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Explore and develop your talents while working with some of Australia’s finest brass and percussion conductors and tutors.

12th to 19th January 2020


"JUDY AUSTRALIA 1964" 27, 28, 29 March 2020

The Whitehorse Centre presents Skunkworks new production of our hit show JUDY AUSTRALIA 1964. Building on the success of our first show at the Athenaeum Theatre in July 2019, the new show will feature even more songs and more drama with the fabulous voice of Liane Keegan as Judy Garland.

Bookings: Whitehorse Centre 9262 6555

JUDY AUSTRALIA 1964 trailer

Check out this great video

Christmas events

We’re all going to the Zoo Zoo Zoo. 15th December 2019

The Hyde Street Youth Band, Junior Band and members of the Footscray-Yarraville Percussion Academy will be performing on the lawns at Melbourne Zoo on the 15th December. Times are yet to be finalised however the bands are going to perform before and after lunch for approx. 3 hours in total. Watch this space for more details and start planning a fun day out at the Zoo with a picnic lunch on the lawns.

Swing Into Christmas - Saturday 7th Dec 2019

A spectacular Christmas fundraising concert in support of Play It Forward, under the direction of multi-award winning conductor, Dr Jonathon Welch AM.

Featuring: Glenferrie Brass conducted by Phillipa Edwards, THECHO!R, XL Arts Inc, Danielle Matthews, Adam Przewlocki,

Dandenong Carols by Candlelight Friday 13th December 2019

The City of Greater Dandenong is proud to present the 72nd annual Greater Dandenong Carols in Harmony Square on Friday 13 December. 2019

Hosted by Dennis Walter and featuring the City of Greater Dandenong Band.

Come dressed up in your Christmas gear with family and friends to join the Dandenong community in a magical evening of singing and Christmas fun at Harmony Square.

The silent anzac

The Poppies Journey

In November 2018 the Footscray-Yarraville City Band toured France, Belgium and the UK to commemorate the Centenary of Armistice of WW1. Joining them on this pilgrimage was the band's WW1 bass drum filled with poppies made by local school children. In 1915 this bass drum had set off to war with the original Anzac's, some whom inscribed their names inside the drum. Over 100 years later it returned to the battlefields of the Western Front, this time accompanied by the poppies of the heirs to the Anzac legend. This video, published in November 2019 by Jacqui Schulz, tells the story of the poppies journey.


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