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Calling Sydney’s Song-birds

Sydney Children’s Festival are looking for song-birds to join the Festival Choir and sing with Georgie Parker at the Festival Opening Party on Saturday 03 of October, CarriageWorks.

Kids and their adult friends can sing their hearts out and have fun learning new music, composed and curated especially for the Festival by talented composers and choir masters Carl Pannuzzo and Penny Larkins. Everyone from beginners to advanced choral performers are welcome.

Rehearsals are on Sat 19 and 26 September for three hours leading up to the opening of Sydney Children’s Festival and include a unique singing workshop hosted by Carl and Penny. On Saturday 3 October, the Choir will perform on stage at the Sydney Children’s Festival Opening Party.

To be part of the Festival Choir email Kyra Bartley on producing@carriageworks.com.au or call 02 8571 9099 or 02 8571 9070.

The second annual Sydney Children’s Festival at CarriageWorks will amaze, awe and inspire children from 5 – 12 years old, and their families this October, over the school holidays. The Festival commences with an Opening Concert and Party on Saturday 3 October, followed by Circus inspired week one from Monday 5-10 and Storytelling themed week two from Monday 12-17. The festival is 95% free! With some ticketed events and workshops.

A full festival program is available on the Festival website www.sydneychildrensfestival.com where you can also sign up for regular alerts to keep ahead of program of activities and special events.

From the world premiere of Erth’s A Mazing giant labyrinth, to CIRCA’s international smash hit 46 Circus Acts in 45 Minutes and Imaginary Theatre’s mesmerising performances of children’s literary hit Tashi; Sydney Children’s Festival is a must-do school holiday experience.

With oodles of free activities, workshops, exhibitions and some ticketed events, the Festival is geared to engage the senses, stimulate the imagination and ignite every child’s passion for creative arts.

Kids can get their face on film, get hip with a hula hoop, be swept up in a story, fly, fall, or learn to flip… and make a mess in the mass of art and craft found in every corner of CarriageWorks.

Sydney Children’s Festival 2009| Festival Information

FESTIVAL DATES 5 – 17 October
OPENING PARTY Saturday 3 October
OPENING TIMES 10am – 4pm, Monday – Saturday. Closed Sundays.
ADMISSION Admission into the Festival is free.
Events are free or ticketed via www.ticketmaster.com.au

VENUE Carriageworks, 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh, NSW, 2015
(Nearest Train: Redfern or Macdonaldtown)
MORE INFO
www.sydneychildrensfestival.com
www.carriageworks.com.au
02 8571 9099

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