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ELO Massive Dance Event <h4>Andy Howitt</h4>
May
5
9:25 PM21:25

ELO Massive Dance Event

Andy Howitt

Electric Light Orchestra are a rock band Formed in 1970. Their music is characterised by a fusion of Pop, Classical and Futuristic soundscapes, great tracks include:Don’t Bring Me Down-Turn To Stone-Mr Blue Sky and Xanadu - Come learn 1970 dance moves The Hustle, The Bus Stop The Bump and The funky chicken and on the hour we perform a MASS ELO DANCE PARTY

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Silver Rain<h4>Release Creative</h4>
May
5
8:40 PM20:40

Silver Rain

Release Creative

Watch the wonder spread when award-winning sisters and opera sensations Kirilie and Ruth Blythman come together, with the talented projection artist Michael Carmody, to create a truly immersive and evocative performance. Using the expressive music of Ricky Ian Gordon as a canvas, Silver Rain explores themes of nature, community, creativity and time, found in the words of famous American poets including Langston Hughes, Dorothy Parker and Emily Dickinson.

Also at 6:10pm.

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ELO Massive Dance Workshop <h4>Andy Howitt</h4>
May
5
8:20 PM20:20

ELO Massive Dance Workshop

Andy Howitt

Electric Light Orchestra are a rock band Formed in 1970. Their music is characterised by a fusion of Pop, Classical and Futuristic soundscapes, great tracks include:Don’t Bring Me Down-Turn To Stone-Mr Blue Sky and Xanadu - Come learn 1970 dance moves The Hustle, The Bus Stop The Bump and The funky chicken and on the hour we perform a MASS ELO DANCE PARTY.

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StreetSounds @ GAD <h4>Boomulele, The Marvelous Mel-Tones, Dunolly Streetband and The Zamponistas</h4>
May
5
8:00 PM20:00

StreetSounds @ GAD

Boomulele, The Marvelous Mel-Tones, Dunolly Streetband and The Zamponistas

At Geelong After Dark see the combined talents of Boomulele, Dunolly Street Band+ Mel-Tones (including Kurnai/Gunai elders) and The Zamonistas bring their colour, sound and joy to the streets of Geelong. If you like what you see and hear please join us for a Fiesta in the West Park, Geelong West tomorrow Sat May 6 at 11am for a free community parade and fiesta!

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The Tides of Welcome Choir Meets the David Robertson Drummers <h4>Various Artists</h4>
May
5
7:45 PM19:45

The Tides of Welcome Choir Meets the David Robertson Drummers

Various Artists

  • "North Sculpture" on the Waterfront, End of Moorabool Street (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A musical act combining the uplifting sounds of the Tides of Welcome Community Choir and their collage of personalities and voices, with the raw energy that comes from layered rhythms as performed by The David Robertson Drummers using the Djembe (African hand drum)…. a remarkable synergy that captivates audiences with each performance.

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StreetSounds @ GAD <h4>Scotso, Fame and Prahan Accordian Band</h4>
May
5
7:30 PM19:30

StreetSounds @ GAD

Scotso, Fame and Prahan Accordian Band

SURFCOAST OLD TIME STREET ORCHESTRA (SCOTSO), THE FOOTSCRAY ACOUSTIC MUSIC ENSEMBLE (FAME) AND THE PRAHRAN ACCORDIAN BAND
Proudly part of the Community Music Victoria Street Sounds Project

At Geelong After Dark enjoy the charm and community spirit of the SurfCoast Old Time Street Orchestra, the Footscray Acoustic Music Assembly and the Prahran Accordian Band. If you like what you see and hear please join us for a Fiesta in the West Park, Geelong West tomorrow Sat May 6 at 11am for a free community parade and fiesta!

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ELO Massive Dance Workshop <h4>Andy Howitt</h4>
May
5
7:30 PM19:30

ELO Massive Dance Workshop

Andy Howitt

Electric Light Orchestra are a rock band Formed in 1970. Their music is characterised by a fusion of Pop, Classical and Futuristic soundscapes, great tracks include:Don’t Bring Me Down-Turn To Stone-Mr Blue Sky and Xanadu - Come learn 1970 dance moves The Hustle, The Bus Stop The Bump and The funky chicken and on the hour we perform a MASS ELO DANCE PARTY

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The Tides of Welcome Choir Meets the David Robertson Drummers <h4>Various Artists</h4>
May
5
6:30 PM18:30

The Tides of Welcome Choir Meets the David Robertson Drummers

Various Artists

  • Geelong Regional Library & Heritage Centre (Ground Floor) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A musical act combining the uplifting sounds of the Tides of Welcome Community Choir and their collage of personalities and voices, with the raw energy that comes from layered rhythms as performed by The David Robertson Drummers using the Djembe (African hand drum)…. a remarkable synergy that captivates audiences with each performance.

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StreetSounds @ GAD <h4>Invy Horn Jam, Kyneton Street Band, Sunshine Street Band and Clonard College</h4>
May
5
6:30 PM18:30

StreetSounds @ GAD

Invy Horn Jam, Kyneton Street Band, Sunshine Street Band and Clonard College

Riffs and rhythm. Squeaks, shouts and smiles. Tunes blast out. The band moves as one (almost!) as they lead the parade. Or play on the street corner. Or as they rehearse together on a rainy Tuesday night in their local community hall. You know the feeling. Playing in a band, singing and making music with others is something special. Hearing the rhythm drift down the street always increases your heartbeat. And playing at a street band festival is simply thrilling!

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Silver Rain<h4>Release Creative</h4>
May
5
6:10 PM18:10

Silver Rain

Release Creative

Watch the wonder spread when award-winning sisters and opera sensations Kirilie and Ruth Blythman come together, with the talented projection artist Michael Carmody, to create a truly immersive and evocative performance. Using the expressive music of Ricky Ian Gordon as a canvas, Silver Rain explores themes of nature, community, creativity and time, found in the words of famous American poets including Langston Hughes, Dorothy Parker and Emily Dickinson.

Also at 8:40pm.

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Thunderstorm & The Geelong Harmony Choir <h4>Anne Scott Wilson & Sean Loughrey</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Thunderstorm & The Geelong Harmony Choir

Anne Scott Wilson & Sean Loughrey

An installation by artists Sean Loughrey and Anne Scott Wilson, aimed to entice the senses in a theatrically staged, thunderous light show. The project features performances by the Geelong Harmony Choir “singing the storm”. The ames Street Bakery becomes a stage for a multi-media artwork and live performance in an event for all.

2 x 15min acts at 7.30pm and 8.30pm

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The Light of Movement and Sound <h4>Luigi Vescio & Andy O'Connor</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

The Light of Movement and Sound

Luigi Vescio & Andy O'Connor

  • Johnstone Park (side of City Hall inline with the rear of the Art Gallery) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The movement of sound.
The sound of movement.
The movement of light.
The light of movement and sound.
Live sound-scape construction, contemporary dance and light manipulation meet in Andy and Luigi’s multifaceted work, which seeks to bring to light the flux between the contemporary and the everyday, whilst exploring the interconnectivity of sound and movement.

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The Sound of Earth and Light <h4>Lisa Singline, Sandy Dickinson and Stephen Oakes</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

The Sound of Earth and Light

Lisa Singline, Sandy Dickinson and Stephen Oakes

An intriguing and evocative immersion in sound and imagery celebrating and honouring our interconnectedness with Earth. Featuring the unique sound of Sandy Dickinson’s Handpan, Stephen Oakes’ Indian Harmonium and Lisa Singline’s sublime vocals – the “sound of earth and light” performance by Aïr-thereal draws inspiration from the natural world.

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Chromaticity <h4>Vicki Hallett and Ferne Millen</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Chromaticity

Vicki Hallett and Ferne Millen

Photographic images of the You Yangs taken throughout various times of day to reveal a dynamic and vivid spectrum of colours, creating a visual perspective whilst environmental recordings form the basis of the soundscape. Sounds representing and responding to the landscape colours and a score based on the silhouette of the Mount, are superimposed to reveal an emotional and yet informative connection to the landscape.

Photographer: Ferne Millen

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Geelight <h4>Steve Thew</h4>
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Geelight

Steve Thew

  • Little Malop Central btw Moorabool and Yarra (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Steve Thew is a singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist from Geelong in Victoria Australia. With his versatile vocal range and masterful skill on the acoustic guitar, banjo, harmonica and piano. Steve is a true blue Aussie entertainer, capable of capturing the hearts and minds of his audience in a way that only a truly humble and seasoned performer can.

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