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Tasmanian Composers Festival
2 - 4 March 2017

APRA-AMCOS

 

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The Brookfield Shed - good food, good wine, good music

date
band venue
Sunday
28 August

2.00pm
Marty Nelson-Williams (Vic) Brookfield Shed
1640 Channel Highway
Margate
Sunday
18 September

2.00pm
Duck Duck Goose (Vic) Brookfield Shed
1640 Channel Highway
Margate
Tues 11
&
Wed 12 October


11.00am - 11.45am
$12

Keith Potger AO
Melodies and Memories

Songs and stories from The Seekers era with Keith Potger and his 12 string guitar. Be charmed by some Seekers classics, some country and a few of Keith’s originals

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Brookfield Shed
1640 Channel Highway
Margate

Thursday 13 October

11.00am - 11.45am
$10

Keith Potger AO
Melodies and Memories

Songs and stories from The Seekers era with Keith Potger and his 12 string guitar. Be charmed by some Seekers classics, some country and a few of Keith’s originals

in conjunction with Brighton Council

Brighton Civic Centre
Greenpoint Road
Bridgewater
Saturday 16 October

8.00pm - 10.15pm
$30 show only
$62 dinner and show

Keith Potger AO
Melodies and Memories

The complete show - two sets of songs and stories from The Seekers era with Keith Potger and his 12 string guitar. Be charmed by some Seekers classics, some country and a few of Keith’s originals

Brookfield Shed
1640 Channel Highway
Margate

Saturday 5 November

8.00pm

$30 show only
$62 dinner and show

Greg Champion

of the Coodabeen Champions

Brookfield Shed
1640 Channel Highway
Margate
     
     

 

2015 Tasmanian Composers Festival supported by

Clarence City Council Gov of Slovenia APRA-AMCOS

Thanks to all the composers and performers who helped make the second Tasmanian Composers Festival a success.

The final concert, Song of the Year, hosted the awards.

Song of the Year: Jane Germain, 'Listen to What You Know'
Best Lyric: Phil Oddy, 'Never Tomorrow'
Best Hook: George Begbie, 'Crossroads'.

Congratulations to everyone. So many songs could have been Song of the Year - our future is bright.

Next Festival 2-4 March 2017

Regular Events:

Acoustic Thursday at The Brookfield Shed

Third Thursday of each month - commencing 18 August

From 7.30pm - 10.30pm bring your voice, instrument or your audience to this warm, friendly and supportive environment. From first timers to old timers, originals to interpretations, come and share your music with us.

Brackets are 15 minutes (3 songs). Set up time is included - hence 'acoustic'.

Contact Roger to book your spot - 0419 558 421 or email

Songwriters Circle (like us on Facebook)

The Hobart Songwriters Circle is a casual, supportive group who meet each month to present a song to their peers for feedback and discussion. The theme is a guide only and all songwriters are welcome.

A group for people who write or just appreciate original Tasmanian music.

TUESDAY June 14, 7.30pm (second Tuesday of the month)
Theme:

Venue: Hotel SOHO, Davey Street, Hobart.

For songwriters old and new, poets and all. Bring your new song or reprise an old song, write to the theme of the month or come to absorb.

Corrib Gas Song

Youtube video- a song about the struggle against Shell by the Shell to Sea campaigners in Ireland.

 

short run printing at economical prices
available now

Email us for details

Arelmedia Management can now offer short runs of A4 & A5 booklets, folded and saddle stitched. Up to 56 pages.

We can also print flyers including A3 posters. You provide the artwork, we print.

 

 

Since 2007 we have hosted Dick Gaughan, Peggy Seeger, Rory McLeod, Stefan Grossman, Vin Garbutt, Keith Potger, Eleanor McEvoy, The Amazing Rhythm Aces, Colum Sands, Jez Lowe, Les Chauffeurs a Pieds, The Popes and many more.