Bunbury is a welcoming and encouraging home for the artists that abound in our region, and the inclusion of a cappella group The Idea of North at the Bunbury museum is only reinforcing that.
The Idea of North is a band with 11 albums, some of them having won awards, and will be performing at the rejuvenated museum early in June.
"The acoustics inside the restored museum building will make this a spine-tingling event not to be missed and we're really delighted to have been chosen for this rare opportunity to host The Idea of North," said museum curator Lauretta Davies in a 13 May media release.
The Idea of North is currently touring to promote their new album, entitled Ballads, and will be making the most of this stopover in Bunbury. They're the second musical act to perform at the museum this year, with Riley Pearce and Third Time Round playing in January.
This could represent a new focus for the city council, and people on the fence about moving to the city may well be convinced of buying real estate in Bunbury now.
For anyone who has experienced live music in the past, they will understand the importance of getting out and listening to the real thing live on stage. Especially in an acoustic-filled room such as the museum.
"[The Idea of North's] latest album features cool jazz and ballads which make for a memorable concert in the intimate spaces of the museum's former classrooms," noted Ms Davies.
"Only a limited number of seats are being made available to ensure that everyone has a good view and can thoroughly enjoy this one-off concert."
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