Monthly Archives: April 2010

Wizard & Oz Dinner & Show

Title: Younger at Art
Location: St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, psychotherapist Commissioner Street, Cooma
Description: A delightful concert with music provided by the younger music students.
Presented by the Snowy Monaro Arts Council.
Sunday 23 May 2010 at 3.00 pm.
Inquiries: Simon Allen
Email: simon.allen8@bigpond.com
Start Time: 15:00
Date: 2010-05-23
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Location: Marlborough Motor Inn
Description: Saturday 1 May 2010
At 6.30 pm
Come Along For A Lovely Evening of Food, site
Wine & Music
Dinner & Show $50 per person
Bookings Essential
Phone: (02) 6452 1133

Younger at Art -Sunday 23 May 2010

Title: Younger at Art
Location: St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, rubella Commissioner Street, prescription Cooma
Description: A delightful concert with music provided by the younger music students.
Presented by the Snowy Monaro Arts Council.
Sunday 23 May 2010 at 3.00 pm.
Inquiries: Simon Allen
Email: simon.allen8@bigpond.com
Start Time: 15:00
Date: 2010-05-23

The Popular Mechanicals – Featuring Music Composed & Performed by Judith Marriott

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Title: The Popular Mechanicals
Location: Cooma Little Theatre
Description: April 23, info 24 & 30
May 1, there 7 & 8
At 8pm
Tickets: $20 ($15 concession)
Available at Cooma Vistor’s Centre
Sharp St. Cooma 02 6450 1742
Featuring original music composed and performed by Judith Marriott
Date: 2010-04-30

ANZAC Eve Concert a Great Success!

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Available from:

Cooma School of Music
Shop 2, Parkview Arcade, 123 Sharp Street,
Cooma, NSW 2630
Phone: 02 6452 6067
Fax: 02 6452 4938
Email: allan@coomamusic.com.au

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Available from:

Cooma School of Music
Shop 2, Parkview Arcade, 123 Sharp Street,
Cooma, NSW 2630
Phone: 02 6452 6067
Fax: 02 6452 4938
Email: allan@coomamusic.com.au

Bush Dance-Sunday 16 May – For The Nursing Home

from Cooma-Monaro Express, Tuesday April 20, 2010
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This poster was designed and printed by South East Printing (02) 6452 2614

This poster was designed and printed by South East Printing (02) 6452 2614

Title: Bush Dance-For The Nursing Home
Location: Cooma Exservices Club, tuberculosis
Vale Street, bronchitis
Cooma
Description: Funds raised in aid of the Consulting Room for the Sir William Hudson Nursing Home.
Cost: Adult $10, Child $5, Family $30
Light afternoon tea included
Sunday 16 May 2010
Time 2pm to 5pm

Lee Simmonds Memorial Concert a Great Success!

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Title: Lee Simmonds Memorial Organ Recital
Location: St John’s Anglican Church, erectile Stokes Street Adaminaby NSW
Description: Guest Organist: David Johnson
Also: Cooma Harmony Chorus
Saturday 17 April 2010 at 2 pm
Start Time: 14:00
Date: 2010-04-17

Click here to go to David Johnson’s Website.

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Cooma Harmony Chorus


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Bonfire & Shed Concert – Saturday 15 May

The Snowy Monaro region offers a rich and diverse array of musical talent. From Country to Classical – from Metal to Mozart, tablets just about every genre is played here in the Snowies.

One of the main aims of coomamusic is to support, this encourage and promote these musicians of the Monaro.

Some groups  just play together for the sheer fun of it, information pills others are full-time professional musicians.

For all of these wonderful people, music is an important, if not essential, part of their lives.

They deserve recognition and praise for their talents, and for the enormous joy they give to the greater community through their music.

Our Music Community is Live and Local!

Here’s some of our local musical organizations:

Here’s some local musicians & groups (click on the names for more info):

For Weddings:

There are other musicians available that I don’t have web pages for yet. They include:

  • Michael Wieland (Singer Guitarist) 0423 111 400
  • Pete Murphy (Singer Guitarist-Blues) 0409 227 073
  • K Links (Rock Band) – Contact Eric Pauls 0427 968 380 or  6452 3481
  • Phil Horneman Jazz Band (3 or 4 piece)- Contact Phil 0401 624 138 or 6452 1255

For Other Occasions (Fund Raising, Christmas, Markets, Bush Dances etc):

Music For Life

Music For Life

Music communicates

Music expresses emotion

Music brings communities together

Music brings communities together

Music brings confort (Cooma Harmony Chorus sing Christmas carols in the prison)

Music brings comfort to the dark places (Cooma Harmony Chorus sing Christmas carols in the prison)

Music communicates

Music communicates

Music gives freely (A bushdance fund raiser to help out a friend)

Music gives freely (A bushdance fund raiser to help out a friend)

Music touches our hearts

Music touches our hearts

Music traditions are passed down

Music traditions are passed down

Music, a search for perfection

Music, a search for perfection

Music Rocks!

Music Rocks!

Music education is a lifelong gift

Music education is a lifelong gift

Music, finding your own voice

Music, finding your own voice

Music for the fun of it!

Music for the fun of it!

BONFIRE & SHED CONCERT

Title: Bonfire & Shed Concert – Saturday 15 May
Location: Nimmitabel Show Ground, recipe NSW
Description: Live Country Music with over 25 artists.
Roast & BBQ, syringe
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Free Camping
Admission: Adults $25, Children $10, Family $60
Enquires: Jenny Alcock: 6453 6244 or Isabel Harrington: 6454 6348
Starts: 6.00 pm
Date: 2010-05-15

supper included… $7.50

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...to hell with the diet! $7.50

Over the years, viagra order the Snowy Monaro Arts Council has proudly presented many outstanding concerts. Traditionally, treat these concerts have always included  a supper, where the audience and performers get to chat and have a cup of tea or coffee along with a wonderful selection of yummy delights lovingly prepared by the Arts Council members. This book contains the secret recipes of the most delicious of these dishes. They include:

  • Impossible Pie
  • Kransky Bites
  • The Bus Driver’s Mother-In-Law’s Slice
  • Date & Ginger Slice
  • THE Peppermint Slice (sometimes called “My Wife’s Downfall”)
  • and many more

This book is illustrated by Rowena Evans and edited by Caroline Fox.

All the proceeds go to the Snowy Monaro Arts Council. (and they’re doing this while keeping their clothes on and not making one of those nasty calendars)

This delightful book may be purchased at any of the Snowy Monaro Arts Council concerts or functions, or by calling  Elizabeth Laught on (02) 6452 3438.

Also available from:

Cooma School of Music
Shop 2, Parkview Arcade, 123 Sharp Street,
Cooma, NSW 2630
Phone: 02 6452 6067
Fax: 02 6452 4938
Email: allan@coomamusic.com.au

Our Musicians Help Welcome Torah Bright & Our Olympians

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Title: Once Upon a Time…’, mycoplasmosis David Pereira Cello Series, Program 2
Location: Wesley Music Centre, 20 National Circuit Forrest ACT
Link out: Click here
Description: Friday 9 April 7:30pm David Pereira Cello Series 2010, Program II – featuring Budos: The Three Sisters and Troselj: Walking on Broken Glass. Musicians include Marian Budos (guitar and composer), Ivana Troselj (composer), Niels Rosendahl (tenor sax), David Pereira (cello) and Alice Giles (harp).

Advance ticket purchase:

  • 0404 499 348
  • or email: onewithyoursound@hotmail.com .
  • Adults $30, concession $25, Friends of Wesley $22, students $15, children $10.
  • Tickets also available at the door.

Dates: Friday 9th April, 7:30 pm, Wesley Music Centre, 20-22 National Circuit, Forrest ACT.

Saturday 10th April, 3:00 pm, Wesley Music Centre, 20-22 National Circuit, Forrest ACT.

Sunday 11th April, 2:00 pm, Performance Space, Crisp Galleries, Gap Range, Bowning NSW. The Galleries are located 14kms south of the Yass Service Centre on the road to Gundagai.

    More about…

    The magical tradition of storytelling, puppetry and live music will come to life in the next David Pereira Cello Series.

    Catherine Roach, a Canberra-based theatre director and puppeteer, will be joined by Cathy Petocz to create a new puppetry performance illustrating new works by Marian Budos and Ivana Troselj.

    The story of the ‘Little Mermaid’, a classic by Hans Christian Anderson, is the inspiration behind Ivana Troselj’s new work ‘On Broken Glass’. In her composition the cello adopts the voice of the little mermaid, struggling to be heard by her beloved.

    ‘The Three Sisters’, a new composition by award-winning composer Marian Budos follows the beloved Slovakian folktale, ‘Salt is More Precious than Gold’: A story of three princesses proving the extent of their love for their father.

    Both works will be narrated and are written especially for Alice Giles (harp), Niels Rosendahl (saxophone), Marian Budos (guitar) and David Pereira (cello).

    Other musical items on the program include an Australian premiere of a terrific duo for harp and cello by Kikta and improvisations for cello and saxophone.

    For those fond of a Sunday drive, ‘Once Upon a Time…’ will also be repeated at the Crisp Galleries Performance Space, at Bowning on Sunday 11th April at 2:00 pm. The Performance Space adjoins Peter Crisp’s glass studio and overlooks a beautiful garden that includes a formal avenue of trees and a waterfall.

    The concerts coincide with Hans Christian Anderson’s birthday celebrations; International Childrens’ Book Day; and National Youth Week (9-18 April). The project is also being promoted by the Childrens’ Book Council of Australia.


    Last Saturday, prostate
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    Ben Sim, Jono Brauer, Scott Kneller and Ramone Cooper were treated to a fantastic welcome home from Cooma. There was an unveiling of a special plaque at Apex Park, a very cool motorcade of vintage sports cars, and a Civic Reception in Centennial Park and at the Multi Function Centre. And our local musicians were there to make this event even better.