The Lamplights family event 17th Nov 2012

 

The Lamplights are performing a very special family event on Saturday 17th Nov

Tallebudgera Valley Community Hall

Doors open 4pm, show 4.30pm to 7pm

The Lamplights have just released their much awaited NEW ALBUM “What Love is” and are soaring at present with Triple J airplay…come see why people of all ages adore their feel good music…

The Lamplights won awards in three different categories at the 2011 Australian Songwriting Contest, a feat no other songwriter has achieved in the 31 year history of the awards.
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Music & Songs of Brazil with the Jason Machado Group

Sat 20th October 2012

Tallebudgera Valley Community Hall
611 Tallebudgera Creek Rd, Tallebudgera Valley

Doors open 6pm, concert 6.30pm to 9pm
 

Music & Songs from Brazil is a look into the world of Música Popular Brasileira or MPB. This genre embraces all of Brazil’s musical styles from the recent past, layered onto the already rich traditions of European, West African and Indigenous origins.

 
The JASON MACHADO GROUP captures this union in its instrumentation with a diverse collection of musicians who themselves specialize in a variety of musical genres, bringing together a rich beauty to this ensemble of popular Brazilian song.
Featuring Mike Patterson & Eugenie Costello – violins, Benjamin Greaves – viola, Danielle Bentley – cello, Mateaus Lasco & Jason Bell – Brazilian percussion together with Jason Machado – voice and 7-string guitar. Let them take you on a journey through the exotic world of Música Popular Brasileira where culture meets song.

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Kirtana in concert 2012

“Kirtana’s music is a pure love transmission. Her lyrics, her voice, and her playing bring me to tears of joy”. Gangaji
Kirtana – Contemporary sacred songs celebrating divine love and the truth of who we are
Saturday15th December: 6.30pm – 9.00pm  (doors open 6pm)
Tallebudgera Valley Community Hall
 Known as a ‘Rumi’ for our times, join singer/songwriter Kirtana for an evening of musical exploration of the Divine as she performs her contemporary, sacred music for the first time in Tallebudgera Valley. Labelled as, ‘a brilliant poet, marvellous songwriter and lovely guitarist,’ Kirtana’s music conveys the all-permeating truth and love that exists within and surrounds us all.

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Irish Music Night Friday 12th October

Irish-night-3-musos-photoIrish Music Night – Friday 12th October

Tallebudgera Valley Community Hall
(Click Here for directions)

Doors open 7pm, show starts 7.30pm

All advance tickets $16 + b/fee through MOSHTIX
Please phone: 1300 438 849
Or book online here – Irish Music Night Tickets

$20 at door, children under 13 FREE


Through song, story and music, ‘Nearly All Irish’ show brings to the stage the traditional and contemporary themes and rhythms of Ireland’s rich culture.

From a land that has touched the hearts of millions across the globe comes a show that has grown out of the experience of two Irish emigrants moving to Australia and an Australian born and bred who has fallen in love with Ireland. Bringing together different interpretations and insights in to a land 10,000 miles away, this is a show that captures the heart of Ireland by depicting it in the midst of the vast landscape of Australia. Three well seasoned musicians capture in music, song and story the beautiful and mystical magic of a country that has sent a message across the world of a unique land full of mystery, legends, music and verse. Songs and stories portraying Ireland quintessence – from emigration to the madness, the drink to the fairies – this show will take you on a journey into the heartland of a contemporary and traditional Irish culture.

The three musicians, Jack O’Leary from Cork, Mick McHugh from Dublin and Peter Miller from the Gold Coast are excited to bring to you this unique show combining each of their personal Emerald Isle stories and music to give their audiences an authentic Irish experience. Between them, they boast a wealth of talent and expertise. Together they deliver an unforgettable entertainment experience with an authentic Irish flavour. Through song, story, music and verse, ‘Nearly All Irish’ brings to the stage the traditional themes and rhythms of Ireland’s rich culture. Featuring soaring vocals, award winning songs, exciting and magical moments on guitar – this dynamic trio is known to move audiences to tears, to sing along and of course they never fail to invoke the lilt of Irish laughter along the way – a sure crowd pleaser.

Whether you are of Irish ancestry, love the Irish brogue, or just love a great night of music and craic – don’t miss this one of a kind show.


Tallebudgera Valley Community Hall
611 Tallebudgera Creek Rd, Tallebudgera Valley

Fri 12th October

Doors open 7pm, show starts 7.30pm

All advance tickets $16 + b/fee through MOSHTIX
Please phone: 1300 438 849
Or book online here – Irish Music Night Tickets

$20 at door, children under 13 FREE

Delicious healthy food and drinks available

This is an all ages alcohol free family event

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Dya Singh 29th September

Dya Singh is the master musical interpreter of the traditional Sikh hymns (shabad) with diverse influences from around the globe.Based in Australia, he is acknowledged as the most significant singer/musician in the world today of the Sikh mystical musical tradition, a form that originated in Punjab (now North India/Pakistan) but spread throughout the western World with the recent diaspora of Sikhs worldwide.  Originally from Malaysia, his father was a renowned Sikh spiritual minstrel and Dya learnt the Sikh songs and the art of singing beside his father in the Sikh ‘Gurudwaras’ from the age of five onwards. He stopped singing publicly for almost fifteen years and in 1992 began again to present concerts in Australia.  Dya Singh has been one of Australia’s pioneers in the development of new Australian ‘World’ music. A Dya Singh performance is many things and moves as the mood requires… soothing, uplifting, exhilarating, hypnotic, informative with interaction and improvisation between the musicians and conveying the sense of joy that arises from creativity and spirituality meeting on stage. The music is transformational in that no matter what the context, the music is true to the traditional intention and captures the essential mystical quality that has inspired the Sikhs (and many others) for centuries. The critics are unanimous in their praise of his voice, his control over his material and his innovations and improvisational approach to the music.  Dya Singh has released over 20 CD’s since forming of which some have been recorded by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation & sponsored by various Federal & State Government Departments. A Dya Singh concert is an inspirational experience. The music takes you by the heart , soothing in a meditative way and then uplifts with an array of glorious compelling rhythms, blended instruments, drones, wonderful improvisations and a message in words and chants that speaks of acceptance, respect, fulfillment, love and the quest for universal harmony. This is music that changes the World!  “Dya Singh is an enigma – sometimes deeply spiritual and at other times a typical Australian larrikin! But his quest to reach out to one and all with his musical message of love for all, including the younger generation, through his music is beyond reproach.” (Keith Preston – CoManager of Dya Singh World Music Group) 


Dheeraj Shrestha has established himself, worldwide, as one of the finest exponents of tabla. Technically he is unsurpassed as a stylist and his easy flowing style of playing sets him apart from other players of international renown. He is an accomplished soloist and a versatile (contemporary and traditional) accompanist. An irrepressible creativity, tremendous clarity and exciting rhythmic improvisation spontaneity are his stylistic hallmarks.   Dheeraj received his training in classical and contemporary music, graduating from the Prayaag Sangeet Samiti Allahbad, India. He has worked as a professional musician for almost 20 years and taught at the Fine Art College, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, NEPAL, QUT , Griffith Uni. Now based in Brisbane.   Dheeraj is conversant with various forms of music besides Nepalese / Indian classical and folk, for example jazz, blues, and flamenco. He is renowned for introducing the shades of variation that the tabla creates and breaks down some of the complex rhythms in his tabla workshops and private lessons.  His current projects include. Rhythm Sutra, Flamenco-Indo-Jazz, Lior. and has been big success collaborating with the Cat Empire’s front man & trumpet player Harry J Angus called “The Harry James Angus & Dheeraj Shrestha project” thru Melbourne Jazz Festival to Brisbane Music Festival at the SPIEGELTENT and a Core member of DYA SINGH WORLD MUSIC GROUP.    Dheeraj Shrestha tours the world and Australia each year. Highlights of his world tour include performances at the Royal Albert Hall, London and at the renowned Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC.

 

Saturday 29th September

Concert 6.30pm till 9.00pm
Doors open at 6pm

200 limited tickets only, so book early as this concert could sell out

Tickets $16 + b/fee in advance through MOSHTIX

All advance tickets through MOSHTIX
Please phone: 1300 438 849
Or book online here – Dya Singh Tickets

Or $20 at door, children under 13 FREE


Having performed around the world over the last 20 years, Dya Singh World Music Group is a true reflection of World Music, Fusion, InterFaith, Multiculturalism…

Location: Tallebudgera Valley Community Hall, 611 Tallebudgera Creek Rd
(take exit 89 off M1 motorway, then right onto Tallebudgera Creek Rd and travel 7.2 kms along Tallebudgera Creek Rd. The hall is on the left, drive down driveway for parking)

Bring a blanket or pillows if you wish to sit up front on the floor.

Delicious healthy food and chai available from 6pm

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