Tyalgum Dance Spectacular 2018
Saturday 10th November
The Northern Rivers’ Premiere Annual Dance event is here for 2018. Now in it’s 8th year the Tyalgum Dance Spectacular brings you three of Australia’s very best Ballroom, Latin and New Vogue dance couples who will perform an exciting and glittering display of their incredible talent live at Tyalgum Hall. This year we are proud to welcome back 5 times Australian Champion and former ‘Dancing With The Stars’ judge Mark Wilson as host for the evening. This year’s line-up also includes Ballroom dancers Andrew Nolo and Sarlotte Jakse, (Victorian State Champions 2018, Crown International Champions 2018 & Australian Dancesport Championship 2nd place 2017) as well as Australian Championship finalists Rhett & Emma Salmon performing the New Vougue bracket. The show will also feature an exciting Latin American section and guest spot by Operatic Sorprano Petah Chapman. Pre show dinner at Flutterbies Cafe at 6:00pm (NSW time) Doors Open at Tyalgum Hall at 7:30pm for 8:00 start. All enquiries contact 0488 713 241.
The Lyrebird Trio in concert
Sunday 29th April
For information about our waiting list or standing room tickets please call us direct on 0488 713 241.
A special event is coming to Flutterbies Cafe in Tyalgum: The Lyrebird Trio is comprised of Australian musicians Glenn Christensen (violin), Simon Cobcroft (cello) and Angela Turner (piano), all distinguished graduates of the Queensland Conservatorium. The Trio was formed in 2013 and they regularly perform right across Australia with featured concerts at Melbourne Recital Hall, Sydney Opera House among others, they have had recordings and broadcasts on ABC Classic FM, and MBS networks. Outside of the trio, Glenn Christensen is a member of the Australian Chamber Orchestra; Simon Cobcroft is Principal Cello with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, and Angela Turner is a lecturer at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University. For the Flutterbies concert they will be performing the spirited Haydn Gypsy trio, as well as works by Kopetz and Mendelssohn as well as an original work called ‘Of The Sea, The Moon and of You’.