Last Minute Productions and Music Studio @RedfernCommunityCentre bring you a new 6-week online Songwriters youth group facilitated by Sam Hunter.The program includes:Week 1 : Who Are YOU? What Is YOUR Dream?Week 2 : Creative Process & Exploring IdeasWeek 3 : Finding your voice & Song StructureWeek 4 : Creative writing & Song MappingWeek 5 : Song Writing & Memory SkillsWeek 6 : Confidence building & PerformingMeet Sam HunterStarting his music career in Zurich- Switzerland. Sam has been involved in entertainment almost all his life. From musical theatre as a kid- to the Australian youth choir before embarking on his journey overseas to finish school in Europe. Sam found his calling in 2008 when he started writing poetry style Hip Hop music. Influenced by the golden era of NYC (1990's)- he fell in love with the art of story telling. This sparked the flame which Sam still carries to the present day.In 2008 Sam was affiliated with 'Soulful Records'-A hip hop label-studio based in Baden- Switzerland. He formed a crew with the Swiss Natives- ROB- Flow'etic & Mellow Moodie - called- 'The Devoted Poets' .. for Sam (Little Hunta)- his MC identity grew as he hit the stage and toured Switzerland with the group until 2010- returning back to Sydney to embark on his solo journey.Since returning to OZ a decade ago- Sam has recorded and released over 200 songs under his original stage name- Little Hunta. He formed a group in late 2011 called 'Decypher Us'-Although the world of Hip Hop enticed Sam throughout the years- he was always searching for his true calling. A lead singer for his own band! Nurtured by reggae bands such as 'Caribbean Soul' & 'The Strides'. He found his home on stage with bands a familiar place. In 2016 Sam re branded and started using his real name .. Sam Hunter. Growing into his own- Sam has released on platforms such as Spotify- Apple Music- Tidal & Amazon Music since 2016. With over 25 videos on his YouTube channel.Register hereDisclaimer&nbsp;a. To the extent permitted by law- The City of Sydney- its officers- employees- agents and contractors are not liable for any personal injury- loss or damage to property or financial loss (including payment of medical expenses) any individual may suffer whilst participating in online programs and activities presented by The City of Sydney and&nbsp;&nbsp;b. By participating in City of Sydney online programs- individuals accept that they do so at their own risk and accept that they waive and forego any legal right that they may otherwise have against the City of Sydney and or against its officers- employees- agents and contractorsStudioRCC programs are for 18years and over- any participants under 18yrs younger must be accompanied by an adult.)&nbsp
Delight in Flamenco art- poetry dance and music with some of Sydney's finest artists!Annalouise Paul presents 'Flamenco for Everybody'. After the show- we'll have a Q and A with the audience about Flamenco culture- the social- historical and cultural elements. In dialogue with Annalouise and the musicians and singers- Rafael- Robbie and Byron- you learn about the influence of Romani- Jewish- Arab and Afro-Cuban cultures that make up Flamenco's songs- rhythms and dances.Ticket sales pay the professional artists and technical staff who have been struck without work due to Covid-19. Without support for our arts industry we rely on you- our appreciative audiences and patrons for ticket sales and donations. We gratefully accept your help.About the ArtistsAnnalouise Paul offers a unique contemporary-flamenco dancing style. An award-winning choreographer.Byron Mark on percussion is a genius at that. Watch out. His albums will be on sale too.Rafael Leon voice is authentic and soulful- a most-loved Flamenco singer.Robbie Varga gives us grit and flair- a highly-respected Flamenco guitarist.2 performances with a 22-in person limit for each show. All Covid-19 regulations apply.
From 6 to 14 November- the wildest wordsmiths from around the world will come together for Australia's largest performing writer's program- Word Travels' Story Week.This year's program goes virtual and international- bringing together an electrifying line-up of literary talent from across Australia and the world for an action-packed week of wordsmithery.The Festival culminates in the Australian Poetry Slam National Final- a spectacular showdown between the nation's best outspoken wordsmiths on Saturday 14 November. Headlined by last year's indomitable champion wani La Frere- the final will feature 16 sharp-tongued poets setting the stage ablaze for the coveted title of National Champion.