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Community Pop-Up Choir sing "The Same Sun"

  • Harvest Market 71 Cimitiere Street Launceston, TAS, 7250 Australia (map)

Community Pop-Up Choir sing "The Same Sun"

Organisation: SingFest 2018, Department of Education

Target audience : General public
Turn up at venue [optionally with a student who has learnt song through school]

Event Type: Community Sing Event

Event Description: Singing is a communal activity that promotes togetherness and sharing. In modern life there are far too few events where we can sing with one another without shame or embarrassment. This aims to be one of those events. 


Primary schools around the Tamar region have been learning this song in preparation for "SingFest 2018" and these students are invited to attend and sing at the venue to and with the audience.


The song is written by two local artists, Cameron Hindrum and Travis Hennessy, arranged by Composer Karlin Love. It is an anthem for peace.

Venue:  Harvest Market

Contact: Sarah Stagg: sarah.stagg@education.tas.gov.au

 Date: 28/7/2018  Time: 10:00 and/or 11:00 am

Wheelchair access: yes

Do people need to book for this event? : no but indication of attendance from student singers would be useful

Entry/Participation Cost: $0

Hear the song (click here)

 

INFORMATION:

To all SingFest Singers and choristers, teachers and parents,

PLEASE FIND SARAH at least 5 minutes before each event at Harvest.

Event: Pop-Up Choir to sing a peace song for the
TAMAR VALLEY PEACE FESTIVAL 2018

Song: “The Same Sun” by Cameron Hindrum and Travis Hennessey, arr. Karlin Love

Time: 10:00 and/or 11:00 am

Date: 28th July 2018

Place: Harvest Market, Launceston

This is a non-school based event. You don’t have to wear uniform, just come with your family if you are able, to enjoy the Harvest Market and be there for one of the 2 times to sing our SingFest song “The Same Sun” for the festival.

The choir will be in the crowd, for a true “flash-mob” type experience.

Yours in Music,

Nelson Tabe    Sarah Stagg
(President)                  (Committee member)

Later Event: July 30
Little Peace People