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Perth WA, what to do?

GUEST,John in Hamilton 11 Jan 10 - 05:09 AM
Sandra in Sydney 11 Jan 10 - 05:39 AM
GUEST,OldNicKilby 11 Jan 10 - 07:59 AM
bubblyrat 11 Jan 10 - 08:48 AM
GUEST,Magnusm 12 Jan 10 - 04:46 AM
rich-joy 12 Jan 10 - 08:32 AM
GUEST,John in Hamilton 12 Jan 10 - 08:06 PM
Bugsy 12 Jan 10 - 08:54 PM
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Subject: Perth WA, what to do?
From: GUEST,John in Hamilton
Date: 11 Jan 10 - 05:09 AM

Hi,
   wondering if anyone has suggestions for folkie events in Perth WA. I'll be in town CBD for two nights Tuesday and Wednesday Feb 9th and 10th. Any suggestions?

Thanks

John


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Subject: RE: Perth WA, what to do?
From: Sandra in Sydney
Date: 11 Jan 10 - 05:39 AM

West Australian Folk Federation calendar

nothing mentioned on those dates, but there are regular events on Tues & Wed, & lots of phone nos. & email addresses to contact

sandra


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Subject: RE: Perth WA, what to do?
From: GUEST,OldNicKilby
Date: 11 Jan 10 - 07:59 AM

It got me all nostalgic for all the wonderful times I had when I used to visit Perth. It got even worse when I had a look at the Fairbridge Festival site.
We really enjoyed performing there,GREAT festival.


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Subject: RE: Perth WA, what to do?
From: bubblyrat
Date: 11 Jan 10 - 08:48 AM

We went to Cottesloe Beach, and played all night under a sign that said " No Camping--No fires " etc. We had a good fire,of course,and plenty of cheap plonk from Penfolds !! Great fun !! Then it got more civilised,and we performed in the Supreme Court Gardens Theatre ! The year?? 1968 !!


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Subject: RE: Perth WA, what to do?
From: GUEST,Magnusm
Date: 12 Jan 10 - 04:46 AM

If you get chance to migrate a little from the CBD along the Swan river towards Freemantle (good train services) you might find something going on at the Kulture, situated above a coffee bar in the main "coffee bar street" Google will probably find the answers. Was there in 2008 and there were some great international artists featured..


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Subject: RE: Perth WA, what to do?
From: rich-joy
Date: 12 Jan 10 - 08:32 AM

Try emailing John McNair, to be sent his monthly "What's On" email for Perth and the Sth West : mcnairmusic at iinet dot net dot au

Cheers, R-J


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Subject: RE: Perth WA, what to do?
From: GUEST,John in Hamilton
Date: 12 Jan 10 - 08:06 PM

Thanks to all


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Subject: RE: Perth WA, what to do?
From: Bugsy
Date: 12 Jan 10 - 08:54 PM

I hope this is of some assistance.

Cheers

Bugsy


\WAAN 7 JANUARY

KULCHA EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
KULCHA Multicultural Arts of WA is currently seeking a PUBLICIST (contract position) and a FINANCE OFFICER (part-time position). Please go to www.kulcha.com.au to download the Position Descriptions or email admin@kulcha.com.au for further details. Applications close 5pm 15 January 2010.




KULCHA GIG GUIDE    7 January – 20 January

Friday 8 January, 8pm
THE LUCKY OCEANS / DAVE BREWER BAND
A brilliant quartet ensemble featuring the genre defying pedal steel guitar of Lucky Oceans and spontaneous blues guitar of Dave Brewer, along with Ric Eastman on drums and Matt Willis on double bass. The Lucky Oceans / Dave Brewer band cover a wide range of material from blues, jazz, funk, reggae, Hawaiin and beyond! This is an excellent opportunity to hear some of WA's finest instrumentalists in an intimate concert setting.
Door $15 Presale $13 KULCHA Members $10

Saturday 9 January, 8pm
THE DAVE SMITH QUARTET
Dave Smith and Cory Sea are guitarists of the highest calibre. With contrasting styles, instruments and techniques they highlight they richness and excitement of the guitar as a jazz and latin instrument. Dave's expertise with the pick and authoritive understanding of the jazz idiom is an exciting contrast to Cory's fingerstyle virtuosity on the nylon string. Come and enjoy this tribute to the guitar.
Door $15 Presale $13 KULCHA Members $10

Friday 15 January, 8pm
SELENDANG SUTRA - INDONESIAN COMMUNITY EVENT
Selendang Sutra presents an exotic selection of Indonesian cultural dances and traditional music. Dancers will perform Balinese and Javanese traditional dances, along with modern interpretations of local folk dances in vibrant costumes and sparkling jewellery. This exhilarating spectacle will be accompanied by invigorating music performed with traditional instruments and arrangements.
Door $13 Presale $11 KULCHA Members $9

Saturday 16 January, 8pm
DUNUMBA
One of the state's most popular and original traditional African acts return to KULCHA!
Dunumba's shows feature their amazing five South African-style marimbas, Zimbabwean songs and dances, and their full African drumming set. Led by the inimitable Alastair van Schoor, Dunumba are an unforgettable fusion of high-energy rhythms guaranteed to have you on your feet all night long. Listen, enjoy, dance!
Door $15 Presale $13 KULCHA Members $10

Every Thursday 6pm-9pm, Balcony Sundowner Series
KULCHA invites you to a free series of sundowners throughout January on Freo's best balcony on the cafe strip featuring local folk and world musicians playing DJ sets of their favourite tracks.
FREE Events

KULCHA Multicultural Arts of WA, Upstairs, 13 South Terrace, Fremantle (above Dome cafe)
Tickets online www.kulcha.com.au from KULCHA 9336 4544 or BOCS 9484 1133




JACKADDER'S MUSIC CLUB
Our first show for the year will be on Sunday Feb 21st and will feature the talented guitarist and songwriter Craig Sinclair. Craig has been in the news recently becoming a finalist in the Telstra Road to Tamworth. He will perform in the grand-final in Tamworth on Tuesday January 19th. Good luck Craig!




Denmark Festival of Voice 2010

Performers applications close February 1. Weekend tickets and The Big Gig tickets now available online at www.dfov.org.au

2010 features the One Voice Closing Concert, with coming together to sing; one of Australia's premier world-folk groups Dya Singh, with their soaring vocals and supported by the virtuosic Bobby Singh on tabla drums and violinist Andrew Clermont.
Joining them on the bill is internationally recognized choir leader Stephen Taberner, one of the 'hits' of this years Woodford Festival Mr Percival, extraordinary lead singer of the Narasirato Pan Pipers from the Solomon Islands Charles Maimarosia, the sweet indigenous vocals of the Stiff Gins, and the wild contemporary vocals of Colin Offord, as well as a wide variety of quality vocal acts representing nearly every sphere of vocal possibility.

From the blues, folk, world music and choirs, to contemporary story telling, rapping, vocal percussion, Indigenous and sacred chants, this years program is full of surprise.

Denmark Arts are predicting a sell-out festival, and suggest that anyone interested in an uplifting and extraordinary weekend of vocal heaven, go to our website www.dfov.org.au and purchase tickets online.

Tickets may also be purchased by cheque, made out to Denmark Arts Council Inc., and posted to

DFOV Tickets
PO Box 980
Denmark 6333
WA

For further information please contact:      Peter Keelan, Coordinator Denmark Festival of Voice                                                                                        Ph: 0427798438 or Email: director@dfov.org.au

We look forward to you joining us again this year for another uplifting experience of vocal heaven.

Peter Keelan
Festival Director
Denmark Festival of Voice
4 - 7 June 2010
www.dfov.org.au
☎ (mob)0427798438
☎ SKYPE ID = peterkeelan




Saturday 23rd January, 8pm - Australia Day long weekend tour.
ZIGATANGO at the ALBANY TOWN HALL, - 217 York Street, Albany. Ph (08) 9844 2222

After their highly successful tour to Tasmania and Perth shows at Kulcha and the Fly By, Zigatango are bringing their
fiery gypsy arrangements and passionate tangos of Astor Piazzolla to Albany on their first south west tour.
They also throw in the odd foray into folk, jazz and 70's rock!

We hope that you can join us on this special evening of fine music, plenty of laughs and maybe even some dancing!
For a sneak preview have a look at some of Zigatango's videos. or visit their website for more info.

$20 adults, $15 Concession, $10 Child
limited capacity, so book now to avoid disappointment on (08) 9844 2222

(NOTE: Zigatango will also be performing at the Denmark Markets on the morning of Sunday the 24th January
and at the Denmark Civic Centre at 8pm that same Sunday evening.)

Saturday 30th January, 8pm
ZIGATANGO at KULCHA (Live Recording) - 13 South Terrace, Fremantle

You are invited for a night of fiery gypsy music from Eastern Europe combined with the passionate tangos of Astor Piazzolla along
with the occasional foray into jazz, folk and 70's rock.
With new original material along with some freshly reworked classics, this promises to be one of the most exciting
Zigatango performances yet. We are also thrilled to announce our support act for the evening 'The Whistling Dogs'
who will warm up the audience with their South American melodies and quirky Lyrics.

We recommend that you pre-book to avoid disappointment, as our first Kulcha show was sold out and our second
one ran at near capacity as spaces are quite limited. We are also hoping to do a live recording at this show, so would
love you to be part of our audience for this rare evening of fine music, plenty of laughs as always and a few suprises thrown in.

Door $15 Presale $13 KULCHA Members $10 Book Online Ph 9336 4544




Calling all actors, dancers, singers, clowns and other performers. Have you considered Oral Storytelling?

The Storytelling Guild of Australia (WA) is organising a series of workshops, starting with one led by visiting storyteller
Debbie Guneratne (UK) who presented at the 2005 Storytelling Festival.

*"I enjoyed it so much I missed the next workshop because I wanted to take in what I'd just heard." (Brenda Berrisford)*

The workshop will focus on improving your storytelling skills using the Asian concept of Rasa, working through the emotions inspired in your audience.

Come and be stimulated by stories from ancient times that resound with truths that still hold today. Be innovative and ingenious in the use of your imagination and increase your skills in effective and influential public speaking. Discover the fun and power of storytelling.

Please bring a five minute story and a percussion instrument (if you have one) with you, which we will use to work on the Rasa concept. The
workshop will also involve drama and storytelling activities/games.

*Time: 10:00 to 4:00, Wednesday 20th January
Place: Fremantle Independent Theatre Hub, WA (Crn. High & Parry st,
Fremantle)
Cost: $80*

Only 15 places available so get in quick.
10 Registrations required by 14th Jan for workshop to go ahead.

RSVP Jesse Williamson 0400789765
presedent@wa.storyguild.org.au

Jesse The Wind Wanderer
(President)
The Storytelling Guild of Australia (WA) Inc.
president@wa.storyguild.org.au
www.storyguildwa.com




WA Folk Federation Seeks Treasurer

The WA Folk Federation seeks a treasurer to commence end of March 2010. This is a voluntary position requiring approximately 4 hours work per month to help the Acoustic, Roots and Folk community.

Enquiries: John McNair - mcnairmusic@iinet.net.au - Mobile: 0438 429232




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Subject: RE: Perth WA, what to do?
From: Bugsy
Date: 12 Jan 10 - 08:57 PM

Having posted that, I'd slide on down to Fremantle and check out the pubs there. There's usually some sort of music going on there.

It's a shame you're not here a little earlier, I'm doing the Hills Folk Club on friday 5th.

Cheers

Bugsy


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