Grow the Music first met Neil Murray in Wallaga Lake Koori Village working on language retrieval with the Yuin people for South East Arts NSW.
Grow the Music spent 4 long weeks preparing for the concert held on the community grounds at the Wallaga Lake Koori village.
Neil Murray headlined the concert with songs from his new album and featured with local artists and bands, including upcoming artist Gabadoo who performed for the first time. Listen to Gabadoo now.
The surrounding communities of Bermagui and Narooma came out in their hundreds to show support and interest in the community of Wallaga Lake, their rich culture and musical talents. Read more here.
Professional filmmaker Dean Brosche has been part of the GTM Maningrida team and recently Wallaga Lake team, where he has made several short films. We are proud to see his film ‘Mother Mountain Gulaga Mountain’ broadcast to national television.