There are few better ways to welcome spring and the warmer weather it brings than heading outdoors to enjoy a spot of live music.
As residents of property in Bentleigh will know well, there is always plenty going on in the community's social and entertainment scene. Throughout the months of October and November, Glen Eira will play host to Springtime Music 2015, an eclectic range of musical performances held in various places around the region.
The festivities begin on 4 October, when Michael MacManus will demonstrate his prowess on the classical guitar at Halley Park in Bentleigh.
Performances in the following weeks will touch on a multitude of genres, spanning from a capella choirs, Brazilian bossa nova and gypsy dance to Japanese drum ensembles and beyond. The shows will be held in some of the area's top green spots, such as Gardenvale Park, Murrumbeena Reserve, Caulfield Park and Marlborough Street Reserve.
The eight-week music festival will finally draw to a close on 22 November, when gypsy jazz ensemble Nostalgique will bring tastes of Eastern Europe and America and Argentina to Harleston Park in Elsternwick. With such a diverse programme, there is sure to be something to suit every taste.
All performances on all dates start at 2:30 p.m. and run for two hours. Gather your friends and family and don't miss out on an enjoyable afternoon of live international music!
Events such as Springtime Music 2015 showcase not only the great social vibes to be found in Bentleigh, but also its great natural amenities, such as the parks and gardens hosting the shows. To find out more about the latest property updates in this lively area, get in touch with Matt Hurlston and the team at Ray White Carnegie today.