Music Lineup

Sunday 22nd September 2019

9:30am to 4:30pm, Bundeena Oval, Liverpool St.

A wide range of talented musicians and entertainers from diverse genres will perform at the 2019 Art Of Living Festival.

9:30am – 9.55am      Bundeena School dance performance
10:00am – 10.25am   ROH Ensemble Choir
10.30am – 10.55am   Accidentally Eric Street: Stella McCann & Conor Phelan
11.00am – 11:25am   Désirée Regina – A morning at the opera
11:25am – 11:35am   Art of Living Festival official opening
11.35pm – 12:35pm   Cloud Bird
12:45pm – 1:45pm   Jackson Carroll
1:50pm – 2:10pm   Belly dancing with Genevieve & Julia 
2:15pm – 3:15pm   KING TIDE
3:15pm – 3:25pm   The BIG Raffle draw
3:25pm – 4:30pm   THE PIGS

Don’t miss The Cheating Hearts on Friday night at Bundeena CSC following the Red Carpet Art Exhibition opening

And Bundeena Ramshackle Orkestra and Community Band at the Saturday evening Twilight concert!


THE PIGS

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Unashamedly hillbilly, outrageously entertaining! The family that plays together, stays together and The Pigs are living proof as they prepare to unleash their first all original album on the world: Hillbilly Synthesiser. With unforgettable song names like ‘Go, Robot Goat’, ‘I’m Never Gonna Be Barry White’, ‘Sterilised! Humidified! Sleep Deprived!’, and ‘While The Moon Rolled Down The Street’, this is their first album release without an ounce of space for a cover.   More


KING TIDE

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Aria award nominees King Tide are Australia’s’ premier original Rock Steady Reggae gut soul band. King Tide have been touring non-stop since the release of the bands third album Roots Pop Reggae released by Vitamin Records July 2009. With appearance’s at festivals as wide and varied as “Sydney Festival Opening Night”, “Womadalaide”, “Ragamuffin festival”, “The Great Escape” and “Peats Ridge Festival”.   More 


Jackson Carroll

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Following on from the release of his emphatic debut release ‘Holy Hell’ earlier in 2019, Sydney’s Jackson Carroll has returned, this time brandishing an unapologetic, compelling new single in ‘How Does It Feel?’. Akin to the likes of Matt Corby, Ollie English and Alexander Burnett, Carroll’s hold on melody and rich depth makes the final result an immersive and emotional piece of music that wraps the listener up instantly. More


Cloud Bird

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Poetry and Folk collide with foot tapping road trip sing a long’s, entwining guitars, harmonies, girl/boy, yin/yang, north/south, land/sea, cloud/ bird
CloudBird are Justine Wahlin, Peter Fenwick and Anthony “Pumps” Haller, three song writers blending their love of rhythm, melody and harmony into a roughly definable form they like to call crash country/blues/folk..or something like that…  More


Accidentally Eric Street:
Stella McCann & Conor Phelan

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Accidentally Eric Street - Conor Phelan and Stella McCann, two high school students who in the midst of growing up are following their passion for music. Playing stripped back covers of some oldies and some newbies, everything from R & B to country.


Désirée Regina – A morning at the opera

Desiree Regina2The award winning Dutch Diva Désirée Regina was born in Van Gogh's home town. At the age of 7 she was already singing her mini arias on the Town Hall steps determined to become a great singer.

She performed professionally as a principal singer with many international companies from Opera Zuid, Cantus Frimus (France) to Opera Holland and the Sydney Opera House. Désirée also toured Europe extensively In the opera Carmen and starred for several years in Andrew Lloyd Webber's official production of Phantom of the Opera. More


ROH Ensemble Choir

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A fun loving choir, enjoying singing a varied repertoire of Renaissance & Medieval Songs and Classical choir songs. More


 

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