Ahead of his performance at ANAM, join James Crabb as he discusses what makes a well-balanced and rounded musician. Drawing and reflecting on his own experiences the Scottish-born accordion player will discuss the vital role of music education, and why he thinks developing a myriad of skills and interests as a performer is essential for the next generation of Australian musicians.
DURATION: APPROX. 1 HOUR (NO INTERVAL)
This event is free for ANAMates Members (bookings required)
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Photo by Christoffer Askman