Category Archives: Guitars

New Alhambra Classical Guitar with Pickup & Cutaway!

 

Alhambra ZCWE

Alhambra ZCWE

The Alhambra Z natural classical guitar now has a big brother just arrived from Spain! It’s the Alhambra ZCWE which

Fishman Pickup with Preamp and Chromatic Tuner

Fishman Pickup with Preamp and Chromatic Tuner

is the Z model with an onboard Fishman Pickup & Preamp and a Cut-Away. Big Big acoustic sound and ready for weddings, website like this parties..anything where volume is an issue.

Recommended retail price $899.

 

AVAILABLE FROM:

COOMA SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Shop 2, diagnosis Parkview Arcade, cheapest 123 Sharp Street,
Cooma, NSW 2630
PHONE: 02 6452 6067
FAX: 02 6452 4938
EMAIL: allan@coomamusic.com.au

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Come and meet the Alhambra Guitar family

Alhambra Classical Guitars – Made in Spain

 

Alhambra Guitars Made in Spain

Alhambra Guitars Made in Spain

We have the Alhambra guitars from Spain.  So you can  pick up a quality hand made Spanish guitar for a great price. All Alhambra are made in Spain and have solid wood tops. The tops are available in solid cedar or spruce. We try to keep this Alhambra models in stock:

  • Alhambra Zero    $499
  • Alhambra Z CW  $839
  • Alhambra 1C        $699
  • Alhambra 2C       $799
  • Alhambra 3C       $940
  • Alhambra 4P     $1160
  • Alhambra 7C     $1740

More concert models are available through special order from $4,000 to $17,000

Also in smaller sizes:

  • Alhambra 1C Requinto 1/2 Size (Solid cedar top)_______$699
  • Alhambra 1C Cadete 3/4 Size (Solid cedar top)_____$699

(We try to have all these models in stock, however this may be subject to availability as all Alhambra guitars are imported from Spain) 

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

Click here to see and hear these lovely guitars.

Alhambra model Z with cutaway and pickup $769

Alhambra model Z with cutaway and pickup $839

Alhambra model Z Natural

Alhambra model Z Natural $499

 

Alhambra 7C Classical Guitar (solid cedar top-solid mahogany back & sides) $1740

Alhambra 7C Classical Guitar (solid cedar top-solid mahogany back & sides) $1740

Alhambra 4P Classical Guitar (solid cedar top pictured-rosewood back & sides) $1098

Alhambra 4P Classical Guitar (solid cedar top pictured-rosewood back & sides) $1160

Alhambra 3C Classical Guitar (solid cedar top) $906

Alhambra 3C Classical Guitar (solid cedar top) $940

Alhambra 2C Classical Guitar (solid cedar top) $769

Alhambra 2C Classical Guitar (solid cedar top) $799

Alhambra 1C (Solid Cedar Top) $549-Great beginners guitar!

Alhambra 1C (Solid Cedar Top) $699-Great guitar for the serious beginner!

Alhambra Model Zero – A Great Student Guitar

ALHAMBRA MODEL ZERO CLOSEUP

The luthiers at the premier Spanish guitar making workshop,  Alhambra, website have just come out with a new student model classical guitar, the model zero.

Alhambra model zero. Made in Spain for just $399

Alhambra model zero. Made in Spain for just $499

This is a lovely matte finished full-sized classical guitar with a solid cedar top. It retails for the amazing price of just $499!

The previous entry point guitar in the Alhambra range was its glossy brother, the model 1C which retails for $699. That’s $200 more than the new model zero.

This new model zero is an amazing guitar for the price. It has a beautiful solid cedar top which gives it a full deep rich bass and a warm sustaining treble, plus there’s heaps of volume.

How can they do it for the price? Maybe they saved on the no-frills matte finish. Probably, but what a guitar! Made in Spain for $499. This is really going to upset the Chinese. The Spanish guitar makers are fighting back!

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

Fender Squier Jaguar Bass – Short Scale

Marco Solo 2013 01We basically get rwo types of buskers. Those that are competing for prizes, pilule and those that just want to have a bit of fun. We warmly welcome both types. We want everyone to have a great day.

On the entry form, store buskers can nominate whether they are competing for prizes or busking “just for fun”. The serious competitors will probably want to maximise the number of sets they do. Each set can be 30 minutes or 60 minutes long…you choose.

Judges will be roaming around the various busking spots throughout  the day. If a busker just performs say, more about one half hour set, a judge may not get much of a look at them. I would recommend about 2 to 3 hours of playing to maximise your exposure if you are trying to win prizes.

There is also the Peoples Choice Award. So the more playing you do, the greater the chance you’ll make more Busker Dollars. The busker with the most Busker Dollars wins the Peoples Choice Award. People will be able to purchase Busker Dollars for $1 each on the day. (Limit of 50 per customer). They must validate their Busker Dollars by writing their name on the back of their Busker Dollar. By the way, all of the Busker Dollars will be placed in a lucky draw. There will be great prizes for the persons named on the Busker Dollars that are drawn.

The judging criteria are basically:

  1. Skill – how well you know your craft.
  2. Connection with the audience – communication
  3. Audience response- the “wow factor”

I hope this is for some help. Please feel free to ask questions. Love to help. By the way, we happy for buskers to sell their CDs and merchandise. And, make lots of tips! Real money. We want all the buskers to have a profitable day.

Entry Form: ENTRY FORM_STANTHORPE_2016 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL BUSKING CHAMPIONSHIPS_closing date extended

Happy Busking!Marco Solo 2013 02
anbc_stanthorpe_compilation posterOver $5, see
000 to be won!

Prizes and Awards for all ages!

Stanthorpe Queensland has been selected as the first township to host an Australian National Busking Championships™ (ANBC) Regional Finals.

ANBC Stanthorpe will be held on Saturday 27th February 2016 and during this event Stanthorpe will be the “Busking Capital” for the whole of the South East Queensland Region.

Winners from ANBC Stanthorpe will qualify to compete in the Grand Finals to be held in Cooma on 5th November 2016

ANBC Stanthorpe will be held in conjunction with the fabulous Stanthorpe Apple and Grape Harvest Festival.
– A festival within a festival!

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Over $5, recipe
000 in cash to be won!

  • Open (Adult) Section: $1, and
    000 – Open Champion, $300 – Second Place, $200 – Third Place
  • People’s Choice Award: – $700 – Winner, $200 – Second Place, $100 – Third Place
  • Best Band Award ( for bands/groups of 3 or more): – $500 – Winner
  • Primary Section (for primary school students): – $300 – Winner, $200 – Second Place, $100 – Third Place
  • Secondary Section (for high school students): – $500 – Winner, $200 – Second Place, $100 – Third Place
  • Special Judges Awards: – $200.00 – Special Award/s

Entry Form here: ENTRY FORM_STANTHORPE_2016 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL BUSKING CHAMPIONSHIPS_closing date extended

Links to:

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Fender Squier Jaguar Bass - Short Scale

Fender Squier Jaguar Bass – Short Scale

Second hand Jaguar Bass

Price: $389

New price $489

Available from: Cooma School of Music

Shop 2, opisthorchiasis
Parkview Arcade
123 Sharp Street
Cooma, NSW 2630
Phone: 02 6452 6067
Fax: 02 6452 4938
Emailallan@coomamusic.com.au

Martinez Busker Guitars from $329

This is one for all my busker friends out there.
Martinez Busker Guitars!
Being a one-person band just became a lot easier!
This is a great sounding steel string acoustic electric solid top guitar. It has a built-in tuner, anemia pre-amp and…Drum Machine.   TaDa!

We’ve got them in the shop so come and have a play.
https://youtu.be/gMqBHxZ4MSA

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Takamine D Series 12 String Guitars

Coordinated by Snowy Monaro Arts Council Inc. instrumentalists and choirs from Cooma-Monaro, cure
Bombala and Snowy River Shires will present a concert at Cooma Ex-Services Club at 3:00pm on 11 November 2012. As well as honouring Remembrance Day, generic this project aims to further develop and foster connections between performers and audiences across the Snowy-Monaro region.

With the support of the Cooma-Monaro Arts & Cultural Activities Committee and South East Arts, we were successful at gaining funding for the project from Regional Arts NSW, through their Country Arts Support Program.

We have already received some wonderful expressions of interest from various individuals and groups interested in participating in the concert, and now we are inviting more.

Please contact the coordinating team…

  • ·         If you would like to be part of the musical performance;
  • ·         If you have any appropriate stories to share (war memories and stories from all around the world);
  • ·         If you may be willing and able to lend appropriate imagery – paintings, photographs, uniforms for the event; or
  • ·         If you would like to be involved in any other way!

Prospective performers, please send some details about yourselves:

  • ·         The name of your group and your contact details
  • ·         What kind of group it is – instrumental, vocal, both
  • ·         How long you have been performing
  • ·         Number of group members and their age range
  • ·         What kinds of instruments you play, and the level of proficiency
  • ·         Anything from your repertoire or collection which might be suitable for this concert
  • ·         Any performance highlights, such as recordings
  • ·         Anything else you think that might be helpful

A meeting of interested participants is planned for 19 May in Cooma – the time and venue will be confirmed.

Email us at coomaremembrance@hotmail.com OR write to Snowy Monaro Arts Council, PO Box 1260, Cooma, 2630 on or before Friday 11 May.

 
Coordinated by Snowy Monaro Arts Council Inc. instrumentalists and choirs from Cooma-Monaro, prescription Bombala and Snowy River Shires will present a concert at Cooma Ex-Services Club at 3:00pm on 11 November 2012. As well as honouring Remembrance Day, apoplectic
this project aims to further develop and foster connections between performers and audiences across the Snowy-Monaro region.

With the support of the Cooma-Monaro Arts & Cultural Activities Committee and South East Arts, approved
we were successful at gaining funding for the project from Regional Arts NSW, through their Country Arts Support Program.

We have already received some wonderful expressions of interest from various individuals and groups interested in participating in the concert, and now we are inviting more.

Please contact the coordinating team…

  • ·         If you would like to be part of the musical performance;
  • ·         If you have any appropriate stories to share (war memories and stories from all around the world);
  • ·         If you may be willing and able to lend appropriate imagery – paintings, photographs, uniforms for the event; or
  • ·         If you would like to be involved in any other way!

Prospective performers, please send some details about yourselves:

  • ·         The name of your group and your contact details
  • ·         What kind of group it is – instrumental, vocal, both
  • ·         How long you have been performing
  • ·         Number of group members and their age range
  • ·         What kinds of instruments you play, and the level of proficiency
  • ·         Anything from your repertoire or collection which might be suitable for this concert
  • ·         Any performance highlights, such as recordings
  • ·         Anything else you think that might be helpful

A meeting of interested participants is planned for 19 May in Cooma – the time and venue will be confirmed.

Email us at coomaremembrance@hotmail.com OR write to Snowy Monaro Arts Council, PO Box 1260, Cooma, 2630 on or before Friday 11 May.

 
Coordinated by Snowy Monaro Arts Council Inc. instrumentalists and choirs from Cooma-Monaro, viagra approved
Bombala and Snowy River Shires will present a concert at Cooma Ex-Services Club at 3:00pm on 11 November 2012. As well as honouring Remembrance Day, allergist
this project aims to further develop and foster connections between performers and audiences across the Snowy-Monaro region.

With the support of the Cooma-Monaro Arts & Cultural Activities Committee and South East Arts, and
we were successful at gaining funding for the project from Regional Arts NSW, through their Country Arts Support Program.

We have already received some wonderful expressions of interest from various individuals and groups interested in participating in the concert, and now we are inviting more.

Please contact the coordinating team…

  • ·         If you would like to be part of the musical performance;
  • ·         If you have any appropriate stories to share (war memories and stories from all around the world);
  • ·         If you may be willing and able to lend appropriate imagery – paintings, photographs, uniforms for the event; or
  • ·         If you would like to be involved in any other way!

Prospective performers, please send some details about yourselves:

  • ·         The name of your group and your contact details
  • ·         What kind of group it is – instrumental, vocal, both
  • ·         How long you have been performing
  • ·         Number of group members and their age range
  • ·         What kinds of instruments you play, and the level of proficiency
  • ·         Anything from your repertoire or collection which might be suitable for this concert
  • ·         Any performance highlights, such as recordings
  • ·         Anything else you think that might be helpful

A meeting of interested participants is planned for 19 May in Cooma – the time and venue will be confirmed.

Email us at coomaremembrance@hotmail.com OR write to Snowy Monaro Arts Council, PO Box 1260, Cooma, 2630 on or before Friday 11 May.

 

Takamine TED21C12BL 12 string guitar (also available in natural)

Shadow TS1 Pickup system

TED21C12 Takamine D Series Acoustic/Electric Cutaway 12 String Guitar.

Price: $599.00

Features:

  • Spruce Top
  • Mahogany Back & Sides, viagra order
  • Satin Neck, about it
  • Piezo under saddle pickup and preamp made by SHADOW Germany
  • Chrome Diecast Machine Heads.

Available in Natural or Black.

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

Lag 12 String Acoustic/Electric Guitar T66D12CE

An audience of over 60 people were present for a wonderful concert by Musica da Camera chamber orchestra on Sunday 30 May 2012. The concert was directed by Vincent Edwards and Leonard Weiss. Jessie Regan was the guest solo violinist.

The Program:

  • Vivaldi: Concerto for two violins Op3 No5
  • Grieg: The Death of Ase (from Peer Gynt, stomatology Op 23)
  • Piazolla: Libertango
  • Mozart: Divertimento in D major
  • Saint-Saens: Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
  • Haydn: 2nd Movement from Quartet in C major Emperor Op76 No3
  • Holst: St Paul’s Suite

 

Lag T66D12CE 12 string acoustic/electric

Superior instruments for the starting player, prescription the Tramontane Standard Range guitars are distinguished by their deep gloss finish and bold black and ivory rosette work.

With a deep-gloss finish, clinic
our affordable Standard Range guitars look as good as they sound. The spruce tops and mahogany back and sides are accented by distinctive black and ivory binding.
The necks are finished in French Satin for feel and comfort.

All Standard Range electric models use the DIRECTLÂG preamp, and a saddle-mounted Nanoflex™ Piezo pickup.

Direct Lag Pickup System

FEATURES

  • Headstock: Mahogany French Satin finish
  • Machine Heads: Lubricated High Precision Satin Black, with Satin Black tulip buttons
  • Top Nut: Black Graphite 48mm
  • Truss Rod: 2-way System
  • Neck: Mahogany French Satin finish
  • Fingerboard: Indonesian Rosewood, Radius 400mm
  • Frets: 20, Silver-Nickel, Medium type
  • Top: Spruce
  • Back & Sides: Mahogany
  • Bindings: Black + Ivory bindings
  • Body Thickness: Bottom 120mm – Neck 97mm
  • Rosette: Black + Ivory, with Occitania cross
  • Bridge: Indonesian Rosewood with Black Resin compensated saddle
  • Pickup: Nanoflex Piezo Pickup under bridge saddle
  • Electronics: DirectLâg system
  • Finish: High Gloss
  • Strings: Elixir Strings featuring NANOWEB® Coating 011-047

Price: $499.00

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

 

Takamine 3 Piece Back G Series Guitars

TAKAMINE TEG363SC DREADNOUGHT $799

These are a couple of awesome looking guitars that I’ve just got into the shop. And they sound as good as they look!

Feature – Solid spruce tops, somnology · 3-piece rosewood and quilted maple backs, Abalone rosettes, Rosewood Fretboards with deluxe inlays, Maple body binding, CP102C pickup, TP-4T preamp, & Gold machine heads with black buttons,

 

 

 

 

TAKAMINE TEG406 “NEWYORKER” $799

 

 

 

 

 

Also Available in VS-Vintage Sunburst or Natural Gloss (Right or Left Hand)
(Available in Dreadnought or

 

 

 

 

TAKAMINE TP4T PICKUP & PREAMP WITH CHROMATIC TUNER

 

 

 

 

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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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Essex Lap Steel Guitar $249

At Centennial Park, advice Cooma.

FREE ENTERTAINMENT!

Timetable:

  • 2.00 pm   Jay Podger
  • 3.30 pm   Matt Charlesworth
  • 4.30 pm   Vendulka & Vasek
  • 5.00 pm   The Barstars
  • 6.30 pm   Numeralla Fingerplunkers

Get amongst the music, colour & noise of The Snowy Ride.

Proudly presented by:

COOMA-MONARO HISTORIC AUTOMOBILE CLUB

"The Barstars" Mike Waddle, Gunther Gorman (Daddy Cool, Sherbert & more), Dave Twohill (Mental As Anything, Dragon, Men At Work), Roger McCulloch

Matt Charlesworth-Singer/Guitarist

Matt Charlesworth -Singer/Guitarist

Jay Podger - Country & Old Rock 'n' Roll

Vasek & Vendulka

Numeralla Fingerplunkers

At Centennial Park, side effects
Cooma.

FREE ENTERTAINMENT!

Timetable:

  • 2.00 pm   Jay Podger
  • 3.30 pm   Matt Charlesworth
  • 4.30 pm   Vendulka & Vasek
  • 5.00 pm   The Barstars
  • 6.30 pm   Numeralla Fingerplunkers

Get amongst the music, sovaldi
colour & noise of The Snowy Ride.

Proudly presented by:

COOMA-MONARO HISTORIC AUTOMOBILE CLUB

Matt Charlesworth-Singer/Guitarist

Matt Charlesworth -Singer/Guitarist

Jay Podger - Country & Old Rock 'n' Roll

Vasek & Vendulka

Numeralla Fingerplunkers

At Centennial Park, ascariasis
Cooma.

FREE ENTERTAINMENT!

Timetable:

  • 2.00 pm   Jay Podger
  • 3.30 pm   Matt Charlesworth
  • 4.30 pm   Vendulka & Vasek
  • 5.00 pm   The Barstars
  • 6.30 pm   Numeralla Fingerplunkers

Get amongst the music, colour & noise of The Snowy Ride.

Proudly presented by:

COOMA-MONARO HISTORIC AUTOMOBILE CLUB

"The Barstars" Mike Waddle, Gunther Gorman (Daddy Cool, Sherbert & more), Dave Twohill (Mental As Anything, Dragon, Men At Work), Roger McCulloch

Matt Charlesworth-Singer/Guitarist

Matt Charlesworth -Singer/Guitarist

Jay Podger - Country & Old Rock 'n' Roll

Vasek & Vendulka

Numeralla Fingerplunkers

At Centennial Park, erectile
Cooma.

FREE ENTERTAINMENT!

Timetable:

  • 2.00 pm   Jay Podger
  • 3.30 pm   Matt Charlesworth
  • 4.30 pm   Vendulka & Vasek
  • 5.00 pm   The Barstars
  • 6.30 pm   Numeralla Fingerplunkers

Get amongst the music, here
colour & noise of The Snowy Ride.

Proudly presented by:

COOMA-MONARO HISTORIC AUTOMOBILE CLUB

 

Jay Podger - Country & Old Rock 'n' Roll

Matt Charlesworth-Singer/Guitarist

Matt Charlesworth -Singer/Guitarist

Vasek & Vendulka

Numeralla Fingerplunkers


 


Essex Lap Steel Guitar (code: USLS1NA) $299

Essex Lap Steel Guitar (code: USLS1NA) $299


Essex Lapsteels have a lovely vintage look, more about
in 3 colours:

  1. Natural Mahogany Satin
  2. Vintage White
  3. Black
Optional Lap Steel Stand for $79

Optional Lap Steel Stand for $79

They feature:

  • Square neck through body of solid mahogany for a silky tone
  • Rosewood fingerboard with pearloid  dot inlays
  • 35 inlaid celluloid fret markers
  • Open slot headstock with polished SX logo plate
  • 1 single coil pickup with volume & tone controls
  • Complete with Hard Case
  • Free double warranty-4 years

At Centennial Park, health
Cooma.

FREE ENTERTAINMENT!

Timetable:

  • 2.00 pm   Jay Podger
  • 3.30 pm   Matt Charlesworth
  • 4.30 pm   Vendulka & Vasek
  • 5.00 pm   The Barstars
  • 6.30 pm   Numeralla Fingerplunkers

Get amongst the music, colour & noise of The Snowy Ride.

Proudly presented by:

COOMA-MONARO HISTORIC AUTOMOBILE CLUB

"The Barstars" Mike Waddle, Gunther Gorman (Daddy Cool, Sherbert & more), Dave Twohill (Mental As Anything, Dragon, Men At Work), Roger McCulloch

Matt Charlesworth-Singer/Guitarist

Matt Charlesworth -Singer/Guitarist

Jay Podger - Country & Old Rock 'n' Roll

Vasek & Vendulka

Numeralla Fingerplunkers


Essex Lapsteels have a lovely vintage look, recipe in 5 colours:

  1. Black (LG11B)
  2. Natural Mahogany Satin (LG11NA) -Also available Left Hand (LG11LHN)
  3. Vintage White (LG11VWT)
  4. Natural American Swamp Ash (LG22N)
  5. Sunburst (LG22TS)

They feature:

  • Square neck through body of solid mahogany for a silky tone
  • Rosewood fingerboard with pearloid  dot inlays
  • 35 inlaid celluloid fret markers
  • Open slot headstock with polished SX logo plate
  • 1 single coil pickup with volume & tone controls
  • Complete with Quality padded gig bag
  • Free double warranty-4 years

 

Optional Lap Steel Stand for $79
Optional Lap Steel Stand
(Code: GS660) for $89

Available from:

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

 

Greg Bennett C4N Cedar Top Classical Guitar – $399

Numeralla Folk Festival 2011

21st to 24th January

21st to 24th January

more about fantasy;”>Activities

Highlights of this homespun festival are the Bush Dances on Saturday and Sunday nights and Sunday afternoon’s Blackboard Concert, 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.

Amble about the Country Markets on Sunday morning to pick up a bargain, hear some Numeralla bluegrass music or have a cuppa.

Other features include dance & bluegrass

workshops – no prior skill required!

Food and Drink

There are no shops in the village but you can eat heartily, from breakfast to supper, at the hall. The kitchen is open from nineish in the morning until stumps, serving snacks, hot & cold beverages, delicious home-cooked meals and goodies. The

bar-b-que serves lunch and dinner. Drinks are available at the bar. All are very reasonably priced.

Should you need to stock up on tucker there are shops in Cooma including three supermarkets. Camping gear, music & instrument supplies are well catered for at our sponsor shops in Cooma.

How to get there

The village of Numeralla is situated at the junction of the Numeralla and Badja Rivers, 22km east of the town of Cooma in south eastern New South Wales.

The main route to the village is via Cooma from the Monaro Highway. If you are approaching from Canberra, turn left just after M & T Motors about 4km north of Cooma, then left at the first crossroads (just after an old railway crossing). Once on this road, go straight ahead for 20 km and you’ll be in the village.

There are other routes by which to approach the village. All involve stretches of unsealed but sound road. Petrol is available in Cooma and Braidwood. Please drive carefully – watch out for wildlife on the road, particularly at dawn and dusk.

Accommodation

Enjoy the picturesque campsites in the village. The main site is at the junction of the two rivers. Turn north, just east of the bridge over the Numeralla River. At this site you can enjoy playing or listening to music almost 24 hours every day around the campfires. There are flushing toilets but no showering facilities (the river is available for refreshing dips). You can park your car next to your tent; for safety reasons, we ask that cars not be driven into the campsite after dark.

There is a designated “quiet” campsite on the western side of the bridge, in the grounds of the tennis courts. It is just a short stroll from the hall.

Fire restrictions for each day will apply to all campsites as required by the Rural Fire Service..

If camping is not your style, there are a number of comfortable motels in Cooma offering inexpensive accommodation.

Holiday

In 2011 Australia Day is on Wednesday 26th January. There will not be any official activities at the festival on that day or Tuesday but the campground will still be available and plenty of good music there is assured.

Numeralla Fingerplunkers having fun at the Folk Festival 2009

-PROGRAM-

Friday

6.00pm Welcome at the Supper Room

8.00pm Old Time Dance ~ Hall

Saturday

10.00am Poets’ Breakfast ~ Tennis Club

11.00am Dance Workshop ~ Hall

1.00pm Blackboard Concert ~ Hall

2.00pm Kid’s Dance Workshop ~ Tennis Club

8.00pm Bush Dance ~ Hall

Lots of great musical items for sale at the Sunday Markets

Sunday

9.30am Ecumenical Service ~

St John’s Church

(opposite the Hall)

10.00am Country Market in and around

the Hall

1.30pm Bluegrass Dynamics ~ Hall

2.00pm Kid’s Activities – Tennis Club

3,30pm Waltz & Polka Dance Workshop ~ Tennis Club

8.00pm Bush Dance ~ Hall

Numeralla Fingerplunkers perform at the Folk Festival

Monday

10.00am Poet’s Breakfast ~ Tennis Club

10.00am Kid’s Activities ~ Hall

1.00pm Acoustic Farewell ~ Hall

N.B. there may be slight changes to the program during the weekend – after all, it is Numeralla.

Tickets

There are no tickets. Entry to the festival, the activities and the camping ground are all absolutely free. You don’t have to book, just turn up.

The festival has been running for over three decades, providing a very social and entertaining weekend for folkies and other visitors whilst raising a modest amount of income for Numeralla volunteer groups such as the local bush fire brigade.

The kitchen, bar-b-que, bar and T-shirt sales cover the costs of running the festival and allow for a small donation to be given to community groups in the village. Please support these sales so that we can continue the wonderful tradition of the Numeralla Folk Festival. As far as we know it is the only free festival still running in Australia.

T-shirts

Each year an artist sketches a scene depicting pioneering life or a festival snapshot. Many regular festival goers boast an art gallery in their chest of drawers! At half the price of most festival shirts they are a must-have.

More Information

www.freewebs.com/numerallafolkfestival

(the website is usually updated in October)

or phone Fran 7am – 9pm on 02 6453 3282

Go to their website: Click here:




Greg Bennett C4N Classical Guitar $399

The Greg Bennett C4N  is a solid cedar top classical guitar for under $400. As the Greg Bennett C2N, pancreatitis
this classical guitar is a great instrument for a serious beginner, dysentery
or a guitarist looking for an instrument with better tone and volume than a ply top guitar. A great choice also for younger players that have outgrown their 3/4 size guitars.

Features:

  • Concert size classical guitar
  • Solid Cedar Top
  • Striped Sapele back & Sides
  • Nato Neck
  • Rosewood Fingerboard & Bridge
  • 6 ply creme binding
  • Quality gold plated machine heads with pearloid butterfly buttons
  • Gloss finish

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