The Tyalgum Music Festival

Festivals, Events & Exhibitions

Tyalgum Music Festival 2017

To present the 2017 Tyalgum Music Festival. A dynamic and exciting classical music festival in nothern NSW that includes many other genres of music and community events.

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Tyalgum Music Festival
8 – 10 September 2017

Over the years, the Tyalgum Music Festival has matured to a collaborative festival offering an international standard of performance, through the theme of “Music, Art and Nature in Australia’s Green Cauldron”, and enjoys strong support from within the arts, cultural, tourism and business sectors of the Tweed Shire, Northern Rivers region and state and national funding.

2017 sees an exciting mix of concerts in the Tyalgum Hall as well as an outdoor musical events bringing music and a festive atmosphere to Tyalgum. A selection of Australia’s finest ensembles entice visitors from afar to this beautiful part of the world as well as involving the local community.

The organisers are planning some additional performances in and around the local shopfronts as ‘pop-up’ concerts to add to the Festival vibe. Late night music, local groups in community events and post-concert evening entertainment, a musical sound installation as well as high class chamber music groups in their own festival concerts. It is promising to be a Festival not to be missed!

All donations will go towards enabling this festival to be the iconic and valuable arts event it has grown to become. Much loved by the region and well beyond…
a festival of national significance..

http://www.tyalgumfestival.com.au/

Over the years the Tyalgum Music Festival has matured to a collaborative festival offering an international standard of performance, through the theme of “”Music, Art and Nature in Australia’s Green Cauldron””, and enjoys strong support from within the arts, cultural, tourism and business sectors of the Tweed Shire and the Northern Rivers region.
2015 sees an exciting mix of concerts in the Tyalgum Hall as well as the outdoor music event, ‘Singing up Tyalgum’, bringing music and a festive atmosphere to the main street of Tyalgum. A selection of Australia’s finest ensembles entice visitors from afar to this beautiful part of the world as well as involving the local community.
The organisers have strengthened their association with the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, and are planning some additional performances in and around the local shopfronts as ‘pop-up’ concerts to add to the festival vibe. A family concert, late night music, local groups in community events and post-concert evening entertainment as well as high class chamber music groups in their own festival concerts. It is promising to be a Festival not to be missed!

MA

Margot Anthony

NSW
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John Carrier

QLD