Photo Credit: Manifeasto Photography Attendance: 2017, 2018 & 2019 We are grateful to the Wiradjuri Dance Troupe, for their contribution of Welcome to Country through dance over the past number of years at the Winter Solstice. The Troupe performs at a number of events throughout the Albury Wodonga region.
We are blessed in Albury to have such an outspoken yet sincere local priest. Father Peter has been in attendance of the Solstice since its inception, and opens every year with a prayer. We always feel Father Peter brings if not an air of holiness to our Solstice, at least just a little slice of […]
Photo Credit: @ManifeastoPhotography The Scots Pipe Band helps to signal the opening of the Winter Solstice every year. We are grateful to the Scots school for their ongoing participation, to the performances of the Scots Dance troupe in 2015 and 2017.
Photo Credit: Manifeasto Photography We are grateful to the Scots School for their students’ participation in the Winter Solstice, and to the ongoing performances of the Scots Pipe band to open the event every year. See Our Winter Solstice Welcome section for more information on the Scots Pipe Band.
Photo Credit: Manifeasto Photography The World Voices Choir is part of the Albury Wodonga Theatre Company, an entirely volunteer run organisation promoting involvement in and development of the performing arts in the local region. The World Voices Choir is made of talented local voices, young and old.
Photo Credit: Manifeasto Photography Dinawan’s Connection is a cultural group from Wiradjuri country, who offer interactive and entertaining learning experiences that are all tailored to suit specific audiences. This includes performances, workshops, mentoring and cultural education. They have performed at Dance Rites in the Sydney Opera House Forecourt, at Penrith Panthers NRL matches hosted in […]