Music Matters April 2015

Posted by in MusicMatters | April 1, 2015

Daniel de Borah, prize winning Sydney piano competition winner and soloist all around the world delighted the South West Music community with a stunning display of musicianship, playing works spanning a time from 1700 to 1900’s. It was a great opportunity to see a truly exceptional performer in a very intimate setting.




Arabesk will be our next performers, on the 16th May 2015 at our new venue in Hardinge St, behind the Caltex service station, a wonderful venue for live music. These guys have developed a genre all to themselves, and are a high energy, hypnotically rhythmic internationally flavoured troupe. They will also conduct some workshops for some of our more advanced students, so be sure to mark this one in your diaries. Book soon to take advantage of our pre booking price as this one will be a sell-out.

VC students concert copy

Remember that South West Music Regional Conservatorium has some of the most advanced Video Conferencing equipment available, so if you have an public school nearby, and haven’t enrolled for music lessons due to distance, you can now!

Happy and safe holidays everyone!


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