Sunday 5 June 2016

Report on Music @ Morisset by Pete Cahill

 @ Morisset report & photos by Pete Cahill    

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From the Friday night's welcoming cup of the now famous Graham Dalgleish's roadkill vegetable soup to the singing of Charlie Mopps at our farewell concert, Music @ Morisset for the BMC has been a resounding success.

We had friends from Far North Queensland to South Australia and all over NSW come to this event ... musicians and families enjoying the weekend with the weather cool but fine.

The many workshops presented by the best of musicians from our tradition were well supported and friendship and laughter was the order of the day.

To our organising sub-committee, our Workshop presenters, the Morisset Showground Trust, the local Rural Fire Service and the helpers who jumped in to make this a memorable weekend, THANK YOU all.

I feel confident that approval for a M@M (2) will be given by BMC so keep a lookout for news of this. To those who were unable to be with us this time, I hope the next will fit in your calendar for 2017.



In conclusion I would like to mention just one name in this report.
Graham Dalgliesh is a friend of the folk community and of mine and from us all I would like to thank him for pulling this together logistically. He was made an honourable member of the BMC for the weekend and for those who met Graham and saw his quiet presence assisting the smooth running of our event I would like to thank him, it would not have been the same.
For myself, a memorable and enlightening experience. THANK You










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