Indigenous story-telling and didgeridoo with Ron Murray for Reconciliation Week 25th May
Come and enjoy a beautiful evening at Leanganook (Mt Alexander) for the start of Reconciliation week with Ron Murray. Story-telling and didgeridoo music will be the essence of the evening, under the stars around a cozy and warm campfire. A light snack will be provided (cake and tea), gluten free and vegan option available.
Ron Murray is a Wamba Wamba man (Swan Hill area) living at Yapeen, near Castlemaine, in central Victoria on Jaara country. He is a cultural educator, storyteller, musician, didgeridoo maker and wood sculptor.
Ron has an international reputation as a didgeridoo soloist, having performed widely in Australia, and also in New York, Jordon, Canada and New Zealand. He also performs as part of the Celtic-Indigenous fusion duo, Kinja, with fiddler/vocalist Sarah James.
Please bring your own chairs, blankets, torches, and mugs and don’t forget to bring your clients sign up form available on our website at mirawara.org. This event is made possible through Pick My Project and tickets are limited so please make sure that you can commit to the date or let us know in advance if you cannot attend so that we can give tickets to other people. Event will start at 6pm until 9pm at Leanganook camping area on Mt Alexander.
bookings available at: www.eventbrite.com.au/o/mirawara-14769924778
Looking forward to meeting you on the day!