Date:Sunday matinee
28th April 2019
Time: 2pm
Tickets: $25 - book online or at the door from 1.30pm
Venue: Wauchope Community Arts Hall
Duration:approx 2 hrs
Support Act: n/a
Catering wine/beer/soft drinks, tea/coffee/cake + choctops
This show is going to be magical.
Two of Australia's most adventurous classical musicians, Simone Slattery (violin) and Anthony Albrecht (cello), are touring NSW in April/May performing their beautiful multimedia show, Where Song Began.
Based on Tim Low's bestselling book, this performance tells the story of the evolution of song, featuring music spanning 300 years, stunning visual projections and an immersive soundscape.
The experience has been described as "like being sung to by the country".

For more about Where Song Began show go to For more about Tim Low's book go to For latest gig info go to the Wauchope Arts Facebook page.


Date:Friday May 3, 2019
Time: 7pm
Tickets: $25;$20 members
Venue: Wauchope Community Arts Hall, Oxley Lane (opp Bain Park)
Duration:2-2.5 hrs including interval
Support Act: -
Catering wine/beer/softies, tea/coffee/cake, Baba Lila chocs and choctops
Chaika's spellbinding sound encompasses ethereal harmonies and a myriad of instruments.
Branded as "Nomadic Folk-Jazz", we are thrilled to welcome Chaika back to the Wauchope Arts stage as they embark on a launch tour for their new album Arrow.
Equally at home at venues from roots and folk festivals to the world's best recital halls, Chaika are decidedly "outside the norm", traversing age, era and culture with their enchanting performances.
Tickets will sell quickly, so buy online and/or get there when doors open at 6.30pm (note earlier time)!

For more see Wauchope Arts Facebook page and


Date:Fri 17 May, 2019
Time: 8pm
Tickets: $25;$20 members - book online or at door from 7.30pm
Venue: Wauchope Community Arts Hall
(Oxley Lane, opp Bain Park)
Duration:approx 2 hrs incl interval
Support Act: Holly Arrowsmith (NZ)
Local support: Rachel and Gus
Catering wine/beer (no BYO), tea/coffee/cake, choc tops
The Melbourne-based Rigby sisters, aka The Maes, have become Wauchope Arts favourites.
Maggie (banjo, ukulele, guitar, vocals) and Elsie (violin, ukulele, vocals) offer a unique and contemporary twist on folk music, having grown up on a diet of singing, music camps and festivals.
Their Take Care Take Cover album won Best Folk or Roots Album at The Age Music Victoria Awards back in 2017. Since then the girls' powerful, soaring vocals and impressive instrumental skills have continued to garner the attention of festival producers, critics and audiences in Australia, North America and Ireland.
Local Support: Rachel and Gus
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