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On Sunday the 26th of November starting at 2.00 pm, Brad Cooper, a tenor with the Australian Opera Company will hold a voice workshop in the St Paul's Chapel, 154 Poplar Ave, Shepparton.
Brad is very well known for his great voice and teaching abilities.
Immediately after this at 4.00 pm Inventi Ensemble and Brad will stage a concert featuring some classical songs and others from the theatre to modern contemporary.
The great news is that it costs $5.00 to be an observer at the workshop, $25.00 to participate in the workshop and $30.00 to attend the concert.
Even better news is that all people who participate in the workshop (not including observers) are provided with free entry to the concert.
When you throw in the free supper, its a great way to spend the afternoon.
Throughout each year some truly amazing artists appear at St Paul's for concerts that are staged for the benefit of the general community and the Church building is recognised for its exceptional acoustic qualities. ... See MoreSee Less
Shepparton Festival shared Rotary Mooroopna's post.
Great supporters of our community, Rotary Mooroopna have been raffling a car on New Years Eve for the last 35+ years and investing the money back into community projects.This year there's a PD Hyundai i30 Active up for grabs - and for the first time in its history you can buy your ticket online!
$2 a ticket and the money goes back into making our community a better place to live in! ... See MoreSee Less
It’s on again!!!!!Our New Years Eve Car Raffle tickets are on sale now & you can now purchase them online by clicking the link below. Not only do you have a chance to win this fabulous car, iPad or luggage set but all the money raised goes to help out in our local community.rafflelink.com.au/rcm3629Please like & share this post to help us make a difference.
Have you picked up a copy of OUT in the OPEN Festival Shepparton Guide yet?
In its 6th year OUT in the OPEN offers some fantastic events happening across Shepparton from 2 - 5 November.
#gvpride #shepparton #sheppfest #outintheopen ... See MoreSee Less
On December 11, 1997, three friends who had recently graduated from the Shepparton TAFE Visual Arts Diploma course, met for morning tea. They spoke with enthusiasm of their artistic plans for the future, and Lynne Hume, recognising the need for an art group in the region that encouraged contemporary art practices and ideas, declared she wanted to establish a contemporary art group. A short while later, she did.
The first official meeting of what was soon to be named Splinter Contemporary Artists was at Humala Studio/Gallery in Kyabram on February 6 1998 with six founding members. One of these members, Dawn Greenham, suggested the name Splinter to demonstrate that the group was splintering away from traditional art.
As Splinter Contemporary Artists are celebrating 20 years in 2018 they wish to hear from all past members to ensure the celebratory events and published history are inclusive. Past members are encouraged to make contact with Meg Doller 0409 508 101 or email@example.com
#helpfindsplinters #bydesign #splinterscontemporaryartists ... See MoreSee Less
Shepparton Festival shared Shepparton Theatre Arts Group Inc.'s post.
Shepparton Theatre Arts Group Inc. have partnered with Wellways to present 10 in Ten as part of Mental Health Week in October (next week!)
Tickets on sale now: goo.gl/Vzo7rq
"It touches on hard kind of topics, which is what theatre is meant to do, but there's some really light-hearted plays in there that show the lighter side of mental health and it isn't all doom and gloom." - Gemma Marchant, Wellways
6, 7 & 8 October 2017
Bakehouse Black Box Theatre, Shepparton
Tickets on sale now: goo.gl/Vzo7rq ... See MoreSee Less
Did you see the great article and photo by Sionnie Kelly about our upcoming 10 in Ten: 2017 season."It touches on hard kind of topics, which is what theatre is meant to do, but there's some really light-hearted plays in there that show the lighter side of mental health and it isn't all doom and gloom." - Gemma Marchant, Wellways6, 7 & 8 October 2017 Bakehouse Black Box Theatre, Shepparton Tickets on sale now: goo.gl/Vzo7rqPRINTworks Shepparton Shepparton News Propaganda Creative Goulburn Murray Credit Union Co-op Ltd ABC Goulburn Murray Triple M Goulburn Valley Shepparton Festival