Sing With Festival Statesmen
8 July 2023 | 2:00PM | Salamanca Arts Centre: Long Gallery
Sing with an award-winning, vibrant ensemble!
Join us to sing a range of music styles in four-part harmony alongside Adelaide’s acclaimed Festival Statesmen, led by their Musical Director Jonathan Bligh. No music reading experience is necessary, just come along and have a good supportive sing with both experienced and novice singers side by side.
General Admission – $60
Concession Tickets – $45
Full time secondary and tertiary students, Pension concession card holders, Senior card holders, Companion card holders, Veteran Affairs, TPI and health care card holders, children under 12
*A Booking Fee of $3.00 applies, plus a 2.2% Basket Fee which will be calculated at check-out.
VENUE: Salamanca Arts Centre: The Long Gallery
Getting to the venue:
- The Long Gallery is on Level 2, 77 Salamanca Pl, Battery Point TAS 7004
- 2 accessible parking spaces are available outside ‘The Den’ on Salamanca Place. More accessible parks are located on Salamanca Place in a sectioned-off parking lot opposite the restaurant strip.
Guide Dog / Registered Assistance Animals welcome
Guide Dogs and Service Animal facilities:
- Water bowls will be available at this event upon request.
- The Long Gallery is accessible on Level 2 via the lift located in the Salamanca Arts Centre Courtyard.
- Accessible bathrooms are available on every level of the Salamanca Arts Centre.
Formed in April 2009 by Jonathan Bligh, The Festival Statesmen is a dynamic male voice a cappella group. With repertoire ranging from Contemporary to Classical, the chorus exists to provide a platform for Adelaide singers to achieve vocal and performance excellence.
Image credit: Jack Parker Visuals
Jonathan is currently studying a Master of Music at the Westminster Choir College (Princeton, USA) and has a Bachelor of Music (Elder Conservatorium, Adelaide), Graduate Diploma of Education (University of Adelaide)
and a Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music (London).
Jonathan was Head of Vocal Studies at The Scots College (Sydney) and previously worked as a senior music teacher in the Selective Entry Performing Arts Program at Charles Campbell Secondary School (Adelaide).
In his spare time he enjoys restoring classic cars and naps on the couch.
Image credit: Alex Makeyev
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