Opportunity for Young and Aspiring Singers

Braemar College will host a community music event for the Macedon Ranges Music Collective on Saturday, February 13th.  The Macedon Ranges Music Collective (MRMC) is a local, not-for-profit association of local musicians and educators who are working together to bring a program of concerts, dances, workshops and other events to Macedon Ranges communities.

From 12pm the MRMC will be running a vocal workshop in the Music Department (details at http://macedonrangesmusiccollective.org) for young and aspiring singers.

Just after the workshop will be a free, public Live Jazz Picnic on the croquet lawn featuring local jazz vocalist Georgia Martin accompanied by her husband, guitarist Tom Martin (both Braemar College Instrumental Music tutors) and Sydney guests Briana Cowlishaw (an original jazz vocalist and composer) and Gavin Ahearn (accomplished jazz pianist and composer).  Concert goers are welcome to bring a picnic blanket and some nibbles or a sausage and enjoy Live Jazz at Braemar from 5:30 to 7:30pm.

A sausage sizzle, snacks and cold drinks will be available to purchase with proceeds to benefit further events through the MRMC.  As this is an unlicensed, familiy event alcoholic drinks will be strictly prohibited.

Spots are limited to approx. 100 guests, so please reserve your place for the concert at the MRMC’s reservations page for the event: http://macedonrangesmusiccollective.org/shop/reservation-feb-13-live-jazz-braemar-college-free-public-concert/.

For any inquiries please contact Shaun Evans (Braemar’s Director of Music and Program Director for the MRMC) at info@macedonrangesmusiccollective.org or 04 4992 2425.



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