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Monty Bevins House Concert

by Grum Frith

Monty Bevins is a New Zealand based singer-songwriter.
He is known as a gifted, soulful performer whose songs ask the big questions while
telling the small stories. Perpetually touring, Bevins has built a loyal following
throughout his homeland where he plays everywhere from packed halls in isolated
towns to festival stages and bars in the big city. There’s a reason why people keep
coming back again and again to see Bevins perform; he’s an authentic musician with
bloody good songs.
“I was pleasantly surprised with his obviously honed and crafted live performance, as
he effortlessly intertwined elements of folk, roots and soul together.”
Poppy Tohill, 13th floor.
“Monty is the real deal; a genuine and gifted muso with songs you want to hear again
and again”
James Kenyon, Australia
VIDEO:
LOVERS AGAIN – https://vimeo.com/213386711
TRAVELLER – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Syy87sBbjAc
GOLDEN ONE – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzSlMQi_5zQ
WEB
http://www.facebook.com/montybevins
www.montybevins.bandcamp.com

Buy Tickets At: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/monty-bevins-house-concert-tickets-42885952037

CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

by Grum Frith
CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

HANMER SPRINGS COMMUNITY TRUST CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

VENUE: HANMER SPRINGS GOLF CLUB

DAY/DATE: TUESDAY 2ND JANUARY 2018

TEE OFF TIME: 8.00AM – 12.30PM

HANDICAP & NON-HANDICAP SECTIONS

ENTRY FEE $30

SIGN UP AT THE GOLF CLUB OFFICE

OR TELEPHONE 03 315 7710

OR ENTER ONLINE VIA WEBSITE

www.hanmerspringsgolf.co.nz

Email to hanmer.springs@golf.co.nz

“GREAT PRIZES & A FUN DAY”

PROCEEDS TO MUSIC & ARTS HANMER SPRINGS TRUST

NZ Sing In for KIDS

by Grum Frith
NZ Sing In for KIDS

NZ Sing In for kids – Specific age group e.g. 9 – 12 years

2 hour workshop [50 mins – 20 mins (morning tea or afternoon tea) – 50 mins]

 

Singing is fun at all ages but what are some of the New Zealand songs for kids that make us unique, that affirm who we are and tell stories that we can relate to from our environment, from our cultures and/or from our own NZ composers and artists.

 

This workshop tunes up the children’s voices, helps them feel the excitement of making music together with body and vocal percussion. It uses New Zealand repertoire to learn about the social relevance of music as a means to express and capture our experiences and stories as an art form.