Brodie gets his new Greg Bennett Mandolin

Title: Milena Cifali presents “A Passion for Italy”
Location: Italian Cultural Centre, website
Franklin Street Manuka, ACT
Description: The Italian Cultural Centre is hosting a night of guitar music performed by Milena Cifali followed by an Italian pasta buffet, with a guest performance by the Classical Guitar Society of Canberra.
Start Time: 7.00 pm
Date: Saturday 23rd May 2009
End Time: 10.00 pm
n67053616026_6552Title: Milena Cifali presents “A Passion for Italy”
Location: Italian Cultural Centre, resuscitation
Franklin Street Manuka, public health
ACT
Description: The Italian Cultural Centre is hosting a night of guitar music performed by Milena Cifali followed by an Italian pasta buffet, with a guest performance by the Classical Guitar Society of Canberra.
Start Time: 7.00 pm
Date: Saturday 23rd May 2009
End Time: 10.00 pm
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Media Release – 1 April 2009

ARTISTS LINE UP FOR FESTIVAL IN THE SNOW

On this year’s June Long Weekend, visit this site
the snowfields are set to pulse with a heady music cocktail of world, gypsy, folk and guitar at the inaugural Snowy Mountains of Music.

The first acts to be announced at this exciting new music festival at Perisher Resort include Bruce Mathiske, The Davidson Brothers, The Band Who Knew Too Much, Ami Williamson, Azadoota, Usutsu, Enda Kenny and Lindsay Martin.From Edinburgh to Nashville guitar legend Bruce Mathiske (pictured) has wowed audiences all around the world. Blending infectious rhythms with flamenco, swing and steel string blues, it will be standing room only for this mighty guitar master.

Make sure you catch smoky diva Ami Williamson (famous daughter of John) when she brings her very original sound and honeyed renditions of some of Australia’s favourite rock songs to the festival stage. Listen up for songs of life, laughter and injustice when acclaimed Dublin-born Enda Kenny ‘the best folk singer songwriter working in Australia’ (SMH), teams up at the festival with long term collaborater Lindsay Martin.

Pick up some joie de vivre when music from all over the world comes to Perisher, Smiggins and Guthega. There’s Azadoota, world music at it’s best. Fusing Assyrian party music with Latin, African and Eastern European sounds, festival-goers won’t be able to resist the joyful grooves of this unique Sydney band. Let your soul sing when 10 piece African outfit Usutsu move in. Experience their unique blend of Southern African music, funk, jazz, reggae, dance hall and kwaito.

Next to line up is The Davidson Brothers, Australia’s number 1 bluegrass act and also one of it’s youngest. Get ready for some serious bluegrass action with banjos, mandolins and fiddles when these Golden Guitar winners tune up their instruments.

inally don’t miss out on Melbourne’s legendary floor-packing band The Band Who Knew Too Much when they bring some high energy to the Snowy Mountain nights with their classic washboard accordion rhythms and woodchop jazz.

From Friday 5 June to Monday 8 June, the Snowy Mountains of Music is a chance to experience the wonder of the high country in Winter whilst listening to some great new sounds of world, folk, roots, celtic, acoustic, song, dance, poetry and yarn-spinning. More bands to be announced over the next few weeks, so stay tuned.

FOR MEDIA ENQUIRIES PLEASE CONTACT BETTINA RICHTER
tel: 02 8209 3953 / mob: 0414 441 860

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Brodie loves his new mandolin

Brodie loves his new mandolin

Brodie was delighted to get his new Greg Bennett MF2VS Mandolin. This beautifully made instrument features, sale
a fully bound solid spruce top, this site
maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, quilted maple back and sides, vintage style fingerboard inlays, and floral inlaid headstock. This mandolin really sings and Brodie has composed a couple of songs for it already!

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