Fab time guaranteed for all at Lady Beatle show
Amid the hullabaloo surrounding the 50th anniversary of the release of The Beatles’ Abbey Road comes a different slant on the ageless songs of the Fab Four
All roads will lead to Shepparton for the 143rd annual Shepparton Show.
The dance music of favourite classical composers will be performed at Shepparton’s Chapel on Maude tomorrow afternoon.
More than 700 people including children and their parents packed Eastbank, Shepparton, on Sunday for a special performance of The Cat in the Hat.
District residents and visitors are reaching for the skates and visiting up the latest pop-up ice skating rink in town.
After five months of live music in Greater Shepparton, the Winter Sessions will be wrapping up for another year.
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The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra returns to Shepparton next month for two concerts ahead of a much-anticipated performance at New York’s iconic Carnergie Hall.
Waaia singer-songwriter Jessica Lorraine has made it to the semi-finals of a nationwide songwriting competition with a focus on mental health issues.
Shepparton’s own Anthony Lucas is launching to new levels as he prepares to release a new album later this year and make an appearance on a Network Ten television series.
Celebrating the musical talent of students from across the Goulburn Valley, the Shepparton Young Instrumentalist Award entertained a large crowd on Saturday. Held at the Eastbank Centre, Shepparton, the annual event celebrated its ninth year with more than 100 students playing across the day. Competition sections included piano, brass, woodwind, percussion, vocal, strings and guitar. Age categories in each section include 10-and-under, 13-and-under, 16-and-under, 19-and-under as well as a class in each section for students in their first 12 months of learning. Shepparton Young Instrumentalist Award secretary Leona Gibbs said the day finished with a gala final involving the senior competitors.
Goulburn Valley Concert Orchestra begins its September series of chamber concerts this Sunday with a varied program of music from jazz to Schubert.
Shepparton’s Eastbank Centre will be decked out with couches, candles and small tables for a night of fun cabaret and food next month. Singer and comedian Amity Dry is bringing her ‘39 Forever’ show to Shepparton following successful seasons at the Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne International Comedy festivals. Billed as the perfect girls night out, Ms Dry takes a time warp back to when fringe perms and ra-ra skirts were cool as she explores the pressure to stay forever young and asks whether 40 really is the new 30 — or perhaps only with the right Instagram filter. Riverlinks’ manager Ken Cameron said the show weaves songs from the 1980s and 1990s through witty stories. ‘‘I think a lot of people will recognise themselves as she skates through her life, telling audiences of a girl too eager to grow up,’’ Mr Cameron said. He said the performance promises to be a sparking, enthralling, laugh-out-loud night out. Support act is local singer Jessica Lorraine, performing from 7 pm. 39 Forever: Amity Dry is on at Shepparton’s Eastbank Centre on Thursday, September 7, from 7 pm. Tickets are from $37 to $45, which includes a one-course meal, from 6.30 pm. To book, phone Riverlinks on 5832 9511 or go to www.riverlinksvenues.com.au/whats-on
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