Play It Forward & Latrobe Valley Community Choir present HAND IN HAND

Published by: CarolineK | 12-Mar-2019
Play It Forward' is honoured to be supporting the Latrobe Valley Community Choir to help deliver this wonderful project to help commemorate the Delburn and Black Saturday fires in Latrobe Valley in 2009 with workshops leading to a special 'Hand in Hand' concert on Sat March 30 at Moe Town Hall at 3pm. There are two fabulous ways to be involved. You can JOIN us singing by attending workshops over the next three Saturdays or HEAR us sing at our concert on Saturday 30th March. @lvcchoir @playitforwardoz
Venue: St Michael's School Hall
Address: 37 - 57 Church Street, Traralgon
Date: Rehearsals are on Saturday the 16th, 23rd & 30th March in Traralgon. Concert is on Saturday 30th March in Moe.
Time: Rehearsals are 11am to 4pm. Concert is on 3pm to 5pm.
Ticket: Registration for workshops is $30. Tickets for concert are $10 adults. Students and children U18 Free entry.
Buy / Ticket: Workshop registration from
Call: 0427 955 009
CALLING ALL LATROBE VALLEY SINGERS, please join us If you are interesting in singing with the youth, men's, women's and massed choruses at the HAND IN HAND concert, workshops will be held on Saturday the 16th, 23rd and 30th March between 11am - 4pm in Traralgon, conducted by Dr Jonathon Welch AM.

To register to attend the workshops please visit or for more information contact Tineke on 0427 955 009 or Registration is $30 which includes rehearsals, performance and music.

You can also COME TO HEAR US SING on Saturday 30th March from 3pm to 5pm at Moe Town Hall, 69 Albert Street, Moe

Tickets for Adults are $10, Students and Children U18 Free entry, but please note that tickets are required. Book at Latrobe Performing Arts Centre on 03 5176 3333 or or purchase at door.

Help us to celebrate & commemorate the courage, bravery & resilience of those who experienced the Delburn and Black Saturday bushfires in the Latrobe Valley in 2009.

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