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  1. February 2024

    1. Tue 27

      David Squire - In Conversation and Action!

      5:30 PM to 8:00 PM
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    2. Thu 29

      Sing Low! Tenor and Bass workshop with David Squire

      4:30 PM to 8:00 PM
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  2. March 2024

    1. Sat 09

      Be a Choir Kid for the Day!

      1:30 PM to 4:00 PM
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    2. Sun 10

      I'm Not Sure What I'm Doing!

      3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
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    3. Sat 23

      Harmony Day - Combined rehearsals for Piccolos, Kids and Singers

      1:30 PM to 4:00 PM
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Sing Low! Workshop with David Squire

Sing Low! Workshop with David Squire

TENOR AND BASS

Tenors and Basses, aged 12 - 25 are invited to Sing Low! with renowned New Zealand conductor and educator, David Squire. This will be a wonderful opportunity for tenors and basses to sing together repertoire chosen by David. The format will be an afternoon workshop followed by a sausage sizzle meal break. The evening will conclude with a short, informal concert with the Birralee Blokes and other school choirs and finish with the massed choir repertoire learnt in the afternoon.

This registration is for individuals. Choirs who would like to attend as an ensemble should contact Paul - paul@birralee.org


DETAILS:
Date: THURSDAY 29 FEBRUARY 2024
Time: 4.30pm - 8:00pm (arrive from 4:15pm for 4:30pm start)
Venue: Salvation Army Church, 167 Ann St, City

Cost:
$10 per person

**Voices of Birralee is a registered and endorsed charity, therefore the goods and services specified on this invoice are GST free**.

Registrations close midday on Tuesday 27 February 2024.


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Official partners of Voices of Birralee

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Voices of Birralee acknowledges the Traditional Owners of this country and recognise their continuing connection the land, water and culture. In our organisation, we recognise the Turrbal and Jagera Peoples as the traditional custodians of Meanjin land. We pay our respects to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and to their Elders past, present and emerging.