February 17th, 2023Music news with Darren Lowe
CRESFEST is back again with a three-day multi-generational and inclusive celebration of music, art and culture in April.
The festival sees Creswick throw open its doors, with contemporary folk and roots artist performances from some of the best local, national and international artists, including Tibet’s Tenzin Choegyal, pictured, hosted across a variety of locations – from goldrush era buildings and local pubs to cafes and outdoor venues.
Yandoit Cultural is starting the year with Raziel Gutierrez Soto and Julian Harrison – a world/ethereal music fusion duo.
Using vocals, aerophone and guitar their music is inspired by nature with a homogeneous blend of influences and spontaneous improvisation.
Both Raziel and Julian are professional musicians with many years’ experience, refined expertise with their instruments and they draw on different cultural and musical backgrounds.
The concert is on Friday, February 17 from 6pm at the former Uniting Church, Yandoit. Entry by donation. Details and bookings: Nikki on 0432 232 073.
Angel Olsen is playing at the Theatre Royal in Castlemaine on February 24.
Having released her latest sixth album, with overt country music influences, this will be a must see in Angel’s first Australian gig.
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