Therere not a choir - theyre a force of nature!
Melbourne presents as part of the New Hamer Hall Opening Season Raising the Roof Sing, stomp and clap in a grand scale music making celebration for all ages Hosted by Julia Zemiro Featuring The Bombay Royale Vocal and instrumental ensembles from across Victoria celebrate the New Hamer Hall through musical collaboration. Chao Feng Chinese Orchestra * Drum Nation * Kew Band * La Voce Della Luna – Italian Women’s Choir * MASSIVE Hip Hop Choir * Melbourne Mass Gospel Choir * Melbourne Ukulele Kollective * Mesopotamia * SKIN Choir * plus hundreds of community singers from across Regional Victoria. Raising the Roof will take place in Hamer Hall which for 30 years has been the venue for extraordinary performances by the world’s finest professional ensembles. Meanwhile, in Victoria’s backyard, countless communities regularly come together to make music in halls, homes, festivals, places of worship, weddings, parties, anything.
30 Sep 2012 Venue
Hamer Hall Price Range $28.50 - $37
Book Now Raising the Roof Event Information Send to a friend Bookmark and Share Date & Time Sunday 30 September – Raising the Roof concert 1.30pm FREE foyer activities 3pm ticketed concert
Duration: Ticketed Concert 2 hours Pricing
$28.50 - $37 Ages 6+
*All kids must be accompanied by an adult. All adults must have a ticket. Booking
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