Surrey Hills Music Festival 2012

Surrey Hills Music Festival 2012

Surrey Hills Music Festival 2012

Taking place in the leafy eastern suburb of Surrey Hills, the music festival of the same name turned on a dry day for the first time in three years, as bands, choirs, soloists, junior bands and entertainers delivered a great day of community music.

Supported by the City of Boroondara, Surrey Hills Neighbourhood Centre, Bendigo Bank, New Litho and Metro, the Surrey Hills Music Festival is a brilliant, local, not-for-profit event run by a young executive organising group and an enthusiastic committee of volunteers.

All photos are available for purchase (free of watermark), via the buy links beneath each photo in the gallery. Print prices start at only $5.00 (4″x6″), with download prices from as little as $2.50 per picture (100+ quantity). Artists will receive a selection of complimentary photos from the organising committee.

Best Of

A selection of the best photos from throughout the festival


Melbourne Accordion Orchestra

A unique performance of light classical, through to popular music


Stereoking

13-14 years old and winners of two Battle of the Bands competitions, Stereoking play covers and original rock.

Honestly, one of the picks of the day


The Jam Tarts Trio

A funky, dazzling feminine trio who bring a unique and colourful flavour to funky love songs from the 50s, 60s & 70s


Broken Strings

Fabulously creative and harmonic sounding young rock band made up of Grade 6 boys


Dave Diprose

Original and traditional material that digs deep into the roots of early Mississippi and Appalachia


Funksmith

Inspired by funk and soul from the 60s and 70s, this tight youth ensemble gives a high energy performance.

Probably the standout of the day, incredible musicians fronted by an amazing young vocalist.


Lachlan Duthie

An energetic and powerful performance of guitar driven and foot stomping music

When We Were Small

Fantastic and fresh sounding indie band


High Voltage Rock School

This workshop showcased some of the High Voltage Rock School’s bands, with an opportunity to join in for all newcomers


Emma Kelly

Local singer/songwriter presenting original contemporary folk compositions


Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club

This famous and dynamic orchestra is the master of high energy massed fiddle entertainment


Gabriel Lynch

Bona fide troubadour, Gabriel Lynch weaves stories of hope and redemption into a repertoire of songs that have seen him redefine the meaning of the term “singer songwriter”


Afterburner

All your favourite hits from the past, with band members from Men at Work and Little Heroes


Men In Suits

Mixture of Georgian lullabies and nonsensical fun from exceptionally well dressed men


Majellan Singers

Presenting a variety of engaging songs for female voice from folk, madrigal and sacred spirituals


Open Mic

Does what it says on the tin. 


The Narrow Road

Fly to ecstatic highs with infectious melodies and rambunctious alt-rock, pop and punk


ReChoired

Celebrating life through an eclectic range of music


All descriptions taken from the official program, available to download in full here

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