Shepparton tunes up for spring
Music lovers can once again enjoy springtime treats as the popular Goulburn Valley Concert Orchestra chamber series returns next month.
Father Rob Galea and his band are used to performing in front of thousands, if not millions of fans. But last night he played a “very special performance” to an intimate crowd at Mooroopna’s WestSide Performing Arts Centre.
The third Winter Sessions music event is expected to hit the right notes and warm the soul. Providing a hub for live music in Shepparton, the monthly series of live music shows are held at The Vault. Founder Jamie Lea said number three would mark the half-way point for the season. ’The Winter Sessions are a hidden gem in the heart of Shepparton and our aims are high,‘ Ms Lea said. ’We wish to create a safe and comfortable space for those looking to connect to incredible music, a place where musicians feel respected and appreciated and together create a village of the most wonderful of people. ’We really do want everyone to enjoy our events. The Vault is an accessible venue, we have gender neutral bathrooms, everyone is welcome and our audience is like a big family.‘ This month’s line-up includes Boulevard and Grim Fawkner, who performed at the Secret Garden Gig finale. And while the headliner is new to Winter Sessions stage, Ms Lea said they would be well received. ‘Harry Coulson and The Blue Dogs are raw, rocky, and all things dirty and we cannot wait for them to blow your socks off,‘ she said. Tickets start at $22 with lounge and reserved table seating options available. For information, visit thewintersessions.com
Harry Coulson will be entertaining local audiences at the Winter Sessions on July 26 and 27.
A young indigenous photographer’s work which reveals disturbing stories of colonial frontier violence, is the subject of Shepparton Art Museum’s latest acquisition.
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Shepparton youngsters have a prime opportunity to learn about Adolf Hitler’s evil next week.
Following on from a hugely successful performance at St Paul’s Concert in the Chapel in May, Shepparton jazz performers Just The Three Of Us return to the stage next month.
Game lovers will converge on the Shepparton region this weekend for the board game convention known as ShepparCon.
Many inspiring filmmakers only dream of graduating with the success Shepparton’s Andy Burkitt has.
Music lovers are in for a treat this weekend when the Goulburn Valley Concert Orchestra presents its annual concert program, packed with melodies from Mendelssohn to The Beatles.
Ten months of hard work and little money has paid off for Shepparton filmmaker Michael Hudson who scooped the best short screenplay award at the Sydney Film Festival at the weekend.
Shepparton’s newest music festival is set to excite, with the final musical acts announced yesterday.
Ford fanatics will enjoy the newest exhibition taking place at the Shepparton Motor Museum, featuring XT and XW Fords from 1968 to 1970.
Shepparton powerhouse rapper and comedian Adam Briggs is among a new group of artists and media leaders chosen to help shape Victoria’s creative industries future from 2020.
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