Well despite the weather in Melbourne leading up to the concert was very bad, lots of rainfall. It went ahead on Saturday Dec 15 as planned. It was another great afternoon of great music from all of our students and special guests. Thank you to all students, parents and special guests for your continuing support.
Emerge Cultural Network Gathering for artists and community members from Indigenous and culturally diverse backgrounds in Wyndham and surrounding areas.
On Saturday 15 September, 2018, Rod from Beat Factor was invited by the Leadership Network, sponsored by Multicultural Arts Victoria, to speak on his background, music education and his music business, Beat Factor Music. Other discussions were on setting goals and planning strategies in order to build on your Arts business in the Wyndham area.
Met artists and community leaders from our neighbourhood;
• Rod Pilois from Beat Factor talked about his journey setting up a music business in Wyndham;
• Shared a meal and made new connections;
• Found out about upcoming opportunities.
Thanks to Miriam from MAV and other local artists who came on the day for their support.
Rod from Beat Factor will be speaking on his background, music education and his music business, Beat Factor Music, setting goals and planning strategies in order to build his business in the Wyndham area.
Multicultural Arts Victoria invites you to join in the next Emerge Cultural Network Gathering for artists and community members from Indigenous and culturally diverse backgrounds in Wyndham and surrounding areas.
Meet other artists and community leaders from your neighbourhood;
• Rod Pilois from Beat Factor will talk about his journey setting up a music business in Wyndham;
• Share a meal and make new connections;
• Find out about upcoming opportunities.
For information and bookings contact Miriam Abud via Tel: 9188 3681 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org RSVP by Thursday 13th September, 2018.
Details: 15 Sept 2018 (Sat) 11AM – 12.30PM Central Park Community Centre,
80 Lonsdale Circuit Hoppers Crossing FREE EVENT
As the saying goes ‘the show must go on’ rail, hail or shine.
This is what eventuated this week end Saturday 14 April at the Point Cook Pop Up Park.
AJP Trio – Jazz.Funk outfit performed in cold and windy conditions on the week end. Our first performance a few weeks ago was in glorious sunshine and people in the park were chilling out with some cool tunes.
This week end was totally the opposite of conditions. After having a marquee provided for us for shelter, it was not enough to keep the wind and the rain away from the performers and instruments.
We ended up setting up outside the foodcourt entrance undercover of course. The small crowd due to the extreme weather conditions in Melbourne seemed to enjoy our performance. It helped to brighten up their day for a while on this wet and gloomy day in Melbourne.
Thanks to Sara and all at the Point Cook Pop up Park for their support at our recent performances. Let’s hope the Park stays permanently next time guys.