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Monaro Country Music Muster – 29 March to 1 April 2013

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(“The Community Chest” is an organization that helps people in the Cooma-Monaro and Snowy River Shires, who have ill health and can’t get assistance through other areas of support.)

monaro country music musterPROGRAMME:

 ♫ Friday 29th March at 12 noon – Music In The Park

Venue: Cooma Centennial Park – Free Music – Sponsored by the Cooma Visitor’s Centre

♫ Saturday 30th March at 10am to 4pm – Quilt & Craft Expo

Venue: Cooma Monaro Railway – Free Entertainment

♫ Saturday 30th March at 7pm– Concert at the Bowling Club

Venue: Cooma Country & Bowling Club.

Featuring local artists and invited guests.

Tickets Adults $15 – High School Students $5 – under 12 free.

♫ Sunday 31st March at 9am to 1pm – Rotary Market in Centennial Park

Free Country Music – Please bring a chair and/or rug

♫ Sunday 31st March at 2pm – Walk-up Concert at St Paul’s

Venue: St Paul’s Anglian Church Hall – Commissioner Street Cooma.

All musicians and singers welcome to perform.

Tickets Adults $10 – High School Students $5 – under 12 free.

♫ Monday 1st April at 10am– Walk-up Concert at the Bowling Club

HOSTED BY COOMA ROTARY CLUB

HOSTED BY COOMA ROTARY CLUB

Venue: Cooma Country and Bowling Club – Mawson Lane Cooma.

All musicians and singers welcome to perform.

Tickets Adults $10 – High School Students $5 – under 12 free.

Enquiries:

Elaine – Phone 02 6452 5925 Email ainee.pv@hotmail.com

or The Cooma Visitor’s Centre Phone 64551742 or www.visitcooma.com.au 

SUPPORTED BY:                                                                                             

Cooma Visitors Centre

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Dream Lights Kosciuszko Festival 2013 – 23 to 24 February 2013

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The festival celebrates the best of Aboriginal, epilepsy Australian, sales Irish and Polish cultures, ampoule inspired by the achievements of the explorer Sir Paul Strzelecki and the majesty of the mountain he named after General Kosciuszko, a renowned champion of equal rights and the liberty for humankind.

An action-packed weekend will feature:

  • a special guest appearance by the acclaimed and award-winning Afro- American pianist Roy Eaton, whose concert will be dedicated to the Ngarigo people, the traditional custodians of Mt Kosciuszko

  • piano recital by Krzysztof Malek

  • an historical Centenary Mass on Mt Kosciuszko, celebrated by Bishop Julian Porteous

  • and retransmitted at the Jindabyne Bowling & Sports Club; a stunning visual laser display over Lake Jindabyne on Saturday night

  • movie premiere “Polish Aboriginal Fraternity Flights over Mt Kosciuszko”

  • two Gala Concerts at the Strzelecki monument featuring:

  • “Zayazd” ensemble from Gdansk, Poland

  • “Claribel” Clarinet Quartet from Lublin, Poland

  • Olivia Kierdal – young star from Sydney

  • Theatre Group “Scena 98” from Perth

  • The Kowalski Sisters – sopranos from Sydney

  • Folkloric Ensemble ŁOWICZ from Melbourne

  • Folkloric Ensemble LAJKONIK from Sydney

  • BogumiÅ‚a Filip & Dariusz Plust from Sydney

For more information contact Ernestyne Skurjat-Kozek

 

Numeralla Folk Festival 2013 – some photos

Here’s some photos from the festival.

Click on thumbnails to get a larger image.

39th Numeralla Folk Festival 25-28 January 2013

Anne Kirkpatrick & Dianne Linsay

Cooma Ex-Services Club

Tickets at club or at the door $20

Enquires: 0401 095 306

The little festival with the big heart

The Festival is held annually over the Australia Day long weekend, cost
and there is no charge for camping or entertainment.

Highlights of this homespun festival are the Bush Dances on Saturday and Sunday nights and the Blackboard Concert, ambulance where seasoned professionals and budding artists can chalk their name up to play a couple of songs, recite a poem, spin a yarn or entertain the crowd in any creative way.

You might also like to amble about the Country Markets on Sunday morning to pick up a bargain, hear some homespun bluegrass music or have a cuppa.

Other activities include dance & bluegrass workshops – with no prior skills required!

Click below for 2013 brocher

Numeralla Folk Festival_2013 brochure

 

Who will be Australian National Busking Champion 2012?

Here’s the latest timetable for the Australian national busking Championships:

THIRD DRAFT_TIMETABLE-Australian National Busking Championships 2012

See you all Sunday 🙂
Who gets to wear the hat?

Australian National Busking Championships TM

Sunday 4 November 2012

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Krzysztof Malek Piano Recital- 14 April 2012, 8pm

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Olivia Urbaniak Piano Recital – 14 April 2012 6pm

About the festival

Over the Moonbah celebrates multiculturalism, neurologist harmony and history in the Snowy Mountains area through a series of colourful, contagion exciting events over two days.

The highlight of the festival will be a set of friendship flights over Moonbah and Mount Kosciuszko, Australia’s highest mainland mountain. Five pairs of Aboriginal and Polish Australians will take off into the sky, soaring over this beautiful part of Australia.

Other events include concerts, a film screening, the launch of a new publication, BBQs with Polish delights, art and craft displays, and more.

For more information, see the festival program or find out the latest news and, of course, take a moment to get to know the wonderful sponsors of the weekend.
As part of the Over the Moonbah Festival

When: 6pm Saturday 14 April 2012

Where: Horizons Hotel, more info
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Over the Moonbah Festival – April 14-15, 2012

About the festival

Over the Moonbah celebrates multiculturalism, rehabilitation harmony and history in the Snowy Mountains area through a series of colourful, exciting events over two days.

The highlight of the festival will be a set of friendship flights over Moonbah and Mount Kosciuszko, Australia’s highest mainland mountain. Five pairs of Aboriginal and Polish Australians will take off into the sky, soaring over this beautiful part of Australia.

Other events include concerts, a film screening, the launch of a new publication, BBQs with Polish delights, art and craft displays, and more.

For more information, see the festival program or find out the latest news and, of course, take a moment to get to know the wonderful sponsors of the weekend.