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Black Sorrows (Pic - Guy Palmer)

Change of Venue for Joe Camilleri & the Black Sorrows concert

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the venue for the Joe Camilleri and the Black Sorrow’s concert has changed: It will move from George and Deirdre Cremasco’s home to St Ambrose Hall in Woodend.

The time and date remain unchanged (Sunday 22 April, 4pm arrival for food and wine, 5pm concert), and you will still be able to enjoy quality Mount Towrong wines thanks to the generous support of George and Deirdre.

We’re looking forward to sharing this concert with you and the ARIA Award winning Joe Camelleri and the Black Sorrows as part of our Plus1 Woodend Winter Arts Festival fundraising program. Described in Rolling Stone magazine last year: “Jo Jo Zep brought the soul to Oz rock and the Black Sorrows did it again.”

We’re excited that next month we will experience, right here in the Macedon Ranges, the diverse musical range that spans bluegrass, blues, rockabilly, reggae, rock, gospel and soul that is Joe Camilleri and the Black Sorrows.

Because of the change in venue and to assist us with planning, please advise by 7 April if you require a seat for the duration of the performance (woodendwinterarts@gmail.com).

We look forward to seeing you on Sunday 22 April at 4pm at St Ambrose Hall, Templeton St, Woodend.

Free parking is available immediately in front of the hall.

Additional tickets are available

Kind regards,
Jacky Ogeil (Artistic Director – WWAF)  and George Cremasco  (Owner – Mount Towrong Winery)

Dead Composers’ Society – Joe Chindamo

SATURDAY 24 MARCH, 4pm.

Joe Chindamo will delight with a concert improvisations of classical favourites, in this concert dubbed “Dead Composers’ Society”, to be held in the Duneira homestead. Enjoy the beautiful surrounds of the early Autumnal garden, enjoy light refreshments before the concert with wine at bar prices.

Saturday 24 March 2018 from 4 till 6 pm, with concert commencing at 5pm. Tickets are $65. Book now as seats are limited.

The Festival Comes of Age is supported by Creative Partnerships Australia through Plus1.

Piazzolla & Pizza

The Festival is pleased to announce this special fundraising concert as part of the Plus1 Fundraising program for the 2018 Festival.

Slava and Leonard Grigoryan will delight with a concert of Brazilian & South American guitar favourites, including Piazzolla, in St Ambrose Church. Following the concert, meet Slava and Leonard and enjoy a light supper of pizza and other Italian treats in the hall.

Saturday 17 February 2018 at 7:30pm. Tickets are $65. Book now to avoid disappointment!

The Festival Comes of Age is supported by Creative Partnerships Australia through Plus1.