Wayfarers Australia had two good performances of the Ring Bearer last week! We’ve been working very hard on this production and we’re all pleased to see that our work has paid off. We’re so pleased with it, that we’ve decided to try to fit a few more performances in to our Australian Tour. Stay tuned for more details.
You can read the Canberra Times review here:http://www.canberratimes.com.au/entertainment/retelling-of-the-hobbits-tale-without-all-the-bells-and-whistles-20120305-1ue36.html
Wayfarer Matthew Nogrady was interviewed on 2XX FM this afternoon as part of theArtbeat program.
Look out for us on 2XX and other Canberra stations over the next few weeks as we promote our up-coming concert series in Canberra.
For more information, check out ourconcerts page.
A great write-up on the RiotACT site.
An unusual group of musicians and performers have gathered in Canberra to begin three months of preparations for an ambitious, off-beat adventure – a seven-month world tour.
Wayfarers Australia are a choir whose members come from across the country – twenty-five members from eight different towns and cities, as far afield as Alice Springs and Coffs Harbour. They range in age from 12 to 70. Between them, the Wayfarers play dozens of instruments, speak many languages, and bring skills in dance, drama, puppetry, on-the-spot production design and other aspects of performing arts.
Read the full article on RiotACT…
Wayfarers Australia was given a good write-up in the Canberra Times last week.
Would you give up most of a year of your life to travel the world teaching and performing music? That’s what Judith Clingan was asking for and she found a group of people willing and able to do just that. They will take part in the biggest ever tour of her long-running Wayfarers Australia performance project, which she began in 1997.
Read the entire article on the Canberra Times Website…