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Around The World – Saturday 22 June 2013 at 7pm

A Concert Presented by The Snowy Mountains Ensemble

With music from six continents and many different cultures.

From Latin American to Japanese traditional music, here there is something for everyone!

  • When: Saturday 22 June 2013 at 7pm
  • Where: St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, 136 Commissioner Street
  • Cost: $5 Kids / $15 Concessions / $20 Adults

The theme of this concert is ‘Around the World’, and a variety of music from all over the globe will be presented. We have compiled a very exciting collection of pieces ranging from Japanese folk songs and Russian nationalistic tunes to Scottish Dances and music inspired by Africa. 

Following the concert there will be a multicultural supper to continue with the international theme. We think this will be a great way to continue enjoying music together and celebrate in our harmony through diversity.

As usual we plan to recruit the skills of several very fine professional musicians to enhance the quality of our performance, and also to give our amateur players the awesome opportunity to be inspired by playing alongside a pro. You can help support this community education program by coming along to watch the concert on the 22nd of June and bringing along your friends and family to this one-off celebration of music and multiculturalism!

For more information go to The Snowy Mountains Ensemble website

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Krzysztof Malek Piano Recital- 14 April 2012, 8pm

As part of the Over the Moonbah Festival

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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.
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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.

Cooma Multicultural Community Festival – Sunday 18 March 2012

Monaro Country Music Muster
A weekend of country music is being planned for Friday, oncology 30th March to Sunday, 1st. April 2012 in Cooma, to raise money to support the Monaro Committee for Cancer Research. The MCCR wants to raise funds to support families living with cancer in the Cooma-Monaro, Bombala and Snowy River Shires.

The Cooma Rotary Club is hosting this music event.

Programme:

Friday 30th March at 7.30pm – Jay Podger’s Album Launch

Venue: Cooma ExServices Club

Tickets: $20 ($5 of which goes to MCCR)

Saturday 31th March – Cooma Country & Bowling Club

1.00pm Bush Poetry ($2 includes afternoon tea)

7.00pm Walk-Up Concert ($5 includes light supper)

-Poets & musician welcome to perform-

Sunday 1st April – Concert in Centennial Park Cooma

11.00am – 4.00pm

(Bring a chair/rug. Donations will be greatfully accepted. If it’s raining this concert will be moved to the Cooma ExServices Club)

 

Enquires please contact:

Elaine Schofield Phone: 02 64525925 Email ainee.pv@hotmail.com

 

 

 

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  • Market Stalls
  • Performances from around the World
  • International Cuisine
  • Entertainment for the whole family

If you require further information  –

Contact : Yvi Henderson at Monaro Family Support Services in Cooma