Local leaders | Southern Tablelands Arts: Spring begins with a song and dance

Yass has started spring with music, song, dance and opportunities for locals to perform, network and sing.

Susan Conroy

Susan Conroy

The Irish and Celtic Music Festival kicked off last weekend. The festival featured over 100 artists performing across the weekend, with song, dance, poetry, markets, workshops for adults and kids and so much more.

This coming weekend, on Sunday, September 22, Maisies Choir will be performing at the Spring-A-Dee-Doo-Dah combined choirs concert, with the Ginninderry With One Voice Choir, the Murrumbateman Ukulele Strummers Kollective and the Canberra Gay and Lesbian Ukulele Band.

The free concert will begin at 2pm at Yass Soldiers Memorial Hall, and for just $5 you can get yourself a delicious Devonshire tea.

For more information contact Giselle on 4823 4849.

We are excited that, as part of the new Music NSW regional music officer pilot program, we have a representative in our region.

We are excited that, as part of the new Music NSW regional music officer pilot program, we have a representative in our region.

Michael Simic will be hosting a meet and greet in Goulburn on September 24 at 6pm at the Goulburn Club in Market Street.

If you are you interested in music, own a live music venue, are a musician, a keen audience member, a teacher, a promoter or a manager, Music NSW will want to meet you. We encourage you to come along. RSVP https://tinyurl.com/yy4bbgga

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