Due to the ongoing Melbourne lockdown, and subsequent border restrictions, we regret to inform you that this event has been cancelled.
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)
- For details on ANAM's COVID-safe policy and what to expect at this event, CLICK HERE
- If booking an ANAMates ticket, you will be required to present your ANAMates membership card prior to entry on the day of the event.
- If you hold a government issued Companion Card you are eligible for a free ticket for your companion. Please call us on 03 9645 7911 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make your booking.
Photo by Christoffer Askman