Concert: 7:30pm sharp - After party: 10:00pm
Creative Connections: Workshop Series
Registered Music Therapists from Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Australia, will be running a series of workshops aimed at educating carers and heath care professionals on the benefits of music. After attending the relevant workshop, participants will be armed with tools and techniques that can be used on a daily basis to help improve the quality of life of those with whom you are responsible for.
Workshop 1: Creative Connections for adults with physical and/or intellectual disabilities
It is generally known that music can promote self expression improve mood and assist in personal well being overall
Patrons enjoyed a delicious afternoon at Belle Saveur Patisserie Café, Penrith on Sunday 24th March, accompanied by local musician Tony (vocals and keyboard) and Mark (guitar).
The exquisite food provided by Chef Justin and his staff is an art and a delight to the palate which was evidenced by the silence that descended upon the patrons as they critiqued and savored every moment of Easter High Tea.
Thank you to everyone who supported this event. We look forward to bringing you the next High Tea – Winter Warmers in July.
We are pleased to announce the fifth annual Nordoff-Robbins “Frocks at the Trots” proudly supported by Zac Homes, to be held at the Penrith Paceway on Thursday, 4th July 2013. Don't miss out on your ticket to this fun and very important fundraiser - helping Nordoff-Robbins transform lives through music. Early bird tickets are $120 each during May. Group discounts and sponsorship opportunities are available.
Legendary opera diva, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, performed on the stage of the Richard Bonynge Concert Hall of the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre on Friday 15 March, to rapturous applause from a packed audience.
The star performer for a special Gala Benefit Concert, the event was a sell-out, with all funds raised going to towards Penrith Performing & Visual Arts (PP&VA) & Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Australia to to extend their work providing music for disadvantaged children, people with special needs, early intervention and aged care programs.
After her performance Dame Kiri was escorted out to the foyer to be introduced