Music in May
Enjoy a variety of FREE performances across Moonee Valley in May!
With the cooler Autumn weather fast approaching, there is no better time to get indoors and enjoy some beautiful and a diverse range of music from talented local performers.
With performances from much-loved Moonee Valley Brass and Moonee Valley Community choir, through to local pianist Mitchell Geddes and violinist Roy Theaker, there truly is something for everyone to enjoy throughout May.
A performing arts recovery project as part of Recast 2021, supported by the Victorian Government through the Working for Victoria program.
Thursday, 6 May at 10am – Niddrie Library
Friday, 14 May at 10.30am – Avondale Heights Library
Tuesday, 18 May at 1pm – Sam Merrifield Library
Tuesday, 18 May at 3pm – Clocktower Centre Children’s Space
Join international children’s entertainers Anthony, Lauren & the Story Surprise band for a morning of music, dancing and stories.
Saturday, 8 May at 9pm
The quintet will explore and interpret a beloved selection of chansons françaises and jazz standards on this Autumn moody-after dark music session from Serge Gainsbourg’s La Javanaise to Paul Misraki’s L’étang to You Go to My Head by J. Fred Coots.
Saturday, 29 May at 3pm
Witness silent films coming to life with Sounds of Silent. This Melbourne-based five-piece ensemble recreates the silent movie experience from the ’20s & ’30s with improvised performances featuring fun, familiar and popular music in the style of the period.
Saturday, 29 May at 4.30pm
In the intimate setting of the Clocktower Centre Café, basked with the magical sunset in the background, the trio will narrate songs of chanson française, bossa and jazz standards, melancholy and bright, as a bittersweet farewell to the autumn season and a welcome to the winter days.