We get out and perform, and
sometimes a brave soul risks
taking a photo.
|This year started with some
dreadful bushfires in the Hills, and in February, A Kappella
Munda joined with many other artists to raise funds for the people
affected by the fires.
The venue was the Marloo Theatre (we're not saying the theatre is small, but we did our warm-up outside in the car park under a street light) .
May saw A Kappella Munda go on tour with another Kalamunda musical group - the Black Chooks. We teamed up with three other groups from Denmark - Eklektika, Sound Bites & Firedel, to put on a show called Bibbulmun Airs.
and at the end of the evening AKM and Eklektika joined the Black Chooks for a Huge Finale as they played and we sang Adio Kerida and then Milo Mou Kokkino.
The Steiner School rammed earth hall was a brilliant venue, and we all had a great time!
June sees A Kappella Munda's Birthday come around again. This was our twentieth birthday. What sort of a theme fits? What about the roaring Twenties?
Heavily armed gangsters...
Flappers and Mobsters
the whole crew did the group photo
and there was a notable cake
Moving on to July and there was an Aboriginal Arts Festival in Kalamunda the Makuru Festival and AKM got asked to sing
on a small stage...
and we joined the rest of the musicians on stage to support the dancers
on the big stage.
October came very quickly and A Kappella Munda sang on the Zig Zag Festival main stage.
We did Singing and clapping and stuff.
and we got to play with the Black Chooks again!
Liz Rivett singing lead vocals with the Chooks
ZZ FestivalPhotos by Dragangaor Creative (Gillian Berry) used with permission
November was the next road trip: this time to Dunsborough for the Song fest
In the Catholic Church
(still from Video)
Carols in the airport is always interesting
People from Australia smile and sometime clap; people from overseas look bemused and sometimes don't know how to react.
Always nice to see the flying kangaroo out the window
Digby took on the seasonal chime
Pull the other one, it's got bells on...
2014 was fun!
We gratefully acknowledge the support provided by the Shire of Kalamunda , which has made this website possible.
Refreshed 27 April 2016 MC