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April 16, 2012

We sung in the vegie gardens

Filed under: Public Events & Performance — cyan6 @ 12:18 am

Jan 2011, Brissies experienced the one of the largest flood in decades, thousands families and houses have been impacted and some of them are still slowly recovering.

Music in the garden, presented by BCC in association with Brisbane Garden Recovery, is a series of small boutique concerts held in flood-affected areas around Brisbane. It intend to draw on the healing effects which of music and celebrate renewal through gardening. The week 1 gig was kicked off last Saturday, at a private corner of Yeronga, which is one of the most damaged suburban in the 2011 flood. Helen’s property was about 2 meters under the water – the ground floor and backyard was seriously damaged. Yet with aid from the around the community, and knowledge of permanent culture, Helen’s backyard now turns into a lush and pretty-looking vegie garden.

The 1 hour concert featured Samjjana and Nicolas Ng inspirational music was full of inspiration, love & strength. Following are some of the event highlight.

I will be photographing a few more Music in the Gardens concerts happening around in May & June for BCC.

Please come to join our local gardening expert and some of the Brisbane’s elite world musician for a relaxing Sunday afternoon :)

Sunday 13 May@Orleigh Park, West End

Sunday 3 June@Rocks Riverside Park

Sunday 10 June@Sherwood Arboretum

concerts will be held 2-4pm


1 Comment »

  1. It was a great way to celebrate all the hard work that we have all lived through. My neighbour mentioned that he felt rather refreshed and uplifted from the experience.

    Comment by helen — April 17, 2012 @ 10:28 am

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