SoundStruck has been invited to perform at the Flying Pepper Cafe & Restaurant at Rochedale to raise funds for recent tragedies in Tonga and Cambodia. We’re going to perform our signature bucket jams, choreographed drumming pieces and paint drumming! This concert will also showcase a bit of Lachlan’s handpan music! We’re very glad to be adding some new sounds to SoundStruck and will be taking up a bit of auxiliary percussion to add to the mellow sounds of the handpan.
The event is organised by a good friend Sophie Min, a fantastic pianist who will also be performing on the night alongside Kayleigh Pincott. Kayleigh is the winner of the 2016 Generations In Jazz Vocal Scolarship Award. The Flying Pepper Cafe & Restaurant has kindly donated the venue to the cause to support people in Tonga and Cambodia who have been affected by earthquakes and natural disasters.
It’s going to be a fantastic event so come along to enjoy some amazing food and great free entertainment!
Check out the event below and come along!