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Bangalow Music Festival returning in 2021

Lovers of fine music will be pleased to hear that the Bangalow Music Festival is coming back in 2021, after being postponed due to COVID in 2020.

Bangalow Music Festival nominated for award

APRA AMCOS has just announced the nominations for this year's Art Music Awards and the Bangalow Music Festival is a finalist in the category – Award for Excellence in a Regional Area.

Bangalow Music Festival Turns 18

Lovers of fine music had a wonderful treat on the weekend with some of the best players in the world in town for the 18th Bangalow Music Festival, presented by Southern Cross Soloists.

Celebrating 18 years of chamber music in Bangalow

It might be tucked away in our local Bangalow but it is one of those events that shouldn’t be missed...

The hills of Bangalow echo with the sound of music

The soothing and beautiful sounds of classical music drifted over the hills of Bangalow last weekend during the 17th annual Bangalow Music Festival.

Locals’ chance to shine at Bangalow Music Festival

The Bangalow Music Festival, presented by the Southern Cross Soloists, kicks off tonight with a special Prelude featuring local musicians and a community choir.

North coast events score $30K in funding

Every little bit helps: three north coast events will each receive $10,000 of NSW government funding under the 2016 Regional Flagship Events Program.

Bangalow Music Festival sets a high bar

Last weekend saw the 14th anniversary of our wonderful, homegrown chamber music festival and marked 20 years since the Southern Cross Soloists, who present the program, were formed.

Music, sweet music stirs Bangalow

Classical music buffs from the northern rivers and much further afield enjoyed three days of concerts and chamber music by nationally and internationall acclaimed performers during the annual Bangalow Music Festival at the historic A and I Hall.

Bangalow tunes in for classic feast

The heart of Bangalow will come alive with the sounds of music today through till Sunday as the annual Bangalow Music Festival moves into full swing.

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