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Miguel's 50th Birthday A Cappella concert - Friday February 19th at the Gaelic Club

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  • Miguel Heatwole
    Hello! Some of you may have already received an email about this event - which is a concert to celebrate my 50th birthday. I m sending you this because some
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      Hello!



      Some of you may have already received an email about this event - which is a
      concert to celebrate my 50th birthday. I'm sending you this because some
      folk I met had thought that it was a private function and I wanted to clear
      up any possible confusion. It is a public event and anyone may come.



      I also now have a clearer idea of who will be performing in the concert, and
      want to share that.



      I'd be very grateful if you would be able to circulate the information among
      your networks!



      yours in harmony,



      Miguel Heatwole

      ......................



      *Mig Music*

      a Greens benefit
      entry by donation



      The Gaelic Club - 64 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills



      Friday 19th February - 8pm







      After Politics In The Pub a unique concert of vocal music interspersed with
      festive socialising will see out the rest of the evening at the Gaelic Club.
      Sydney singer and composer, Miguel Heatwole, has collected his choirs, vocal
      ensembles and bands together to give an exciting retrospect of the music
      he's been making during fifty years on earth. Involving dozens of singers it
      will be the first time many of them have met, and there will also be some
      interesting and beautiful pieces premiered.



      Miguel is a leftist as well as a musician and entry is by foldable donation
      [no coins please] which will given to the NSW Greens.





      The performers:



      Vox Humana - Andsome Friends

      a trio-reunion of a sparkling group from the 1990s joins a recent ensemble
      recording Miguel�s originals.



      Duets, solos and small groups

      Belinda Bennet, Greg Bull, Terry Clinton, Pru Daniel, Steve MacDonald, Rose
      MacDonald, Penny Rankin-Smith, John Ross and Rhiannon Saxon



      Solidarity Choir

      an icon of the Sydney left now in its 23rd year



      Ecopella

      Save-The-World Music. We mean harmony to the environment.



      The Shining Wits

      Ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!



      The FB Utes

      Country and Redfern smart-arse songwriters you can dance to!


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