The Songwriter Sessions @ The Dan
18 May 2016
Join us for our weekly songwriter event at The Daniel O'Connell hotel in North Adelaide this week to hear some incredible musicians and have an opportunity to play a few of your own songs in the open mic section. This week we have performing:
1. Mel Pier
2. Velvet Jeanie
3. David Robinson
It will be a truly great evening of music and you can be a part of it!
Registrations taken from 7pm. Music starts at 8pm. Entry is free.
SCALA Live @ The Wheaty
19 May 2016
SCALA Live @ The Wheaty once again brings you a sensational line up of musicians to perform their original music for your entertainment! On 19th May we bring you a true masterclass in songwriting with performances from award winning songwriters
2. Mary Webb
3. Corey Stewart
As always, we will have a couple of open mic spots available at the start of the evening so if you're keen to try out a couple of songs to an appreciative audience then let the SCALA team know and we'll get you booked in!
Music starts at 8pm. Entry is free for SCALA members and only $5 for non-members.
Welcome to the SCALA Website
SCALA (Songwriters, Composers And Lyricists Association Inc.) is a non profit, voluntary incorporated association which officially formed on 22nd November 1987 in Adelaide, South Australia.
SCALA's objectives are to:
Community and Inclusion
SCALA is committed to promoting equal opportunity in all of our activities and events. We do this in recognition of the principles of equity and in conforming with the spirit and intent of equal opportunity and anti-discrimination legislation.
SCALA is very proud to have recently become a signatory in the 'Racism. It Stops With Me' campaign, being led by the Australian Human Rights Commission and by doing so, joined with some of Australia’s leading businesses, sporting bodies and NGOs.
SCALA has committed to preventing racism by pledging to undertake activities in support of the campaign and you’ll hear more about these in coming weeks.
Research from 2011 shows that one in seven Australians say they experienced discrimination because of their colour or background. This figure that has been increasing steadily in recent years. Research has also shown that 70 percent of people agree that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous people are prejudiced against each other.
For more information about the campaign go to: http://itstopswithme.humanrights.gov.au/
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