Music lovers from across the state gathered at Burke and Wills Winery to hear performances by top artists including The Beez, Paul Wookey and Philomena Carroll,Martin Pearson and Kavisha Mazzella and Andy White.KATE HICKS March 13, 2014 12:00pm
There will be entertainment all through March at Mia Mia’s Burke and Wills winery.
People arrived on the weekend from throughout the state to relax and enjoy this casual affair in the garden of the winery on the Burke and Wills Track.
There is more to come during the next two weekends with the annual Peter Russell-Clarke wine dinner on Saturday.
Mr Russell-Clarke will present a four-course gourmet dinner accompanied by eight wines and provide some of his quirky views.
On Sunday, there is a lunch and concert with one of America’s greatest exponents of delta blues guitar, Stefan Grossman, who learned from the greats and has played with Eric Clapton, Paul Simon, Bert Jansch and John Renbourn.
He makes it look easy while he plays some of the most difficult pieces.
On March 22 at 4pm there’s classic ’60s folk and bluegrass when Suzette Herft will present her fabulous show Shining
On March 23,
at 12.30pm, there is lunch and a show with the Peter Rowan Bluegrass Trio.
For information about these events you can check the program and prices at www.wineandmusic.com.au, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 5425
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