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Community Stage – Perisher Peak Festival 2015 – Your Chance to Shine!

This year’s festival is happening at Cooma Rotary Markets on Sunday 15 March 2015, this site from 10am to 3pm. Thanks to Cooma Rotary, case Cooma Monaro Shire Council, Queanbeyan Multicultural Centre and last but not least M.A.G.I.C. – Multicultural Activity Group in Cooma!

After the festival you can come to see Evgeny-Ukhanov, Russian Concert Pianist at St Pauls Anglican Parish Hall at 3pm:

World Class Pianist Evgeny Ukhanov_Cooma Concert 15 March 2015

 

COOMA MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL
Cielle Kinross_black and whiteCooma School of Music welcomes another new teacher, healing Cielle Kinross. Cielle will be teaching singing and song writing at Cooma School of Music. Cielle is a wonderful singer in her own right and she has an extremely impressive background in music. Her website contains some great audio and video as well as a biography and photos. www.ciellekinross.com.

Cielle loves many diferent kinds of music, but her first love is country. “Growing up on the land, listening to artists such as Neil Young, John Williamson, Emmylou Harris and John Denver, there was never any doubt that country music was in Cielle’s blood. Nowadays, her musical influences consist of artists such as Holly Williams, Patty Griffin, Eva Cassidy, Zac Brown Band, Bernard Fanning, Shane Nicholson, Norah Jones, Brandi Carlile and many, many more….” (from her website)

January 2015 saw Cielle kick the New Year off in Tamworth, where she not only performed at the Country Music Festival, but also attended the highly acclaimed CMAA Academy of Country Music, and was fortunate enough to be mentored by industry leaders such as Tamara Stewart, Lyn Bowtell, Kevin Bennett, Karl Broadie, Roger Corbett, Brad Bergen and Amber Lawrence. Among the many highlights was the opportunity to sing a few songs with the likes of Kasey Chambers, Harry Hookey and Catherine Britt.

You can contact Cielle on 0421 810 038

Cielle Kinross - singer, song writer & teacher

Cielle Kinross – singer, song writer & teacher

Community Stage 2015

PEAK LOGOYou’re invited to apply for the Perisher Peak Festival community stage! Showcasing the talents of the region, cialis
the community stage will give community and school choirs, recipe
bands and ensembles an opportunity to perform at the festival, pills
meet, network and have some fun!

 

Details
Performances Sat 6th June or Sun 7th June
½ Hour Set (or talk to us if you think you need longer/shorter)
All performers will receive wristbands for the whole day they attend plus free Ski-Tube tickets and Park Entry.
To Apply
Fill in the form below and send to dave@peakfestival.com.au

Community Stage PPF 2015 Info & Application

Cooma School of Music Proudly Supports Perisher Peak Festival

ENTRIES CLOSE  17th MAY_SO BE QUICK!

Also:

Cold Snap Sale!

Great deals on Peak Festival Tickets & Accommodation!

http://peakfestival.com.au/accommodation/

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Mount Beauty Music Festival – April 25-27 2014

Mount Beauty Music Festival is looking for Buskers and Street Performers.

Calling all Buskers!

Calling all Buskers!

Here’s the link to their website:

http://www.musicmuster.org.au/

And click below for Busker Application Form:

2014 MBMFEST Busker application form

(please send your applications to – info@musicfestival.org.au)

Perisher-Snowy Mountains of Music-Australia’s Coolest Festival

This concert is presented by the Snowy Monaro Arts Council (in association with SEAR) and features the talents of students from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. This tour is directed, physiotherapy organized and supported by David Miller. This is the 10th year of ConQuest.

This year features:

  • Louise Peake: Saxophone
  • Davina Shum: Cello
  • Pascal Herington: Tenor
  • Jeremy So: Piano
  • Cecilia Palmer: Violin

Cooma Concert Details:

  • When: Wednesday 29 June 2011 at 7.30pm
  • Where: St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall, ampoule Commissioner Street, more info Cooma
  • Tickets: Adults $20, Arts Council Members $15, Students $5

(Tickets available at the door or from the Fabric Salon, Vale St Cooma)

ConQuest X 2011

 

Click here to see the whole Catalogue.

Available from:

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

Click here to see the whole Catalogue.

Available from:

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

The new Inside Music Summer Catalogue is out now!

Inside Music is Australia’s number one music group. There are over 100 independent music stores nationwide in our group. The products in this catalogue represent the  finest value for money anywhere.

Many of the products carry an exclusive Inside Music Double Warranty, sale
 so you can buy with absolute confidence. Essex, for sale
Gypsy Rose, medicine
DXP and Valencia all come with a 4 year warranty. Casio Keyboards come with a 5 year warranty. Greg Bennett, Lag, and Hagstrom come with a 10 year warranty.

So you can be confident that when you buy music products from  this catalogie that you are getting:

  • Quality
  • Value
  • Durability

Here are 16 pages from the catalogue:

(Click on thumbnails for larger image)

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

Long Weekend 10-13 June 2011

Perisher-Snowy Mountains NSW

World, troche Roots, drug
Blues, ask
Gypsy, Acoustic, Celtic Music:

  • Christine Anu
  • Ash Grunwald
  • Skipping Girl Vinegar
  • Eric Bogle
  • King Marong and Afro Mandinko
  • The Sunny Cowgirls
  • and many, many more

AND FEATURING A CELEBRATION OF INDIGENOUS MUSIC

Tickets and Programmes Available at:

Click Here For More Info

National Folk Festival 2010

Express 15 Dec 2009

Express 15 Dec 2009

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  • Professionally set up with Pirastro “Tonica” strings by a qualified luthier
  • Available in sizes: 1/8, what is ed
    1/4, 1/2, 3/4  & Full size

For more information:

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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

national folk festival 2010Title: National Folk Festival
Location: Exhibiton Park, ambulance Canberra
Link out: Click here
Start Date: 2010-04-01
End Date: 2010-04-05

For more information go to:

http://www.folkfestival.asn.au/

Thredbo 16th Blues Festival

Cooma Harmony Chorus sang in a concert of Christmas Carols at Jerrabomberra on Saturday 5 December.

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thredbo blues festival 16th

Title: Thredbo 16th Blues Festival
Location: Thredbo, stomach
Snowy Mountains NSW
Link out: Click here
Start Date: 15 January 2010
End Date: 17 January 2010

Update-Music Festival Snowy Mountains Christian School

Title: Music at the Bowling Club
Location: Cooma Bowling Club
Description: Open mic afternoon to raise money for Cooma Hospital. Contact:Elaine Schofields 6452 5925
Date: 2009-10-08
SMCS MUSIC FESTIVALParticipating Bands/Groups/Choirs.

1.  Canberra Concerto Orchestra Concert Band

2.  St. Francis Xavier College – A.C.T.

3.  Cooma District Band

4.  Salvation Army, web
Cooma

5.  Snowy Mountains Grammar School, drugs
Jindabyne

6.  Queanbeyan High School

7.  Snowy Mountains Christian School Concert Band

8.  Eden Marine High School

9.  Heartsong Choir – Bega

10. Harmony Chorus – Cooma

There will be many individuals attending as well, physiotherapy
as players or singers, mostly secondary school age, university or more advanced in ‘life’s experience’.

Sectional Rehearsal Groups – BAND

GROUP                                                TEACHER

1.  Flute                                               Liz Mitchell (A.C.T.)

2.  Clarinet                                          Judith Marriott (Cooma)

3.  Saxaphone                                      Bryan Hooley (Murrumbateman)

4.  Trumpet                                         Helen Gill (Candelo)

5.  French Horn                                   Ron Bennett (A.C.T.)

6.  Trombone                                      Michael Bailey (A.C.T.)

7.  Low Brass                                       Chris Wall (Cooma)

8.  Percussion                                      Veronica Walshaw (A.C.T.)

Combined Choir Conductor/Clinician – Rodney Clancy (A.C.T.)

“Heartsong” – Geoff Badger (Bega)

Harmony Chorus – Leslie Spencer (Cooma)

Accompanist  –  Carol Wagner (Jindabyne)

Concert Band Sectionals and the Choir Workshops will run at Snowy Mountains Christian School, Cnr Boona & Baroons Sts, Cooma (opposite Snowy Hydro in Mittagang Rd.)

Phone 6452 4333.  Fax:  6452 4300.

  • All Band and Choir participants should arrive at SMCS by 9.30am for the Welcome and introductions.
  • The P & FF Committee has prepared a menu for the day. Prices are listed.
  • All participants are asked to pay $10 as they arrive.  This money will help cover the cost of professional tutors. Name labels will also be provided on arrival.
  • The Combined Band items are:

1.  Title theme to Chicken Run

2.  Fiddler on the Roof – Medley

Parts are available by contacting me, Phil Horneman on 0401 624 138 or at night on 6452 1255.

  • No preparation is necessary for the Choir activity.

A Special Request: Could all band/choir directors let me know by fax, phone or email:

  • Instruments – how many of each type, e.g. flutes, Clarinet, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Sax’s, Percussion, etc.
  • Voices – how many of each voice type, Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass.

This information will help the tutors to prepare for the day.

PROGRAM

9.30am            Welcome to SMCS

10.00am          Sectional Rehearsal No. 1. / Choir Workshop 1

11.00am          Break

11.20am          Sectional Rehearsal No. 2 / Choir Workshop 2

12.00noon       Lunch

1.00pm           Combined Item Rehearsal / Combined Choir Rehearsal, both at SMCS

2.00pm           Concert Part 1

2 – 3 items from individual Band groups or Sectional Ensembles, the

massed band items, and Choir items.

3.15pm            Afternoon Tea

3.45pm            Concert Part 2

Sectional Teachers will be prepared with one or two easy arrangements for each group, e.g. Flute Choir.  Some time may be used for the combined Band parts, but the bulk of the time will be used to prepare a performance for the afternoon concert.


CONCERT PROGRAM

(This Program will be adapted if necessary)

2.00pm            Part 1

Instrumental Groups x 2-3

Harmony Chorus

Instrumental Groups x 2-3

Heartsong Choir

Cooma DISTRICT BAND

Combined Choir Item

3.15pm            Afternoon Tea

3.40pm            Part 2

SMCS CB

Canberra Concerto Orchestra CB.

St Francis Xavier CB.

Combined CB Items

4.30pm            Finale & Tidy up.

Approx.

SPECIAL REQUEST 1  The SMCS music festival will be a UNIFORM DAY.  That is, all school bands/groups should attend in school uniforms.  All Community Bands/Groups are asked to perform in their usual performance attire, but are welcome to wear neat casual attire during the day.   (Classrooms can be used as change rooms if required).  The Concert is open to the public and I would like us to look our best on stage.

SPECIAL REQUEST 2  Could all Concert Band musicians be sure to bring:

1. Music stands

2. Instrument(s)

3. Combined Item music

4. Performance music.

5. School uniforms or concert dress.

A photocopier will be available early in the day for emergencies.  Both Rodney Clancy and myself have original copies of the Combined band charts.

Just a reminder there will be a canteen on the day with BBQ and healthy food!

Thank you again for your participation.

Yours sincerely,

Phil Horneman

Email:  phil.horneman@smcs.nsw.edu.au Phone:  0401 624 138   6452 1255

Phone SMCS:  6452 4333,   Fax:  6452 4300.

P.S. Activities at the Festival will be recorded on camera and video, interviews may also take place in the breaks.  The aim will be to present an article to the Journal of the Music Council of Australia – MUSIC FORUM.

Music Festival-Snowy Mountains Christian School

Alpine Hotel: 170 Sharp Street, viagra 60mg Cooma NSW 2630 Ph: (02) 6452 1466 Email: info@alpinehotel.com.au

Australian Hotel (The Aussie): 137 Sharp Street, phlebologist  Cooma NSW 2630 Ph: (02) 6452 1844

Coffey’s Hotel: 6 Short Street, geriatrician Cooma NSW 2630 Ph: (02) 6452 2064 (Performers’ Night (open mic)  every Thursday at 7.00 pm.)

Cooma Country & Bowling Club: 6 Mawson Street, Cooma NSW 2630 Ph: (02) 6452   1229

Cooma Exservices Club: 106 Vale Street, Cooma NSW 2630 Ph: (02) 6452 1144 Email: kade@coomaexservicesclub.com.au

Cooma Hotel: Corner of Massie & Vale Streets, Cooma NSW 2630 Ph: (02) 6452 2003

Dodd’s Hotel: 94 Commissioner Street, Cooma NSW 2630 Ph: (02) 6452 2132

The Royal Hotel: Corner of Sharp & Lambie Streets, Cooma NSW 2630 Ph: (02) 6452 2132 Email: royalhotelcooma@bigpond.com
SMCS MUSIC FESTIVALTitle: Music Festival-Snowy Mountains Christian School
Location: SMCS Cnr. Baroona Avenue & Boona Street Cooma North
Link out: Click here
Description: For Orchestra Concert Band players and Choral Singers. Workshops & Concert $10 per person all day
Time: 9.30 am to 4.30 pm
Date: Saturday 31 October 2009

Concert Band Features:

  • 7 Bands, shop including Canberra Concerto Orchestra Concert Band
  • Sectional rehearsals
  • Bands venue: SMCS 9.30 to 4.30

Choir Features:

  • All interested singers welcome
  • Special guest choirs: Heartsong Choir (Bega) & Cooma Harmony Chorus
  • Choir Workshops
  • Venue: St Pauls Anglican Church Hall, treatment
    Commissioner Street, Cooma (9.30 to 12.00 then SMCS 12.00 to 4.30)

COMBINED CHOIR & BAND CONCERT 2.00 pm at SMCS

  • Ph: (02) 6452 4333
  • Fax: (02) 6452 4300
  • Email: phil.horneman@smcs.nsw.edu.au

Registrations just $10 per person