Graham is a singer, songwriter, guitarist and performer since childhood, and uses his long association and intimate knowledge of folklore to deliver powerful interpretations of Australian, Celtic, British and contemporary Folk Songs. He has a Master of Arts in Australian Folklore and takes audiences on entertaining tours of 19th and early 20th century Australian song.
The VFMC has a family bush dance on the first Saturday of each month (excluding January). Dances are called so these events are suitable for all ages. A different band is featured each month and everyone is welcome.
This dance will be conducted on-line via Zoom. Dances have been chosen or adapted to suit couples or single participants in their own home.
Please provide your own supper at home and stay safe from Covid19.
The goals of the VFMC are:
to preserve, research and popularise our Australian Folklore Heritage of traditional songs, music, poetry, prose and dance.
to encourage the creation of contemporary songs, music, poetry, prose and dance in the traditional style.
to maintain forums where singers, musicians, reciters, dancers and interested organisations may exchange information,
receive help and guidance for the understanding and promotion of Australian Folklore.
Corona Virus Arrangements
Due to the Covid-19 virus, all our public events will be conducted on-line via Zoom
until further notice.
The VFMC is conducting on-line music sessions at 7.30 pm on Tuesday
evenings (since 7th April).
These are proving very popular. If you require further
information, please contact
Don, the sessions convenor
To support our performers during this difficult time,
and for the benefit of our loyal audiences,
VFMC will continue the monthly concerts on-line.
Please monitor this web site for details as they become available.
From Saturday 1st August, at 7.30 pm,
VFMC will be conducting on-line bush dance sessions using Zoom.
Jane, the dance