Latest Past Events

Armadale Arts Festival Community Choir Performance

Armadale District Hall Corner of Jull Street and Church Avenue, Armadale

Come and help us celebrate the hugely rewarding work of our own local community through this choral performance. As the finale event of the Armadale Arts Festival, it will not only be a great representation of who we are and what we can achieve as a community, but it will also be lovingly facilitated by this years Festival Artist, Bree Hartley.
The choir is a representation of the power of music in bringing a group together - a group that is a microcosm our of our wider Armadale community with everyone coming together to make meaningful connections while making beautiful music!

The choir participants have spent three weeks rehearsing five songs for this performance. Additionally other community members will also be invited to perform, creating a vibrant and meaningful audience experience.


Armadale Arts Festival Community Choir Rehearsals

Join us for a community choir experience - where we spend three weeks rehearsing approximately five songs. These songs will be easy to learn in the time we have, but with enough challenge that experienced singers will also enjoy the journey. We will be working toward a final public performance on Sunday 15th May at the Armadale District Hall - this might seem daunting, but don't worry as the focus is on the process, which will ensure the group is ready for this!

Run by this year's Festival Artist Bree Hartley, this choir is about the community coming together. It is hoped that choir members will come from all parts of our local community so we have a choir that truly represents who we are.

This is an accessible and inclusive event and we encourage everyone to come a join in the fun! Find out more information at


Come and Play

Kelmscott Hall & Grounds Kelmscott Hall 60 River Road, Kelmscott

Haven't played your instrument for a while? Dust off those cobwebs and join the award winning Armadale City Concert Band for an afternoon of music making.
We invite community members to come along and play their concert band instruments with us, including woodwind, brass, string bass and percussion.

The music will be engaging without being too difficult to play, to ensure those who haven’t played for a while can also join in.