Regrettably we have had to cancel the 2021 Tyalgum Music Festival due to the current Covid restrictions.
Obviously this is a great disappointment to both our musicians and supporters.
Ticket holders have been refunded but as the program remains the same for 2022, tickets for next year’s festival are available now!
We do hope to see you in 2022 for a celebration of our 30th anniversary. Until then, stay well.
A FEAST OF AMAZING ARTISTS AND MUSICAL FLAVOURS
Thirty years ago Carmel Kaine invited me to play in a performance of the Schubert Octet for an evening concert she was hostng at her home on Bald Mountain. This performance, which we played to an informed and appreciatve audience, proved to be the catalyst for what was to become the Tyalgum Music Festval. To have played in the first of what is now widely regarded as one of Australia’s finest music festvals was a career highlight for me, and I am now honoured to serve as its Artistic Director for 2021-2022.
This year’s program will present a feast of amazing artists and musical flavours, including a repeat of the Schubert Octet from that very first program; performances from some of our youngest and brightest stars in a chamber music showcase, and an evening of Cabaret to spice up your Saturday night.
It will be my pleasure to welcome you all to the 2022 Tyalgum Music Festval, a celebraton of our shared love of music and the arts. ---- Peter Luff
The Limpinwood Ensemble will perform at the 2022 Tyalgum Music Festival
TYALGUM VILLAGE IS THE HEART OF AUSTRALIA'S GREEN CALDERA
and offers a variety of dining and accommodation options. Tyalgum is an easy day trip from Brisbane or if you're coming from farther away, Gold Coast Airport is less than an hour's drive. For more information, click the link below.
MUSIC AROUND EVERY CORNER
Whether you can support the Tyalgum Music Festival through a donation of time or talent, or through a tax-deductible donation, or by sponsoring an artist or performance, your generosity and contribution is greatly appreciated.
The Tyalgum Music Festival is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.