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PO Box 382
Dulwich Hill,

Blindman's Holiday

BMH thrill with their close harmonies and tight percussion. Their love of tribal, choral, exotic and dance music has led to an astoundingly varied repertoire which, for want of a better word, is usually classed as world music. This internationally acclaimed group were "doing a cappella in 1986 before the rush" according to Bernard Zuel from the Sydney Morning Herald and have been described as "weaving a unity of extraordinary harmony from a world of diversity"(Drum Media). Since 1985, BMH have toured extensively throughout Australia and Europe, performing in venues from the New Morning Jazz Club in Paris and the Melkweg in Amsterdam to the Sydney Opera House. Chosen to represent Australia as official performers at the South Pacific Forum for Heads of State they visited the tiny island of Nauru in 1993. Members of BMH are conducting the Sweet Tonic workshop residency and performing concerts at Campbelltown Arts Centre in partnership with Musica Viva. It's part of an exciting research project into the health and other benefits of singing for the elderly.


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