Hello Community Music Makers, and welcome to Shout!

Wow, where shall we start? There’s so much going on! Scroll down for a bundle of great stuff to read, events to pencil in or head along to, advice, grants and resources, and amazing job opportunities such as Festival Coordinator for CresFest 2022, a brand new folk and roots festival taking place in the Goldfields early next year.

There’s a beautiful article about the benefits of music making written by a Year 10 student who recently completed their work experience with CMVic; there’s a link to an article about the work that we do featured in the fantastic ‘Loud Mouth’ e-Zine published each month by The Music Trust, AND there’s an article written in response to a Chris Rowbury blog post by none other than our comms volunteer, Kass Mulvany. Get the kettle on! 

We’re also extremely excited about the CMVic events section which is jumping up and down to tell you about our fantastic line-up of events beginning in the Spring. The fun starts with Musicfest at the end of August then carries on to bring you Borondoora Ukulele Festival in September and Amberley Singing Camp in October! 

If you’re planning a new calendar of music-making events for term 3, we'd love to help you share the word. Please send all the deets to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) by July 22nd to be included in our online listings and the August edition of Shout!.

Huge thanks to Kass for her irrepressible energy in helping to compile all this, and to everyone who submitted articles and listings this month. If you’d like to spread the love, feel free to forward Shout! on to your music-making friends, or join up and become a member of CMVic! It’s really easy and can be done online here.

Happy singing; happy playing! Enjoy some winter sunshine and the break if you’re having one.

With warm wishes to all of you from all of us,

The CMVic team
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CMVic News

Vacancy for Appointment of CresFest 2022 Coordinator

Vacancy for Appointment of CresFest 2022 Coordinator

01 Jul 2021

CresFest 2022 is a new folk and roots festival which will take place in the gorgeous Goldfields region of Victoria in early 2022. In partnership with CMVic, The Festival Committee has received a grant from the Besen Family Foundation and is seeking to appoint a Coordinator. Further details of the Coordinator and application process can be found on the CMVic web page https://cmvic.org.au/about-us/positions-vacant  About the Festival According to the Oxford dictionary the word optimist [ˈɒptɪmˌɪst] is ‘person who starts a festival during a pandemic’. Which must apply to the population of the small town of Creswick, where a new festival…

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Making Music, Chocolate for the Soul

Making Music, Chocolate for the Soul

01 Jul 2021

This beautiful article for the CMVic blog is by Year 10 work experience student, Scarlet Lee, writing about the values and pleasures to be had in making music together… A common mindset when approaching musical participation, especially working collaboratively, is that you need to reach a certain skill set before you can perform. However performance can have many advantages beyond other people enjoying your music. Community Music Victoria is driven by the belief that every person should have access to the benefits of making music regardless of skill set. Making music can help improve our state of mind and stimulates the…

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Catch up with CMVic’s Pizza Party Video Showcase and Ukeoke!

Catch up with CMVic’s Pizza Party Video Showcase and Ukeoke!

01 Jul 2021

If you missed the recent Ukeoke with Bruce Watson and Friends, held by CMVic to mark Make Music Day 2021, you can watch a recording of it 'live' here: https://www.facebook.com/cmv.music/live Spend an hour with Bruce Watson, Margaret Crichton, John Howard and Michelle Fox, Nicki Johnson and Craig Barrie as they sing and strum old favourites and learn new faves! The recent Pizza Party video showcase featuring homegrown videos and live chats with community music leaders can be found on this link too! Wait for a quiet day, pop the kettle on, put your feet up, and enjoy…

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CMVic 2020 Annual Report - CMVic’s year of living virtually

CMVic 2020 Annual Report - CMVic’s year of living virtually

01 Jul 2021

In a year that globally demonstrated the need for participatory music to bring joy and belonging, while simultaneously challenging Victorian music leaders with wave after wave of uncertainty, CMVic rolled up its sleeves, charged up its devices and went to work. Our 2020 Annual Report is replete with pictures, stories and numbers that show the resilience, joy and peer support that will make you feel all the warm fuzzies! You can find it on our website here.  

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A Loudmouth Shout-out for CMVic from The Music Trust

A Loudmouth Shout-out for CMVic from The Music Trust

01 Jul 2021

Loudmouth is the monthly e-zine from The Music Trust, a Sydney-based organisation working 'with energy, imagination and authority for music in Australia.' Director, Richard Letts, recently got in touch inviting CMVic to tell the Loudmouth readership about what we do down here in Victoria. CMVic coordinator, Oli Hinton, put fingers to keys and here's what ensued! A link to Oli's smashing article about Community Music Victoria is given at the end of this lovely intro by Loudmouth… "What sort of state are you living in? Consider Victoria. Victorians have a reputation for togetherness, doing things together. Having teams. Crowding into football stadiums. Drinking coffee.…

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DHHS Updates for Singing or Music: Reviewed June 13

DHHS Updates for Singing or Music: Reviewed June 13

25 Jun 2021

On 25th June 2021, the following was posted on government websites: Do I need to wear a face mask during my dance or singing rehearsal or lesson? You must wear a face mask during your indoor rehearsal or lesson unless clear enunciation is essential, or another lawful exception applies. You should keep at least 1.5 metres apart from others.   Caps for outdoor dancing or acting rehearsals are subject to the capacity limits of the venue that you are rehearsing in.   When outdoors, it is recommended you wear a face mask if you cannot maintain 1.5 metres distance from other people.   If…

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The CMVic Shop never shuts!

The CMVic Shop never shuts!

31 May 2021

The CMVic online store has many wonderful resources lining its virtual shelves, including The Ukestration Manual and The Business of being a Community Musician by Mark Jackson and Jane Jelbart, and Just Sing and Just Sing Rounds songbooks aimed at community singing groups and choirs, by Jane Coker and Val Regan.                    



The Ukestration Manual: Want to go beyond hum’n’strum? Want to deal with music-making humans more effectively? 100+ pages packed with knowledge, practical solutions and reflections based on ten years of teaching and leading ukulele. Click here The Business of Being a Community Musician: Let people value you as a…

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Want to place your group or online event in our e-newsletter?

Want to place your group or online event in our e-newsletter?

01 Jul 2021

Send us an email request!  We'd love to list your group and events on our website. We receive a lot of requests, so to improve the chance of inclusion into our next edition of Shout!, email your details to communications@cmvic.org.au or contact us, with the following details (in text not PDF or JPEG formats).



We look forward to hearing from you! Title:  Brief Description:  Cost:  Time/Date: Contact: Name, Phone, Web (if available) Venue (or URL link if it's an online event):  Closing date: (for auditions, employee opportunities, competitions, awards). 

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Join the CMVic Monthly Giving Circle

Join the CMVic Monthly Giving Circle

01 Jul 2020

Join CMVic's Monthly Giving Circle! Community Music Victoria is in an exciting phase and we are busy doing what we do best: developing, implementing and delivering a rich program of music making opportunities and projects to deliver across Victoria which are open to everyone.  As an independent, not-for-profit, membership based organisation Community Music Victoria relies on a mix of Government funding, membership fees, sponsorship and your donation to exist. Your support is fundamental to the future of CMVic and to our broadening the take up of community music making in Victoria. Through your efforts, over the last couple of years we’ve been able to: Create hundreds of new songs and tunes to…

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CMVic Events

CMVic Musicfest - Saturday 28 August 2021!

CMVic Musicfest - Saturday 28 August 2021!

28 Aug 2021

Reconnect with old friends and meet your new musical family. Musicfest 2021 is like Grantville Music Camp but with new locations in the West, North (Mildura), and East (Emerald). Join a stellar lineup of music leaders to learn new tunes and techniques in the company of supportive, fun and friendly music makers.       -      No competing sessions – you get to try everything!       -      Experience a range of styles and traditions suitable for all instruments              and voices (even “kitchen percussion”!)       -   …

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Boroondara Ukulele Fest (BUF),  24-25 September

Boroondara Ukulele Fest (BUF),  24-25 September

24 Sep 2021 - 25 Sep 2021

B - It's the place to be. U - will have a ball, you'll see. F - a ukulele fest. It's Boroondara Uke Fest time - a-goody, goody, goody! For beginners, experienced strummers, learners and leaders! CMVic and the Australian Ukulele Teachers and Leaders Association (AUTLA) are cooking up a ukulele fest for a September to remember. To be held at the beautiful Ashburton Community Centre, and supported by the City of Boroondara, the full program will be available soon.

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2021 Amberley Singing Camp - 16 October

2021 Amberley Singing Camp - 16 October

16 Oct 2021

The wonderful volunteers that make up the CMVIc VicSings Committee have been beavering away at developing a nurturing, replenishing and inspiring singing camp - an opportunity to relax, reset and enjoy the wonder of singing together in harmony. The plan is for a face-to-face event held on the day of 16 October, rather than a residential weekend camp. As you can imagine, contingency planning for COVID has been a key consideration, as well as the impacts of lockdowns on singing leaders' budgets. We'll have more details in our August instalment of Shout!

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Public News

Community News and Info

Employment Opportunities at the House of Voice

Employment Opportunities at the House of Voice

01 Jul 2021

The House of Voice, based in Murrumbeena, VIC 3163, is looking to hire 3 new teachers to start at our wonderful studio and online, starting this term weeks 1-3: Singing Teacher Full job description and how to apply here Piano Teacher Full job…

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PIANO TEACHING POSITION : Blackburn Primary School

PIANO TEACHING POSITION : Blackburn Primary School

01 Jul 2021

I am looking for a qualified Piano Teacher for a continuing contracted position starting in Term 4 2021 at Blackburn Primary School. Applicants must have a Bachelor of Music or equivalent and be available to take on approximately 33 students,…

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Singing Outdoors

Singing Outdoors

01 Jul 2021

This is written in response to Chris Rowbury’s “Why I don’t like performing outdoors”. We DO! By Kass Mulvany Both Sides of the River are a community acappella group based in Warrandyte and the Bend of Islands, with singers travelling…

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Musicians Climate Crisis Network

Musicians Climate Crisis Network

30 Jun 2021

Musicians Climate Crisis Network Are you feeling eco-grief, solastalgia, or worried about the climate and ecological crises? The Musicians Climate Crisis Network may be for you. This group is for musicians, songwriters, singers, choir folk (and other artists) who are grappling with the…

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The pros and cons of registering for GST

The pros and cons of registering for GST

26 Jun 2021

There have been several grant opportunities for the music and hospitality industries in response to COVID restrictions. However, many businesses don't meet the regular prerequisites to be eligible for the grants, such as being registered for GST. To help clear…

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Financial support - Victorian Events Support Package

Financial support - Victorian Events Support Package

26 Jun 2021

Program overview - The $20 million dedicated Victorian Events Support Package will support event organisers, hosts and suppliers as they manage the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is part of more than $500 million in business support offered in response…

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Gippsland Acoustic Music Club News

Gippsland Acoustic Music Club News

23 Jun 2021

GAMC Diary: ♪ Tues 6th July 7.30pm: Committee meeting at Barb’s. ♪ Sun 1st Aug 7.30pm: Clubnight “Acapella August” featuring rescheduled performance of Acoustic Kitchen supported by Latrobe Valley Community Choir. *No scheduled camps as yet * Sadly, neither “Gippsapella”…

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SingScore - Resources

SingScore - Resources

22 Jun 2021

About SingScore, written by Ruth McCall as an introduction to this Australian Resource… It was whilst working with the Sydney Children’s Choir that I was struck again by the depth and quality of music being produced by contemporary Australian musicians…

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The Double Bass - what do you know??

The Double Bass - what do you know??

16 Jun 2021

Did you know that "Mozart was so infuriating, he was called a clown and and a knave and given a kick up the behind by the Archbishop of Salzburg's steward!" or that "Tchaikovsky's family censored his diaries to hide the…

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The “Key to Keys” & “Can Music Be Gendered?”

The “Key to Keys” & “Can Music Be Gendered?”

16 Jun 2021

Do you need something interesting to listen to while you plod through computer work? Try "The Listening Service" from the BBC. Key to Keys: Ever wondered why music is in the key it is in? Tom Service asks why western music is in…

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Public Events

Group Events

Beginners Ukulele Course - online

Beginners Ukulele Course - online

12 Jul 2021

Beginners Ukulele Course - online Learn and practice skills and songs to build up a great playable repertoire.   Mondays 6-7pm AEST from 12 July to 30 September $80 for 8 weeks on Zoom. Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/BLQSJ  See www.unstrungmusic.com.au for more…

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Ukulele Literacy

Ukulele Literacy

12 Jul 2021

NEW! Ukulele Literacy - online Learn to: Name the notes on the ukulele fingerboard Read sheet music Understand basic music theory Use you ukulele to work out vocal harmonies To pick melodies How to play in an ensemble Learn an…

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Willin Wimmin Choir - Term 3 2021

Willin Wimmin Choir - Term 3 2021

14 Jul 2021

Willin Wimmin - Women’s Choir - in person if COVID restrictions allow (online if not) Directed by Steph Payne   Wednesdays 7:30-9:30pm from 14 July Church of Christ Hall Douglas Parade & John St, Williamstown All levels. All people identifying…

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Wyndukes Ukestra - Term 3 2021

Wyndukes Ukestra - Term 3 2021

15 Jul 2021

Wyndukes Ukestra - in person if COVID restrictions allow (online if not) Wyndukes Ukestra plays contemporary songs with chords, riffs and vocal harmonies. This is an ongoing, committed group. Thursdays 7-8:30pm. 15 July to 16 September 10 weeks. $165. BYO…

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Drum Connection: Evening Sessions

Drum Connection: Evening Sessions

15 Jul 2021 - 16 Sep 2021

  Drum Connection Hurstbridge will be resuming ‘drum to drum’ African Drumming classes for the new term on Thursday 15 July with Covid safe practises in place. Drums are supplied and timid beginners are always welcome.  Term Dates: Thursdays 7.30-8.30 pm. July…

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Drum Connection: Daytime sessions

Drum Connection: Daytime sessions

16 Jul 2021 - 17 Sep 2021

Drum Connection Hurstbridge will be resuming ‘drum to drum’ African Drumming classes for the new term on Friday 16 July  with Covid safe practises in place. Drums are supplied and timid beginners are always welcome. Term Dates: Fridays 2.30-3.30 pm. July…

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The 2021 Boite Schools Chorus: Akoma

The 2021 Boite Schools Chorus: Akoma

05 Aug 2021

Enrolment for schools and community youth choirs now open! Follow this link to enroll your choirs now. https://bit.ly/30YH0ac Akoma: The Boite Schools Chorus 2021 Thursday 5th August, Melbourne Town Hall, 1.00pm and 7.30pm Artistic Director: Mishael Gyabeng Choir Director: Stella Savy…

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Metro Events

Jugg Life - Percussion Plus Juggling!

Jugg Life - Percussion Plus Juggling!

03 Jul 2021

Jugg Life - as a part of Burrinja Circus Festival Performance. Live percussion combined with the camaraderie of two best friends, who also happen to be Australia's best jugglers. Beginning with the simple tap of a stick on a drum and…

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Strumming Workshop with Women’s Guitar Group and Rose Turtle Ertler

Strumming Workshop with Women’s Guitar Group and Rose Turtle Ertler

06 Jul 2021

Women's Guitar Group is very excited to present Rose Turtle Ertler's Strumming Workshop   Come along if you know most open chords on guitar and would like to: - learn different ideas for strumming patterns - work out how to…

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Diamond Valley Singers presents: The Addams Family, A New Musical Comedy.

Diamond Valley Singers presents: The Addams Family, A New Musical Comedy.

09 Jul 2021 - 17 Jul 2021

Come and join the Diamond Valley Singers production of the 8-performance season of this well-known TV show; “The Addams Family”. In the kooky, upside-down world of the Addams Family, to be sad is to be happy, to feel pain is…

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Concert with Michelle Cook & David Kram

Concert with Michelle Cook & David Kram

10 Jul 2021

The Diamond Creek Concert Series has had to be rescheduled due to the lockdown, so the next concert starring Michelle Cook (soprano) and David Kram as accompanist will be on July 10. As a part of the Concert Series, Tickets are $20 / 15. July 10 at 2 pm. Graeme Ford, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), 0419 361 487. Uniting Church, Wensley Street, Diamond Creek. Melways Ref: 12, B6.…

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Dami Im • SOLO TOUR

Dami Im • SOLO TOUR

10 Jul 2021

Dami Im • SOLO TOUR, Sat 10 Jul 7.30pm. Dami Im brings her first ever solo tour to Burrinja for a special and intimate evening of Piano, Songs & Stories. Beginning her musical journey as a virtuoso pianist, Dami is renowned…

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The Who’s 1969 rock opera “Tommy”

The Who’s 1969 rock opera “Tommy”

13 Aug 2021 - 21 Aug 2021

Victorian Opera presentsThe Who's "Tommy" - Sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll are back with a vengeance. He may be deaf, dumb and blind but he sure plays a mean pinball. Following a traumatic childhood, Tommy’s extraordinary talents catapult him to cult…

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GSOV Chorus and Orchestra presents ‘The Gondoliers’

GSOV Chorus and Orchestra presents ‘The Gondoliers’

02 Sep 2021 - 04 Sep 2021

Enjoy an evening at the refurbished Alexander Theatre, Clayton with Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Victoria, ‘Australia's foremost exponents of light opera’ and their new production of The Gondoliers (2nd - 4th September) bursting with fresh voices, happy tunes, lavish sets, and glorious…

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Regional Events

Vokallista Term 2, ‘21

Vokallista Term 2, ‘21

08 Jun 2021 - 13 Jul 2021

A vibrant, inclusive and enthusiastic mob who sprinkle singing sweetness all around the Dandy Ranges and beyond. We love songs for the planet, human rights, gardens, equality and the odd whacky number. Led by Barb McFarlane. We are in our…

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Yes We Can - Free! Singing and Workshop

Yes We Can - Free! Singing and Workshop

24 Jun 2021 - 24 Jul 2021

Join us for FREE fun singing with award winning conductor JONATHON WELCH AM, YES I CAN! GIPPSLAND CHOIR with special guests CHOIR OF HARD KNOCKS and members of LATROBE VALLEY COMMUNITY CHOIR Thursday 24 June, 2021 Moe Town Hall, 69…

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Community Sing With James Rigby

Community Sing With James Rigby

03 Jul 2021

James Rigby will be leading a community sing as part of the Art Is… Festival in Horsham on July 3rd.  James has been a full time performer and community musician since 2000. Specializing in choir leading, repertoire and arranging he’s also…

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Nick Charles in the Tyers Hall, Tyers

Nick Charles in the Tyers Hall, Tyers

04 Jul 2021

Nick Charles Sun 4th July 2021, 7.30pm Tyers Hall, Tyers. With dazzling melodic fingerpicking on six and twelve string guitars, stinging bottleneck slide and a lifetime’s stories and songs gathered or written on the world’s musical highways it’s no surprise that…

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Briagolong Ukulele Winter Festival

Briagolong Ukulele Winter Festival

07 Aug 2021

Gippsland based Foothills Music is inviting ukulele players to participate in the Briagolong Ukulele Winter Festival on 7th August. Come and join us at the historic Briagolong Mechanics Hall for a wonderful day of music making. The festival begins with an all…

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All abilities Talent Night

All abilities Talent Night

27 Aug 2021

Hosted By Latrobe Music And Supported By Latrobe City Council Bring your friends and family for a great night out and listen to live music. Showcasing artists from the Latrobe Valley and beyond. Music and equipment provided by DJ Glenno.…

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Choir Enrolments open for Freedom Road Bendigo

Choir Enrolments open for Freedom Road Bendigo

18 Sep 2021 - 31 Oct 2021

In 2021 The Boîte is bringing Stella Savy and Freedom Road to the beautiful Ulumbarra Theatre in Bendigo. Freedom Road originally staged in 2011 with the Boîte Millennium Chorus and explored the songs of slavery, music that has been the source of…

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Other Music Camps

Quasitrad presents ‘Winter Tunes Camp’

Quasitrad presents ‘Winter Tunes Camp’

07 Jul 2021 - 11 Jul 2021

Winter Tunes Camp, July 7 - 11, 2021.  Marlo, East Gippsland, Victoria   The Winter Tunes Camp is a chance to build  celtic repertoire and musicianship, and get back to enjoying music socially.  It features some top musicians:  Luke Plumb (mandolin, tenor…

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Rosewood Music Camp - Save the Date

Rosewood Music Camp - Save the Date

24 Sep 2021 - 27 Sep 2021

Information about tickets to this incredible weekend of music, dance and art-making will be available soon! https://www.rosesgapmusiccamp.org.au/.../rosewood-music-camp

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Workshops

TaKeTiNa Rhythm Meditation Process Practice Group  with Charlotte Roberts

TaKeTiNa Rhythm Meditation Process Practice Group with Charlotte Roberts

07 Apr 2021 - 08 Sep 2021

TaKeTiNa Rhythm Meditation Process Practice Group with Charlotte Roberts 1.5 hour stripped-back practice-TaKeTiNa sessions for Charlotte to practice her leading skills (She's in the final year of initial training). A gift is given at the end to any human-guinea pigs…

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Festival of Voices - 2021 WORKSHOP PROGRAM IS LIVE!

Festival of Voices - 2021 WORKSHOP PROGRAM IS LIVE!

30 Jun 2021 - 11 Jul 2021

2021 WORKSHOP PROGRAM IS LIVE! Festival of Voices will present over 20 workshops in 2021, all designed to suit a wide vocal range. We are delighted to have some of the best choral leaders working with us to bring you…

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Creative Voice Winter School

Creative Voice Winter School

03 Jul 2021 - 04 Jul 2021

3-Day Creative Voice Winter School  July 3-4, 2021   For people who are keen to experience this work for the first time (or are keen for a reprise) Explore connections between voice, body, breath, and the imagination  Work with voice on…

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Early Childhood Music and Movement Online Professional Learning

Early Childhood Music and Movement Online Professional Learning

05 Jul 2021 - 10 Jul 2021

Term 2 holidays  Presented by Susie Davies-Splitter (M.Ed) Stage 1: 5th & 6th July (10 hours)                Stage 2: 8th & 9th July (10 hours) Book in for Stage 1 only or both stage 1 and 2 To register - https://welcometomusic.net/register-for-events/…

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Songwriting Workshop with Rose Turtle Ertler

Songwriting Workshop with Rose Turtle Ertler

11 Jul 2021

Limited spaces available in this songwriting workshop with Rose Turtle Ertler!  No songwriting experience necessary! Bring your own instrument if you have one, otherwise you can just use your voice (which is, of course, also an instrument!) Also bring a…

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The 2021 Boite Schools Chorus: Akoma

The 2021 Boite Schools Chorus: Akoma

05 Aug 2021

Enrolment for schools and community youth choirs now open! Follow this link to enroll your choirs now. https://bit.ly/30YH0ac Akoma: The Boite Schools Chorus 2021 Thursday 5th August, Melbourne Town Hall, 1.00pm and 7.30pm Artistic Director: Mishael Gyabeng Choir Director: Stella Savy…

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Re-scheduled date for Melbourne International Singers Festival 2021

Re-scheduled date for Melbourne International Singers Festival 2021

07 Aug 2021 - 08 Aug 2021

LET'S GET LOUD! As Melbourne is currently in lockdown due to the COVID 19 pandemic we have re-scheduled our #MISF21 program at The Dock to the weekend of Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th August 2021. Our Artistic Director, Jonathon Welch AM,…

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