Classical guitar, the breath of a harmonium and much more. The Orchestra’s ‘three sides of love and death’ explores the universal themes of unconditional love and rites of passage through the stories and sacred music practices of culturally, linguistically and religiously diverse artists who make up the Orchestra and showcases the power of process, collaboration and diversity. The Orchestra is a living example of the power of Sydney’s cultural and religious diversity. Presented by the www.sydneysacredmusicfestival.org Members: Asim Gorashi - (Sudan) Sufi rituals through the use of the 1st violin, voice, whistling and oud Bukhu Ganburged – (Mongolia) showcasing the ancient art of throat singing and horse fiddle Gambirra Illume –Indigenous Australian vocalist and ceremony Maria Mitar - (Croatia) - Vocals Mark Szeto – (Singapore) Double Bass Ngoc Tuan Hoang – (Vietnam) classical guitar and Vietnamese chanting tradition Seyed Salar Hosseini - (Iran) 2nd Violin Shohrat Tursun - (East Turkistan) recognised master in 1,000 year old song cycles using voice and Dutar Victor Vales - (Mexico) the sacred sound of the baroque harp Yaw Derkyi - (Ghana) exploring Ghanaian animist rituals and percussion Richard Petkovic – (Bankstown) Music director & cross cultural facilitator -harmonium and guitar Learn more about the Orchestra at www.facebook.com/SWMCOrch 19 Marrickville Rd (cnr Railway Pde) Marrickville NSW
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Gambirra is an alluring performer and exhibiting visual artist. Possessing a style that radiates humanity taking us from the cauldron of creation to the sounds of the contemporary world.
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"Already had people requesting you to come back, You certainly are someone who creates a lot of hype! You were definitely one of the best acts i've seen in a while to just breeze into the Rhythm Hut without us knowing about you!! Thanks Gambirra….ooh excited!!"