9 Mar: Dream Voices Performance

dreamvoicesevent

Presented by Shepparton Festival

 

The defining festival theme performance. The culmination of choir and sculpture workshops starring indigenous soprano Deborah Cheetham and the voices of the multicultural Dream Voices choir.

 

The Dream Voices Performance is the Festival Theme defining performacne of the 2014 festival. Set in the magnificent surrounds of Tallis Winery in the rolling Dookie Hills, this is a family event with great entertainment and a chance to become involved in a magnificent performance for the family.

 

Food is available on site or pack a picnic, catch the bus or make your own to Dookie and join hundreds of families for this fantastic evening of enlightening live entertainment. This year children will be sowing a crop of dreams by planting ‘Dream Voice Catchers’ in a plowed image of the word ‘dream’. A 100 voice multicultural choir will perform two songs telling a story of the ‘Dream Time’ creation of the Goulburn Valley and celebrating the cohesion of our community.

 

So come along to the most exciting night of the Festival, grab a wine, learn the Festival theme song, have the kids make a ‘Dream Voices Catcher’ and get involved in the ‘Dream Voices’ spirit.

 

Event information:
Food available on site or bring a picnic
NB: No BYO Alcohol (available for purchase on site)
Getting there:
Drive. Parking available on site.
Buses available from Library, Marungi St. Shepparton at 4pm.
Tickets $5 per seat, return. Purchased at the bus stop.
To book a seat on a bus, please email: buses@sheppartonfestival.org.au with your name, contact number and number of seats you want booked.
Buses return at about 10pm.
(NB: Limited seating available.)

 

 

The Shepparton Festival acknowledges the support of:
Principal Sponsors: Greater Shepparton City Council, Arts Victoria
Major Education Sponsor: La Trobe University
Cultural Partner: State Government Victoria