18th March 2016
From: 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Location: Cooee Art Gallery
Address: 31 Lamrock Ave, Bondi Beach NSW 2026
Come down to Bondi on Friday night the 18th of March to hear songs that will be featured on Miriam's new album as well as some old favourites and get involved in the crowd funding campaign.
Adrian and Anne Newstead have generously donated a work of Indigenous art from their collection to be auctioned toward the campaign on the night.
On show will be the celebrated artist Kitty Napanangka ’s work who is from the central desert in the NT.
Drink will be available by donation.
This is going to be a special community event in a beautiful space in the heart of Bondi.
Event begins at 6pm
Music starts at 6.30pm
To find out more about the pozible campaign head to
To find out more info on the music and the exhibiting artist read below.
Come one and all!
Her songs seamlessly blend African influences with folk infused melodies. In essence they are a collection of stories, beautifully told through strings, powerful lyrics and her emotive voice. Playing kora as well as acoustic guitar, Miriam is joined by exceptional strings players - violinist Lara Goodridge (FourPlay/ Baby et Lulu) and cellist Lara Goodridge as well as cellist Kate Adams. Adding their sublime strings and lush vocal harmonies, there is a chemistry between these musicians and their instruments that melds into a soaring beautiful soundscape.
Miriam’s most recent album 'Birds Of The Moon' (released in November 2014) made Album Of The Week on Radio National, had rave reviews in the Herald, The Age, The Music and The Australian. It was also used in the score for feature film All About E. All this activity propelled the trio onto an extended tour around the country. They have performed at music venues and festivals around the country and have plans to record and release Miriam’s fifth album later this year.
“Lieberman is a robust singer with a sensual yet brittle undertone. Her songs are beautifully melodic, richly textured but can have pointed themes. Simply brilliant" - 4 stars. “ The Age