The City of Glen Eira is hosting a series of 8 free concerts every Sunday throughout October and November. Each concert is at a different park in the City of Glen Eira, covering Caulfield, Bentleigh, Elsternwick and surrounding areas.
The series kicked off on Sunday 5 October with piano accordian and violin duo "Bohemian Nights". Typical of what you can expect from this series, it was a laid back affair - no frills acoustic sounds in an intimate surrounding. Bohemian Nights played a range of songs including Gypsy and Parisian tunes, as well as a tango that inspired a few pairs from the crowd to strut with purpose.
The audience relaxing in front of music duo Bohemian Nights at the first Glen Eira Springtime Music 2014 Concert
Unlike other events held by the City of Glen Eira, this one is solely about the performance. You won't find any food vans, craft stalls or free council balloons here. Everything is BYO, so bring your own blanket or fold up chair, some afternoon snacks and refreshments, and just lay back and enjoy. If you are taking young kids out to the park anyway, you might as well take them to one of these events, where you can enjoy the atmosphere while they run around in the playground.
For more details about the remaining concerts, visit the City of Glen Eira Springtime Music 2014 website. All concerts are held from 3-5 pm. Future events include acoustic music, dance performance, circus inspired performance, indigenous music, and music for younger audiences:
Sunday 12 October: The Fenians at Glen Huntly Park, Caulfield East Sunday 19 October: Gnarnayarrahe and Alinta Waltairie at Victory Park, Bentleigh Sunday 26 October: The Mik Maks at Carnegie Library Playspace, Carnegie Sunday 2 November: Jen's Super Dooper Music Show at Harleston Park, Elsternwick
Sunday 9 November: Assanti Trio at King George IV Memorial Reserve, Bentleigh East Sunday 16 November: Eamon and Dudi Project at Hopetoun Gardens, Elsternwick Sunday 23 November: Stiletto Sisters at Joyce Park, Ormond