Here’s a question for you….What do goats, gaffa tape, Donald Trump, sloth poop, global warming, and a cross gender chicken called Suzie all have in common?
They are all part of the menagerie of topics put under scrutiny by the Alfalfa Males in their quest to make sense of the world through song!!
Musical duo Tim Darby and Donald Wilson win hearts and engage minds wherever they play with their mix of quirky humour, open hearted intimacy, beautiful vocal harmonies and eclectic musical style.
Their easy banter and authentic stage presence reaches out to embrace the audience in a mingling of stories, humour and lyrical melodies. Oh yeah…..they also play (in order of size but not necessarily importance) bass, guitar, ukulele, a smattering of violin and….if the occasion calls for it….garden shears.
The Eneksis choir from the West Australia Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) has a reputation as one of Australia’s finest ensembles. Directed by WAAPA’s Director of Choral Studies Micheal McCarthy, Eneksis continues to dazzle audiences despite changing line ups each year as students pass through. Dunsborough SongFest has been lucky to have Eneksis as a constant supporter of the festival. Make sure you catch them on Saturday night and look out around town on Saturday morning as they may pop-up in a shopping centre near you…
Micheal will also take his popular Saturday morning workshop where you can join the choir as they go through warm up routines and preparations to sing. Absolute must do.
Founded in 2006, Madjitil Moorna Choir is an all-inclusive community choir singing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander songs, led by Aboriginal performers.
This unique choir performs across WA – in communities and schools, workplaces and at private functions – singing, learning, healing ~ bringing cultures together.
Be prepared to get involved as you experience Madjitil Moorna!
We are a sassy group of ladies who love to sing and have fun doing it!
Originally formed some 15 plus years ago from within the bosom of The Rossmoyne Community Singers. Strike a Chord has blossomed and flourished under the direction of our highly accomplished musical director and Harry Oliff and accompanist Jackson Griggs. The group have enjoyed singing at a number of events, including weddings and concerts and recently enjoyed a weekend in Kalgoorlie for the Desert Heart SongFest and supporting Christine Anu recently for her Aretha Franklin Tribute Tour.
Rossmoyne Community Singers are a ladies choir and celebrating their 21st birthday this year! They started out as a mixed choir but by attrition became ladies only!! The only blokes allowed at their rehearsal each week are their Musical Director – the fabulous Harry Oliff and super talented accompanist Jackson Griggs!! So, unlike most choirs, they’re not looking for blokes to join them but would happily welcome any ladies who would like to come along and sing in 3 and 4 part harmony.
ACW, its directors and teams are passionate about the art form, teaching and training in the barbershop style, as well as supporting the community and nurturing members, with an injection of fun. The success of the chorus is ultimately based on the commitment and passion from its leaders and members and taking the joy of performing to the audience.