Sat 8th October 8pm BUKHU AND ROSiE Doors open 7.30pm.

Sat 8th October 8pm  BUKHU AND ROSiE Doors open 7.30pm.

Kindlehill Performance Space
8 Lake st, Wentworth Falls
(Parking at Rear)

Book tickets here

$30\ $25 Conc
!!Group booking deals for 6 people at $22 per person!! / U18's $10 for 1st child in family- the rest are free.
Person with disabilities $15
Free companion carer tickets

BUKHU

&

ROSiE

w/ special guest Emanuel Lieberfreund playing flute, sax, hang and percussion.

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Music Hunter News

Music Hunter News

Wed on 21st Sept at MTNS Made creative industries networking Salon is gonna be fun!

For my 10-15 mins slot at Hotel Blue, I'm bringing along several passionate MUSIC HUNTER people with me who have been involved for a few years; paid crew, volunteers, musicians plus audience members who each have their own reasons and experiences why they choose to stay involved.

Together we are going to share with you all about what keeps us here in the Music Hunter community in a power packed speed chat.

My guests will speak for 1 -2 mins each and whilst a couple extra people may appear on the night, our clan for this occasion include:

Amanda Handel- performing musician and repeat audience member

David Brazil Photographer- contracted and volunteer plus repeat audience member

Trish Donoghue -contracted assistant plus volunteer on logistics and admin

Zoe Wood Creative -contracted door person/ repeat audience member/ pop up shop assistant / volunteer /admin

Andy Busuttil- musician/repeat audience member

Barbara Lepani -repeat Audience member and founding director of BM Living Lab
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5- 7pm Sun 30th October PRRIM

5- 7pm Sun 30th October PRRIM

At the super resonant acoustic venue, Kindlehill Performance Space, 8 Lake st Wentworth Falls (Parking at Rear)

5-7pm Sun 30th Oct
Doors open 4.45
Book tickets here

$30\ $25 conc
!!IGroup booking deals for 6 people at $22 per person!!
Free Companion Carer Tickets
Person with disabilities $15
U18's $10 for first child / extras in family free

Satsuki Odamura – Japanese koto, Tunji Beier – South Indian percussion, Adrian Sherriff – bass trombone.

A word meaning ‘spring’ or ‘native well’, PRRIM is the name adopted by three exceptional Australian musicians of diverse backgrounds, to encapsulate the vision and thrust of the music they make together.

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