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The Australian nation has undoubtedly been devastated by the ongoing bushfire crisis this summer, with immense, and prolonged, suffering for many individuals and an estimated billion animals. We watch the coverage on the news and hear it on the radio. It's so easy to feel helpless in such times, often being so far removed from the fires themselves.
It will be an exceptional afternoon music marathon, with the following artists and ensembles offering their talents and services for free for the special event:
Trio Anima Mundi - piano/violin/cello Australian Welsh Male Choir - choral Miranda Brockman - cello Cadence Choir - choral Collide - saxophone/cello/piano
Diana Clark - singer Doug De Vries - guitar/composition Jay Dagbar - tabla
Ensemble Francaix - oboe/bassoon/piano
Kenji Fujimura - piano
Andrea and Valanga Khoza - vocals
Elyane Laussade - piano
One World Choir - choral
Luke Severn - cello
Pramantha Tagore - sarod
Having seen T.A.M. perform live twice before, this will no doubt be a very beautiful, very moving and high-quality concert. To be held at the wonderful Deakin Edge, at Fed Square, it is an opportunity to come together with other caring Australians and enjoy a heart-warming afternoon of classical music, knowing that 100% of the ticket price will directly support our fellow Aussies, and precious wildlife, who are doing it so very tough. It's certainly been added to my diary.