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 "Zig Zaggy Stardust" 

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Youth Concert 2017

Presented by Act-Belong-Commit

in Stirk Park Friday 27th October

Forty years ago Ziggy Stardust and Spiders from Mars burst onto the music scene and David Bowie made a lasting impression and left behind some truly memorable songs.

Kalamunda will have a big concert in Stirk Park at the end of October.  The Concert will feature local bands, the Kalamunda Youth Swing Band and the Junkadelic Brass Band.

What could be more appropriate for Kalamunda than to have a Zig Zaggy theme?

Presented by Act-Belong-Commit and supported by Zig Zag Community Arts and Junkadelic, this Concert will be prepared and stage managed by students from the Kalamunda Senior High School as part of their Certificate course.

wide view of the 2015 Festival Finale (c) G Berry
Stirk Park filled with people watching the 2015 Act-Belong-Commit Zig Zag Festival finale

 Zig Zag Community Arts is very pleased to engage in this partnership with Healthway and the Act-Belong-Commit messsage, together with the support of the City of Kalamunda and other local organisations.  This will be something that expands the number of people involved in music performance and production, and in the creation of new art using collaborative practices.  This is the true sense of Community Arts and of the Act-Belong-Commit message.

This concert will be the end product of a long series of creative workshops, and tough rehearsals.   Rather than just  playing covers of other people's music this concert will present original  scores as well as original developments of older tunes. Watch out for Bowie's Bassoonarmy!

Supporting and mentoring the students are Marcus and Michelle Roberts, from Kalamunda Senior High School Music Department, Ken Allen, Dylan Hooper, Marc Osborne, and Leah Van Der Muelen from Junkadelic, with Andrew Greenham and GRT on the production.

This promises to be a memorable experience for everyone from the baby boomers through to the current generation and anyone who's ever sung along to a Bowie tune.

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