NSW - Songwriters in the Round at Estonian House

Canadian musician, Jane Siberry, will be touring Australia in February 2019. Join us on Friday February 15 at Estonian House Sydney for a special concert focused on songwriting. Jane will be joined by Sydney-based performers Paul Andrews, Tanya Sparke, Max Sharam and Mark Mordue.

APRA AMCOS members can grab discounted tickets for $30 - please register by emailing Annie Talve at annietalve@projectsisu.com with member name and number of tickets desired.

Under 18s and Elders (70+) FREE - please register by emailing Annie Talve at annietalve@projectsisu.com with name and number of tickets desired.

Non-members $40 - available online at https://www.trybooking.com/YYFY Estonian House is at 141-143 Campbell Street, Surry Hills.

Jane’s award winning songs have been covered by numerous artists, including k.d. lang with her stunning renditions of Love is Everything and the 23rd Psalm-inspired The Valley. She is recognized as a forward-thinking artist, using her creativity both in song and in how she operates in the music business. She was one of the first to set up ‘self-determined transactions’ (pwyw). She continues to explore ways to live healthily as an artist.

She is touring globally (USA, Canada, UK, Europe, Scandinavia, Japan, Australasia) until June 2019, and for her final Sydney show is hosting/moderating an event with some of Sydney's best loved creators/writers/songwriters 'in the round'.

The format for the event is very well suited to singer/songwriters - part masterclass/part concert, each artist performs an original work before being interviewed by Jane, including a moderated Q&A with the audience as the evening progresses. Singer/songwriters interested in process and inspiration, how to build a song or create the perfect hook would find this an inspiring event to participate in.


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