Formed in 1982, the Gippsland Acoustic Music Club is a Community organisation which aims to encourage acoustic music in the Gippsland region.
The Club supports both the development of local musicians skills as well as providing concert opportunities.
Acoustic music covers a broad spectrum of music, at the club you will hear at times, everything from folky guitar music to mellow blues, A Cappella singing to jazz or music from other cultures – Celtic, Irish, African, Reggae. Australian ‘home grown’ music is welcome too and local musicians often perform their own compositions.
Concert nights are usually the first Sunday of the Month. This is an opportunity to hear music from local musicians as well as artists from overseas. This is usually held at the Tyers Hall and commences at 7.30pm.
You can join our Vocal Nosh sessions are held most months prior to the club night. They start at 5:30pm and are an hour of community singing.
Our Calendar page has more details of these events.
We hold music camps twice a year – our Winter and Summer Music Camps – which are held at local, easily accessible camps in Gippsland, with costs kept to a minimum. Families are most welcome.
You can become a member of the club for a nominal yearly fee which entitles you to a monthly newsletter and reduced door prices. This membership is available on concert nights or online from the Membership page.
The Music club has Committee meetings every month and an Annual General Meeting.