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Renowned gospel conductor/composer Tony Backhouse to run A Cappella singing workshop in Mullumbimby

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International choir leader, composer and singer Tony Backhouse will lead an A Cappella singing workshop in Mullumbimby next weekend.
The workshop will be held on January 11 from 1 – 4pm at the Byron Community College in Mullum and does not require any singing or musical experience.
Renowned as the founder of Sydney’s Cafe of the Gate of Salvation choir, Backhouse has been running vocal workshops in Australia and around the world since 1987.
He has been a solo performer at festivals throughout Australia, taught at Summersong Music Camp for 20 years, and his compositions have graced the big screen (Jane Campion’s ’Sweetie’ and Peter Jackson’s ‘Braindead’).
The details of the workshop are as follows:
Saturday, January 11th, 2020 @ Byron Region Community College, behind Post Office in Mullumbimby (air-conditioned)
1 – 4pm; doors open at 12:45
Cash payment only $35 of $30 for Summersong graduates
Info/Media:  Alison Pearl 0428 845 570

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