AT OUR CHURCH
Musos play for Amnesty
New concert in Avalon:
Wayne Richmond the leader of Loosely Woven is one of the Peninsula’s inspirational leaders in giving live music to the community. In this brand new concert 26 musicians play many and varied Instruments.. Ït is always lots of fun for young and old.
It will be a free, light-hearted, folky, acoustic concert/cabaret which will close with a spectacular arrangement of the title song.
This concert Includes the usual eclectic mix including some classics : –
from Neil Young, Joan Baez, to Beethoven! ALSO some Australian songs eg The Shearer’s Lament, some rock favourites, and some fun songs.
You can enjoy a musical treat and also support human rights by coming .
The concert is free and so is the supper but those who wish may donate to the work of Amnesty International in its efforts to help people around the world suffering human rights abuse.
Avalon Amnesty International group is at present working on several campaigns – for Refugees; for Indigenous people; against the Death Penalty; for prisoners of conscience. There will be information about campaigns and petitions to sign at the concert.
DATE: Sunday 2nd August
TIME: 4 pm-7 pm
PLACE: Avalon Baptist Church 2 George St. Avalon
Free entry/ free supper
Voluntary Donations to Avalon Group of Amnesty International
- The one I love is gone (Joan Baez)
- After the gold rush (Neil Young)
- Beethoven’s 7th Symphony (Allegretto)
a few Australian songs:
- The Rain Song (The Mae Trio)
- The Shearer’s Lament
- Voices in your head (original song by Greg Thompson)
a few ‘rock’ favourites:
- Rubber Ball
- Sweet Caroline
- Everybody’s Talkin’
and a number of ‘fun’ songs:
- The Cat’s Duet (Rossini)
- Lydia the tattooed lady (Groucho Marx)
- Always a bridesmaid
Instruments this time will include violins, flutes, harps, clarinets, concertinas, accordion, glockenspiel, guitars, mandolin, keyboard and percussion.