Pro­grams help young mu­sos

Ovens & Murray Advertiser - - NEWS -

TAL­ENTED young mu­si­cians have re­cently ben­e­fit­ted from a work­shop with Mel­bourne-based vo­cal per­for­mance men­tor Vicki Rous­sel in Beech­worth.

Rous­sel men­tored nine emerg­ing lo­cal artists over two days in­clud­ing tal­ented Beech­worth duo Asha Bright and Indi Walker-Stelling.

Each year Indigo Coun­cil of­fers its first and sec­ond place get­ters from the shire’s Bat­tle of the Bands an op­por­tu­nity to record some of their songs with ex­pe­ri­enced sound en­gi­neers.

Last week­end Asha and Indi, who go by the name The In­ner Vi­sion, had the chance to record some of their amaz­ing orig­i­nal songs as part of our FReeZa emerg­ing artist pro­gram.

If you’re a young singer song­writer or mu­si­cian liv­ing in Indigo Shire you are in­vited to be part of the FReeZa pro­gram and any as­so­ci­ated work­shops and live per­for­mances.

All work­shops are free and open to all lev­els of abil­ity, from be­gin­ners to more es­tab­lished artists.

Contact Indigo Shire youth of­fi­cer Sal Kim­ber on 0422373542 or­ber@in­ to get in­volved.

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