Adelaide FringeThursday 16th March 7:30pmBridgewater Arts Centre 407 Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater SA. “Lilting folk tunes overlaid with sprightly Kora (West African harp) playful strings and dreamy harmonies as though Joni Mitchell and Paul Simon had convened in a Bamako back street.“ – The Guardian December 2021 Miriam Lieberman’s music, accompanied by Lara Goodridge on vioin, presents themes of love for the natural world, stories of transformation, motherhood, love, loss and the power of imagination. The music is coloured by Miriam’s transformational time studying in Latin America & West Africa that have left an imprint on her musical style though contemporary in its tone. Featuring feathery-soft strings that evoke hauntingly beautiful memories, Miriam’s music is a mesmerising ride that vibes Kate Bush, but also sounds completely modern – if you’re not swaying are you even listening? Not since Deborah Conway crooned “it’s only the beginning” has an Australian singer madeRead more…Miriam Liebermann with Lara Goodridge – Thurs 16th March, 7:30pm
April 14th (Sunday) Ordinary Elephant
Don’t miss this couple! They are International Folk Music Awards 2017 Artist of the Year with a host of other awards and are currently touring Australia. Bridgewater Arts Centre – Sunday 14th April 3-5pm Bridgewater Uniting Church – 407 Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater, South Australia 5155
April 6th, 2019 Nice Verdes and Subtle Bricks
A different format for this night – a lively band and a comedy theatre company. Indie World Troubadours- performing and Travelling together since 2003. Drawing from the sounds of Cuba, Africa, Colombia and more to create their own style of Rootsy Highlife.They have performed in Australia, Canada, Colombia,New Zealand, Europe and Guatemala. Having released three albums, Succulence’ in 2008, ‘Brontosaurus in 2014 and ‘ Bouquet of birds’ in 2016 and are set to release their 4th this year. The music of Nice Verdes is uplifting and sunny, with combinations of Cuban Tres, accordions, guitar, harmonica and vocal harmonies. They have always been drawn to collaborating with artists from all countries and they enjoy most of all the parties and festivals that celebrate a strong sense of community and equality in diversity.