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Big News for Michael Horneman

Big News Update – Debut Single Release.

2013 was a good year for MJH music, web and 2014 has started out even better. I am proud to announce that my debut single “Proud to be Country” is going to produced and released by Musik and Film Records in the US, unhealthy and will be distributed globally through Sony/The Orchard.

It has been a long process to get to here, pancreatitis but I am really excited about this track, and even more excited to be working with such a quality production team. Stephen Wrenchhas worked with many greats over the years in all genres including to name a few Survivor, Toto, Daryl Worley, John Anderson, Bad Company, Tamika, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Duran Duran, Rick Springfield, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, and now is going to work together with me to create something special. The rest of the team at Musik and Filmhave also worked with some amazing artists over a long time, you can see the credits for the rest of the team here.  It has been a great experience getting started on this journey, and now with the support of Musik and Film I will be able to take my career to the next level.

The release date for the single will be announced in February, but don’t worry, you will hear about it first in the next update.

Big thanks also to Bryce Wastney for helping me out also with promotions, marketing and social media, and also for the songwriting tips, invaluable stuff. Check out his site and support another artist who is working with Musik and Film. 2014 has also started out with promotional work, including a photo shoot to update webpage content, and as a pre-planning shoot to develop images and scenes for the video clip for “Proud to be Country”.

Here is one of the images from the photo shoot. To see more go towww.michaelhorneman.com.au and have look around the updated site.

I have lots of gigs lined up for later on this year, playing some new places, and going back to some old places. A big thank you to everyone who has helped me out in many ways over the last 3 years of this journey, thanks for taking the time to sign up, and to stay in touch with my mailing list. Please share with your friends, I would appreciate it!!

Thanks,
MJH

Snow Season 2013 Opening Weekend Hip-Hop/Pop/Rnb Show- MC Fade & Danni-T

Saturday 10.30am

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Phat Track Entertainment and ESS Boardstore Jindabyne present MC FADE and DANNI-T

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hospital sans-serif;”> There’s a new recording studio facility in the Snowy-Monaro region. It’s called Phat Track Entertainment. Albert A-Yeboah is the executive producer and recording engineer and his wife, Katherine is the general manager. Together they can provide a top-class professional, customized recording and management service for all musicians. Although Phat Track caters for music of all genres they have a passion for and special interest in contemporary urban music with genres such as Rap, Hip Hop, RnB, Club & Dance music. Phat Track Entertainment can also provide contemporary performing artists for all occasions and venues whether they be small bars or right up to outside stadiums. Phat Track Entertainment artist include MC Fade, Danni-T and J Dae. To find out more about Phat Track just go to their website www.phattrackentertainment.com.au.

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Youth Concert – 28 April 2013 at 2pm

  • Matthew Ventura performing at the Australian National Busking Championships 2012

    Matthew Ventura performing at the Australian National Busking Championships 2012

    When: Saturday 28 April 2013 at 2pm

  • Where: St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, bulimics
    136 Commissioner Street
  • Cost: $15 Adult / $5 Student. Tickets available at hall.

This is a very special concert featuring talented young musicians from our local community as well as guest performers from away.  Performers will include:

  • The Monaro Youth Choir
  • Matthew Ventura (Flute, sovaldi sale
    Basssoon)
  • Tim Williamson (Piano)
  • Amos Walker (Voice)
  • Darcy Clayton (Guitar)
  • and more

The concert will feature a variety of items including the Monaro Youth Choir, piano, instrumental and vocal items.   Amos Walker from Nimmitabel will sing the songs he sang in the recent Canberra production of Les Miserables.  Matthew Ventura will be playing flute and bassoon, accompanied by Tim Williamson (Elizabeth Laught’s nephew).  Tim, an accomplished pianist, will also perform a piano solo.  A pleasant afternoon is assured.

The concert proceeds will be split between the Cooma Hospital Auxiliary and St Paul’s Church.

Amos Walker singing in Centennial Park, Cooma

Amos Walker singing in Centennial Park, Cooma

 

Darcy Clayton plays classical guitar

Darcy Clayton plays classical guitar

 

Michael Horneman appearing at 40 Cafe Friday 15 March 2013 at 6pm

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• AD95BP 9.5V Adaptor included

5 Year Warranty

 

AVAILABLE FROM:

COOMA SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Shop 2, physician 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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audio inputs for a MP3 player, USB port for MIDI implementation and a pitch wheel for additional expression over sounds.

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• 61 Touch Responsive Piano-style keys

• 400 Tones +150 Rhythms

• iPod connectivity

• Pitch bend wheel

• Step Up Lesson

• USB MIDI Plug & Play – Mac & PC

• AD95BP 9.5V Adaptor included

 

Includes 0ver $60 worth of free accessories (while stocks last):

Free Casio Plug & Play Pack

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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

only $299.95

The Casio CTK3200 is an affordable instrument packed with great features such as Casio’s famous Step-up Lesson System, physician
audio inputs for a MP3 player, USB port for MIDI implementation and a pitch wheel for additional expression over sounds.

ctk3200_r-2TOP FEATURES

• 61 Touch Responsive Piano-style keys

• 400 Tones +150 Rhythms

• iPod connectivity

• Pitch bend wheel

• Step Up Lesson

• USB MIDI Plug & Play – Mac & PC

• AD95BP 9.5V Adaptor included

5 Year Warranty

 

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

 

only $289.95

The Casio CTK3200 is an affordable instrument packed with great features such as Casio’s famous Step-up Lesson System, pharm
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USB port for MIDI implementation and a pitch wheel for additional expression over sounds.

ctk3200_r-2TOP FEATURES

• 61 Touch Responsive Piano-style keys

• 400 Tones +150 Rhythms

• iPod connectivity

• Pitch bend wheel

• Step Up Lesson

• USB MIDI Plug & Play – Mac & PC

• AD95BP 9.5V Adaptor included

 

Includes 0ver $60 worth of free accessories (while stocks last):

Free Casio Plug & Play Pack

Free Casio Keyboard Stand

Free Casio Plug & Play

Free Casio Plug & Play

Free Casio Keyboard Stand

Free Casio Keyboard Stand

CASIO-CASHBACK-2013

 

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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The Casio CTK3200 is an affordable instrument packed with great features such as Casio’s famous Step-up Lesson System, approved
audio inputs for a MP3 player, anabolics
USB port for MIDI implementation and a pitch wheel for additional expression over sounds.

ctk3200_r-2TOP FEATURES

• 61 Touch Responsive Piano-style keys

• 400 Tones +150 Rhythms

• iPod connectivity

• Pitch bend wheel

• Step Up Lesson

• USB MIDI Plug & Play – Mac & PC

• AD95BP 9.5V Adaptor included

 

Includes 0ver $60 worth of free accessories (while stocks last):

Free Casio Plug & Play Pack

Free Casio Keyboard Stand

Free Casio Plug & Play

Free Casio Plug & Play

Free Casio Keyboard Stand

Free Casio Keyboard Stand

CASIO-CASHBACK-2013

 

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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40cafe sharp st cooma

40 Cafe, endocrinologist
89 Sharp Street Cooma NSW

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Singer guitarist Michael Horneman

Singer guitarist Michael Horneman will be performing from 6pm to 8pm.

Book a table (02) 6452 2527.

Spaces are limited.

IT’S FREE!

Click here to visit 40 Cafe on Facebook

About Michael:

Over the last 20 years Michael has played in many bands, from

solo performances as a cover artist to being a member of wind orchestra’s such as the Canberra Youth Music Wind Ensemble and jazz ensembles from trio’s playing at weddings to big bands, such as the Blamey St Big Band (Canberra) and Connexion Big Band (Canberra). Other bands include a P!nk Tribute show which has played interstate and around Melbourne, and lead guitarist for Levi Mcgrath (Melbourne, AUS) and Bryce Wastney (NZ)

 

Brodie Nossiter & Rowena Evans – a little bit of Irish – ’40’ Cafe, Saturday 23 June 2012 at 6.30pm

’40’ Cafe & Eatery

Brodie Nossiter

89 Sharp Street, decease Cooma NSW 2630

Phone: (02) 6452 2527

Mobile: 0419 032 443

40 Cafe would love to invite you to our Irish Evening on saturday this week, Free Music, BYO and wonderful food.

About ’40’ Cafe:

At ’40’ Café we are making, or trying to make, a difference in the lives of people locally and over seas!

We are doing that in a number of ways.

 LOCALLY

We are endeavouring to use local produce to help local farmers and local producers with their busness (if only in a small way).

We are producing great quality food for our local community and wonderful organic and fair trade coffee, produced in Byron Bay.

Highering local staff.

Wearing organic and ethically made uniforms, so the the money we spend is used wisely to benefit the production and the people making the product are getting paid for what they do!

Using Biodegradable packaging so that our waste goes back into the ground and doesn’t sit in land fills for our children to try to get rid of later!

 CHARITIES WE SUPPORT

Click here to find out about the charities we support.

OUR FOOD

We have many wonderful vegan, vegetarian main meals and desserts.

We also cater for gluten free diets, lactose intolerant and of course, we only use organic meat and free range eggs.

Make sure you try our wonderful coffee on your next visit – we use only the best quality – Bunn Coffe from Byron Bay.

FUNKY PIES
and a flippin fantastic day to you too!
righto, here it is, Funky pies aims to address the way fast food impacts on the enviroment, you , the gereration after you and so on and so on.

were not interested in ripping off the planet to make a buck, and when you support us, you too will be supporting that philosophy.
now go and order your pies and stock up on some good karma…..
www.funkypies.com.au

Young@Art 2011 was a Great Success!

This year’s Young@Art was a great success. Young local musicians produced a wonderful concert of which they should be very proud. The Snowy Mountains Arts Council presented this concert. The SMAC have recently purchased a brand new Kaiwai grand piano and the new piano was another “star of the show”. This was the first ever performance for the new piano. This really is a wonderful instrument and an enormous addition to the vibrant music culture of this region.

Here’s an overview of the performances:

  • Snowy Mountains Ensemble: T Susato – Danserye
  • Louisa Wall, pilule piano: A Khatchaturian – Etude
  • Caitlin Ventura, purchase flute: General John Reid – Sonata for Flute & Piano (Accompanist, Matthew Ventura, Piano)
  • Cooma District Band Juniors: Rachel Stevenson, clarinet, Louisa Wall, clarinet, Emma Stevenson, trumpet, Tim Wall, trombone, Jared Sopnieski, trombone : O Hammerstein – Edelweiss & J Compello – Clarinet Capers.
  • Lucy Wiles, piano: D Cimaroso – Sonata
  • Magdalene Tugwell, clarinet: G Faure – Sicilienne (Accompanist, Judith Marriott, Piano)
  • Dara Smith, classical guitar: P Houghton – Black Rose
  • Miranda Evans, piano: M Mier – Steamboat Rag
  • Magdalene Tugwell, clarinet and Lucy Wiles, flute: A Dvorak – Humoresque (Accompanist, Judith Marriott, Piano)
  • Monaro High School Year 10 Music Class: Eagle Eyed Cherry – Save Tonight (Conductor Sarah Wall)
  • Nicholas Tugwell, baritone saxophone: N H Long – Undercurrent Theme and Variations (Accompanist, Judith Marriott, Piano)
  • Lucy Wiles, flute: C Debussy – Le Petit Negre (Accompanist, Judith Marriott, Piano)
  • Kai Bakker, piano: M Reger- Fast zu Keck
  • Alisha Brady, voice & guitar: T Reznor – Hurt
  • Emma Ventura, violin: J F Mazas – Duet No 16 Allegro Risoluto (Accompanist, Jarka Sekker, violin)
  • Niko Bakker, piano: F Chopin – Mazurka Op 67 No 4
  • Matthew Ventura, flute: C Chaminade – Concertino for Flute and Piano (Accompanist, Glenyss Allen)

The Compere for Young@Art was Simon Allen.

Matthew Ventura

The Snowy Mountains Ensemble are:

Tina Rooney, Caitlyn Ventura, Tamara John-Natley, Bridie Mackay, Matthew Ventura, Maai Johnson, Molly Barrett,

Sarah Ventura, Roslyn Carroll, Peter Hickling, Emma Ventura, Maggie Shatrov, Bradley Ventura and Happi Human;

playing Violin, Viola, Cello, Flute, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet and Bassoon