MAKE AND SHARE MUSIC
The DRMC respectfully acknowledges the past and present traditional owners of this land -
The Wurundjeri people, their Ngurungaeta- Murrundindi, and their Elders.
We acknowledge with respect the First Australian peoples as the Traditional Custodians of this country
and their continued connection to land, sea, and culture.
ABOUT THE DRMC
Music for everyone...
Music has the power to transport us to another time and place, and de-stress our world . The Dandenong Ranges Music Council loves to harness that power by facilitating interactions of a broad group of fellow music lovers and passionate musicians alike. Since 1979 the DRMC has found great joy and satisfaction from running community events, mentoring musicians, and supporting those with restricted abilities to be involved in the creative music process.
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The Dandenong Ranges Music Council is hosting an afternoon for music creatives of all interests to launch the Music Advisory Collective (MAC). The gathering will provide a chance to network and consider the need for a Music Advisory Collective.
Community Music has been hit hard by covid. Covid stopped singing and the playing of wind instruments, venues were closed, bands were not booked, choirs and wind bands struggled on zoom. Music professionals lost work. The Music Advisory Collective is an opportunity to get together and share knowledge and needs. A survey will be distributed prior to and at the event.
DATE: Sunday 25 June 2023
VENUE: DRMC - Upwey High School 1451 Burwood Hwy Upwey
Enter via Marchant Ave, DRMC is at the west end of the Basketball Stadium.
For further information: EMAIL email@example.com PHONE 0424 910 282
Thanks to Yarra Ranges Council Small Grant for supporting this initiative.
We are running survey to as a precursor to the Music Advisory Collective meeting on 25 June. Filling out the survey will help us to gauge interest from the community and give us some ideas of what sorts of acitiviies would be of interest. Please consider filling out the survey at this link:
Ludwig van Beethoven
"To play a wrong note is insignificant; to play without passion is inexcusable"