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Welcome Messages In my three and half years as Artistic Director of Queensland Music Festival, I have come to realise that at Queensland Music Festival we do something truly extraordinary and unique. We go into communities and engage in a way that no one else does. We want to know your story and we want to know your song. We want to make large scale professional works with, by and for community in a way that truly celebrates the awesomeness of who we are. Tonight feels like an amazing summation of our 20 years of extraordinary community engagement. In Lyndon Terracini’s audacious Bob Cat Dancing in 2003, Queensland Music Festival began a long term love affair with the people of Mount Isa/ Kalkadoon Country and tonight in The Mount Isa Blast, we hope you feel our continued love for you and your wonderful city. A huge heartfelt thanks to our incredible Queensland Music Festival The Mount Isa Blast team led by Kate and Ruby, and to the incredible participants who have dedicated their time, effort and talent to creating this wonderful work. Yours in song,


The story of a place is never richer than when told by those who live and breathe it —the locals who know its quiet streets, its tall tales and its unsung heroes. This program will tell the compelling story of Mount Isa − the traditional land of the Kalkadoon people and a city of tremendous character, with diverse strengths from its rich mineral reserves to its world−famous rodeo. For the past nine months, some of Australia’s most talented creative artists have worked with the Mount Isa City Council and members of the Mount Isa community to produce The Mount Isa Blast − a signature Queensland Music Festival event for Buchanan Park. Across three spectacular performances, The Mount Isa Blast aims to capture the essence of Mount Isa, by engaging more than 400 enthusiastic locals to create a musical heartbeat for the city. Earlier this year we saw the devastating impact caused by an unprecedented flood event throughout north west Queensland. Events like this can foster a spirit of pride and resilience in times that test a community’s resolve. And as the region recovers, we hope the Queensland Government’s Year of Outback Tourism inspires droves of tourists to discover the wonders of Mount Isa. Queensland Music Festival has been using music to bring communities together for two decades, engaging audiences of more than one million people through projects and events in more than 100 Queensland communities. The Mount Isa Blast is certain to be a highlight of Queensland Music Festival 2019— an extraordinary outback event that is by the people, for the people.



Welcome to Mount Isa, the City of Opportunity, this year hosting another outstanding production from the Queensland Music Festival. Ever since Queensland Music Festival burst onto the stage in Mount Isa with 2003’s unforgettable Bob Cat Dancing, our community has always looked forward to its biennial productions. Since then, every two years, we have enjoyed the likes of 2009’s The Big Weekend, 2013’s Swingin’ Utes, 2015’s Mount Isa Celebrates, and 2017’s Songs That Made Me. What makes these shows stand out is the fact they always include participation from local residents, such as an ensemble band comprised of Mount Isa-based musicians, mass choirs and local singers. They also provide many members of our community, both young and old, a fantastic opportunity to showcase their rich, yet often hidden, musical and performing talents. This year’s show, The Mount Isa Blast, pays homage to the almost 20 years of shows Queensland Music Festival has been staging here, and features world-renowned didgeridoo player William Barton, and singer Megan Sarmardin, who both originally hail from Mount Isa. Council is proud to be partnering with Queensland Music Festival to bring this spectacular free event to the Mount Isa community. I hope you enjoy this wonderful performance.


These shows are always special, but The Mount Isa Blast is particularly spectacular for several reasons. Queensland Music Festival and the Mount Isa City Council have been working together for almost two decades, ever since the two Bob Cat shows - Bob Cat Dancing and Bob Cat Magic. I know those are pleasant memories for so many Mount Isa locals. One of the people directly involved in the making of those shows, director Sean Mee, is my mentor and good friend. It’s been an honour to walk in his footsteps. When I was asked on board well over a year ago, it was clear it would be wise for The Mount Isa Blast to gesture to shows of the past, while also marking the present. So The Mount Isa Blast is a unique mix of the old and the new - an excavation of Mount Isa’s history and its beauty. You’re in for a lot of surprises tonight. It’s been such a thrill to work in partnership with the Mount Isa City Council to find the hundreds of talented, diverse Mount Isa locals who were so enthusiastic to participate. It’s been a particular honour to work with the Kalkadoon Community, and I’m so happy to be able to bring a piece of their story to the stage tonight. We are blessed to walk on Kalkadoon land. On behalf of all of us at Queensland Music Festival, we hope your evening is an absolute blast. Sincerely,


Biographies DAVID BURTON




David Burton is a writer, director and community arts practitioner from Brisbane, Queensland. In 2013, David worked with Queensland Music Festival to write and assistant direct Boomtown, a musical spectacular for, with and by the people of Gladstone. With a cast of three hundred locals, the show featured a tug boat ballet, a taiko drum ensemble, BMX stunt riders and a horse. In 2015, David worked with QMF once again on Under This Sky for Logan City Council as writer and assistant director. The show is one of the largest community arts productions in the world, with a cast of over 700. The production was the subject of a feature-length documentary on SBS. In 2017, David wrote and directed The Power Within for and with the Isaac Regional Council, once again working with the community to create an original production about their region in the heart of coal mining country. These works are the focus of David’s doctoral study. ‘David’s new book, The Man In The Water, is out later this year.’ He is also an award-winning novelist and playwright.

Emma Black is an emerging actor, director and producer. She graduated from USQ with a Bachelor of Creative Arts (theatre/acting) in 2014 and has since been busy working with her theatre company Share House Theatre Company. Emma directed shows at Short+Sweet in 2016 and 2017 as well as one half of Share House's Masculinity Double Bill at Anywhere Theatre Festival in 2017. In 2018 she played the title role of Kel in their production of Jane and Kel go to Hell at Metro Arts and will be reprising the role for a south east Queensland tour commencing in March. Other acting credits with Share House include Nurse (Romeo and Juliet, 2017), Lady Macbeth (Macbeth, 2017) and Tank (Motormouth and Suckface, 2017). In 2018 Emma was a La Boite Ambassador and a member of their Young Artist Company developing and performing in Define: Adult in the roundhouse theatre. Most recently Emma co-directed Squad Goals with playwright Alex Bayliss, a Share House production at Metro Arts, and had the privilege to be assistant director on Michelle Law’s Single Asian female as a part of La Boite’s assistant creatives program. Emma seeks to create exciting and bold work that challenges audiences. She is passionate about feminism and wants to support opportunities for young female artists.





Daniele is a participatory artist and producer, with a strong focus on socially engaged art making practices. She is a graduate from Griffith University with a Bachelor in Popular Music Production and Theatre and holds a Masters in Therapeutic Arts Practices. 

Josh McIntosh is a multi-award winning Production Designer for theatre, opera, musical theatre, dance and festivals. His recent work includes the Australasian touring productions of Green Day’s American Idiot, Roald Dahl’s George’s Marvellous Medicine, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, and the arena productions of Grease and Hairspray. 2018 kicked off with Packemin’s production of Shrek in Sydney and Empire Theatre’s production of Essgee’s Pirates of Penzance. Recent festival design includes the Openair Cinemas in Australia & NZ, QPAC’s Out of The Box children’s theatre festival (2016 & 2018) and Queensland Music Festival’s signature epic outdoor productions in many Queensland regional centres. Josh is based in Brisbane and has designed productions for most of the major and independent companies based in Queensland, such as Opera Queensland, Queensland Theatre, Laboite, Shake&Stir, Harvest Rain, Debase, Homunculus and many others.

Daniele works with diverse community groups to create platforms for capacity building, skills development and creative expression - with a strong artistic merit and ethical approach to working with community. She creates artistic works that draw from direct experience and storytelling, using verbatim, documentary, contemporary and embodied performance practices.  Current and past independent works include: People Of Interest (Festival of Live Art, Footscray Community Arts Centre); Public Displays of Therapy (La Boite HWY, Melbourne Fringe Festival: Testing Grounds); Daughters of the Floating Brothel (Griffith University Research Project, Brisbane Women’s Correctional Centre); The Untold (State Library of Queensland, Micah Projects); Hear, Here site specific radio project in collaboration with Dan Koop (people+artist+place, Brisbane City Council, Enoggera Reservoir) and new work in development Explain Normal, in collaboration with Aha Ensemble and Phluxus2 Dance Collective, set to premiere in October this year at Metro Arts.





Long regarded as one of Australia’s finest accompanists and jazz pianists, Steve Russell has appeared with Nancy Wilson, Chuck Findlay, Georgie Fame and Chrissy Amphlett, and performed support gigs for Wynton Marsalis and John Scofield. Steve is also highly regarded for his work as Musical Director for the Queensland Music Festival, Opera Queensland and Women in Voice. His latest live CD, Dark Matters, was recorded over two sultry nights in the Northern Rivers, and features a collection of his compositions with guitarist Matt Smith (Thirsty Merc, The Strides), bassist Greg Lyon (Crossfire) and the astonishing drummer Scott Hills (Graham Connors, The McClymonts).  His 2004 studio recording, When The Light Comes, features another set of original compositions and won the Dolphin Awards’ Album of the Year and Best Jazz Album. Steve teaches in the Contemporary Music Program at Southern Cross University and at Jazz Music Institute.

Warwick Tyrrell is one of Australia’s most accomplished and inspirational musicians. Highlights of his extraordinary 30 year career include holding the position of Principal Trombonist with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Outright Winner of the International Trombone Competition 1988 and having been a concerto soloist in South Africa and the United Kingdom with The London Philharmonic, and all over Australia with the Sydney, Melbourne, Queensland, Tasmanian and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras. He has also toured China and the USA as a soloist. Warwick has recorded concertos for Australia’s biggest classical music recording company ABC Classics for CD release – recorded with the Adelaide Symphony - the only trombonist ever to do so. In addition to his classical music, Warwick has a great love of music theatre, having studied singing, acting and dancing. He left classical music for a time, being offered two years full time work in the Australian touring productions of Cabaret and Jolson, appearing alongside such pop stars as Tina Arena and Lisa McCune. At the same time, Warwick ran a business which produced pop music singing and dancing shows about personal safety in Primary schools all over Australia, performing to over 100,000 school children and selling over 10,000 CDs. Warwick is now a trained conductor, being awarded a Masters in Orchestral Conducting in 2018. He has conducted and compered education concerts for the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and conducted in regional work for the Queensland Symphony, as well as running his own sold out concert series in Sydney which presents an amazing display of community bands to an 800 strong subscription audience. Warwick loves encouraging others in music, helping them to draw out of themselves things they never thought possible! He spends much time travelling as an adjudicator and music educator, working with school and community ensembles all over the country.

Acknowledgments PATRON His Excellency the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC Governor of Queensland BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dominic McGann – Chair Danielle Duell – Deputy Chair Darren Busine – Treasurer BOARD MEMBERS Diat Alferink Prof. Margaret Barrett Alison Mobbs Jim Reeves Jane Williams John Willsteed QUEENSLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL EXECUTIVE TEAM Katie Noonan – Artistic Director Joel Edmondson – Executive Director Katrina Torenbeek – Program & Technical Director Simon Buchanan – Business Development Director Linda Gordon – Marketing & Communications Director Wendy Mansell – Regional Engagement Director PROJECT TEAM Managing Producer – Kate Driscoll-Wilson Associate Producer – Ruby Newport Writer and Director – David Burton Assistant Directors – Emma Black and Daniele Constance Musical Director & Arranger – Stephen Russell Conductor – Warwick Tyrrell Technical Manager – Jeff Warnick Lighting Designer – Ben Shotton Sound Designer – Will Davy Site Manager – Kevin Wenlock-Bolt Stage Manager – Rebecca Voss Floor Manager – Emma Wenlock-Bolt

The Program Welcome to Country Aunty Jennifer Watts Kalkadoon Community Opening – Spirit of Argylla and Selwyn Ranges (World Premiere, composed by William Barton) Performed by: William Barton – Didgeridoo Scene 2 – I’ve Had Enough (music & lyrics by BullDust) Performed by: BullDust Megan Sarmardin – Vocals Clinton Heuir – Guitar Peter Tuppurainen – Bass Ben Olesen – Drums Scene 3 – The Bobcat Waltz (composed by Steve Russell) Performed by: Mount Isa Community Ensembles Inc. (MICE) Junior Orchestra & Spinifex State College String Ensemble Bobcats & Backhoes (composed by John Rodgers / arranged by Steve Russell) Performed by: Cath Purcell – Vocals Spinifex State College String Ensemble Christopher Hudson – Trumpet (Best of Brass) Greg Aitken – Trombone (Best of Brass) Amie O’Callaghan – Clarinet Muthupalaniappan Palaniappan – Alto Sax Gyan Rafael Angon – Piano Dancing Bobcat operators – Rob Bax (Baxy) & Brad Zvaigzne Scene 4 – The First Oracle (composed by Steve Russell) Performed by: Jasmine Connelly Amanda Hammond Filisi Tuitupou Langaola Tuitupou Susanne Pattison – Sopranino Recorder

Scene 5 – Something’s Got A Hold On Me (music & lyrics by Etta James, Leroy Kirkland, Pearl Woods) Performed by: Bee Jae Lugo – Vocals Kate Hartley – Backing Vocals (Leader) Claire Chauvier – Backing Vocals Monique Sanchez – Backing Vocals Toby Schmidt – Backing Vocals Karissa Smith – Backing Vocals Clinton Heuir – Guitar Peter Tuppurainen – Bass Ben Olesen – Drums Gyan Rafael Argon – Piano Scene 6 – Isa Rodeo (music & lyrics by Slim Dusty) Performed by: Sion Williams – Guitar & Vocals Bazza Rodgers – Guitar & Vocals Greg Poppell – Spoons & Vocals Clinton Heuir – Lead Guitar Ben Olesen – Lagerphone Horse Riders – William McCulloch, Charlotte Leech, Russell Hunter, Carol Letts, Emily Thompson & Jess Henry Cattle supplied by – Mark Thompson Scene 7 – The Second Oracle (composed by Steve Russell) Performed by: The Mount Isa Blast Miners Choir True Colours (music and lyrics by Billy Steinberg, Tom Ken / arranged by Emma Dean / adapted by Steve Russell) Performed by: The Miners Choir Scene 8 – The Ballad of Battle Mountain (composed by Steve Russell) Performed by: Bobby Caulton With support from the Kalkadoon community Emu character – built and performed by Louis Johnson and painted by Barbara Sam Mount Isa Community Ensembles Inc. (MICE) Symphony Orchestra Best of Brass Queensland Conservatorium Brass Trio

Scene 9 – The Land Talks Back Performed by: Alaska Hammond Patrick Harman Alvin Hava – Community Hero (Young People Ahead) Jayasree Parthasarathy – Community Hero (Community Action for a Multicultural Society) Corena Powers – Community Hero (Community Action for a Multicultural Society) Susanne Pattison – Sopranino Recorder In Springtime (Noskowski b. 1909) Performed by: Daniel Johnson – Piano Symphony of the Inland Sea (composed by Matthew Dewey / abridged by Steve Russell) Performed by: Mount Isa Community Ensembles Inc. (MICE) Symphony Orchestra Best of Brass Queensland Conservatorium Brass Trio Daniel Johnson – Piano The Mount Isa Blast Choir Sabella Fuss, Amy Gron and Kristina Glindon – Aerialists (Six Foot Circus) Scene 10 – This Place Is Home (composed by John Rodgers / arranged by Steve Russell) Performed by: Megan Sarmardin – Vocals Clinton Heuir – Guitar Peter Tuppurainen – Bass Ben Olesen – drums Mount Isa Community Ensembles Inc. (MICE) Symphony Orchestra Best of Brass Queensland Conservatorium Brass Trio The Mount Isa Blast Choir

Scene 11 – White Lines (music & lyrics by BullDust) Performed by: Megan Sarmardin – Vocals Clinton Heuir – Guitar Peter Tuppuraninen – Bass Ben Olesen – Drums Mount Isa Community Ensembles Inc. (MICE) Jazz Band ‘Bandana’ Best of Brass Queensland Conservatorium Brass Trio Bryce Allen – Motocross Rider Bob Bax – Motocross Rider Max Bax – Motocross Rider Skye Bax – Motocross Rider Shane Bax – Motocross Rider Kory Cross – Motocross Rider Luke Cross – Motocross Rider Eli Gregor – Motocross Rider Jean Lavell – Motocross Rider Charlie McGarvey – Motocross Rider Michael McGarvey – Motocross Rider Cooper Robertson – Motocross Rider Jimmy Robertson – Motocross Rider Michael Usher – Motocross Rider William Usher – Motocross Rider Scene 12 – The Mount Isa Song (music and lyrics by John Rodgers, Megan Sarmardin / arranged by Steve Russell) Performed by: Megan Sarmardin – Vocals Lindsay Issac – Vocals Myraldy Grace M.Balatan – Vocals Naren Ramachandran – Vocals The Mount Isa Blast Choir William Barton – Didgeridoo Clinton Heuir – Guitar Peter Tuppurainen – Bass Ben Olesen – Drums Mount Isa Community Ensembles Inc. (MICE) Symphony Orchestra Mount Isa Community Ensembles Inc. (MICE) Jazz Band “Bandana” Best of Brass Queensland Conservatorium Brass Trio

Musicians SPINIFEX STATE COLLEGE STRING ENSEMBLE FIRST VIOLIN Cara Taggart (Concertmaster & Ensemble Director) Gabriell Fischer Victoria Narawa Jenisha Abraham Jessica Lewis SECOND VIOLIN Ebony Nikkelson Jessica Payne Chloe McLean Madeliene de Rooy Jones VIOLA Tia Peel Jordana Barratt Charlie Bower Natasha Connelly Naomi Spitzner-Lewis CELLO Trinity Eussen Wesley Peters Kayla Woodsbey Emily Davis DOUBLE BASS  Lianna Woodsbey Mason Dodds MICE JUNIOR ORCHESTRA VIOLIN Cara Taggart (Concertmaster & Ensemble Director) Naomi Wandel Alura Baxter Toby Cox Meg MacKinnon Anneliese Smith Charmaine Chiwetu Rose Kerr VIOLA Riley Berry Dominic Coggins Lauraina Richmond Torrance Tweedie

CELLO Patrick Stuart Jaquilyn Woodsbey DOUBLE BASS Jean Lavell Kinnaird Paul MICE RECORDER ENSEMBLE Allison Nicholson (Ensemble Director) Renisha Abraham Gypsy Baxter Rose Elliott Wendy Knight Susanne Pattison Tia Peel Mattea Smith Cara Taggart Kayla Woodsbey Lianna Woodsbey MOUNT ISA COMMUNITY ENSEMBLES INC. (MICE) JAZZ BAND “BANDANA” Lenita Woodsbey (Ensemble Director) SAXOPHONE Muthupalaniappan Palaniappan (tenor) Allison Nicholson (tenor) Stanley McMillan (tenor) Susanne Pattison (alto) Issabella Barrett (alto) Amie O’Callaghan (baritone) TRUMPET Lauren Albury (QCGU) Cody Burnett Chris Hudson (Best of Brass) Richard Madden (Best of Brass) Tom Smith TROMBONE Peter Kleinschmidt Trombone (QCGU) BASS TROMBONE Greg Aitken Bass Trombone (Best of Brass)

PIANO Gyan Rafael Angon MOUNT ISA COMMUNITY ENSEMBLES INC (MICE) SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA VIOLIN 1 Cara Taggart (Concertmaster & Ensemble Director) Madeliene De Rooy Jones Alanah Dunne Gabriell Fischer Lauina Victoria Narawa Janice Magallon Chloe Johnston VIOLIN 2 Chloe McLean Kate Lavell Renisha Abraham Gypsy Baxter Breanna Davis Ebony Nikkelson Tahliah Green Jessica Payne Kunal Venkat Daniel James Jessica Ward VIOLA Naomi Spitzner-Lewis Holly Jobling Jose Santos Charlie Bower Luca Baccari Jordana Barrett Natasha Connelly Ashlea Lavell Tia Peel CELLO Trinity Eussen Kayla Woodsbey Emily Davis Stephanie English Wesley Peters Jade Muir

FLUTE Mattea Smith Wendy Knight Fiona Siyu Pan Danielle Sebaly CLARINET Jenisha Abraham Lachlan Fietz Gyan Rafael Angon BASS CLARINET Amie O’Callaghan BASSOON Kathleen Farrelly SAXOPHONE Muthupalaniappan Palaniappan (tenor) Issabella Barrett (alto) FRENCH HORN Allison Nicholson Rhiannon Hurn (QCGU) Lauren Manuel (Best of Brass) TRUMPET Lauren Albury (QCGU) Christopher Hudson (Best of Brass) Richard Madden (Best of Brass) TROMBONE Peter Kleinschmidt (QCGU) BASS TROMBONE Greg Aitken (Best of Brass) EUPHONIUM Susanne Pattison TIMPANI Chirs Bulgarelli PERCUSSION Danika Taylor PIANO Daniel Johnson

DOUBLE BASS Mason Dodds Lianna Woodsbey  



Richard Madden (trumpet) Christopher Hudson (trumpet) Lauren Manuel (horn) Warwick Tyrrell (trombone) Greg Aitken (bass trombone)

(Rehearsal Conductor – Kate Hartley) Barkly Highway State School Choir Mount Isa Central State School Choir Mount Isa Community Ensembles Inc .(MICE) Adult Choir Mount Isa Community Ensembles Inc. (MICE) Youth Choir St Joseph’s Catholic School Choir St Kieran’s Catholic School Choir Sunset State School Choir And many individual choristers from the Mount Isa community

QUEENSLAND CONSERVATORIUM BRASS TRIO Lauren Albury (trumpet) Rhiannon Hurn (horn) Peter Kleinschmidt (trombone) THE MINERS CHOIR Kate Hartley (Ensemble Director) Claire Chauvier Lorraine Beauty Chitumbura Natasha Emery Regan Ferris Annette Gordon Kate Lavell Grace Maswaya Edith McKeown Helen Morrison Maggie Peart Sreekanth Manmadhannair Remadevi Karen Saunders Toby Schmidt Karissa Smith Sion Williams

STAGE ARTWORK Ozlem Yeni SOUND AND LIGHTING SUPPLIERS Complete Production Services Australia SCAFFOLDING MC Scaffolds GENERATOR SERVICES Agrekko PLANT HIRE Barkly Hire & Coates Hire SINCERE THANKS TO All of the performers who made this show a real BLAST!

AND SPECIAL THANKS To the following individuals and groups, who have provided invaluable support during The Mount Isa Blast journey:

Best of Brass is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland Kate Hartley from Outback School of the Arts

CEO Sharon Ibardaloza

Katie Hoffmann & Alex Patterson from Spinifex State Secondary College, Senior & Junior Campus

Jasmine Barber & Emilio Cianetti from Mount Isa City Council

Gerald & Kate Lavell and team from Mount Isa Dirt Bike Club

Aunty Jennifer Watts from the Kalkadoon Community

City of Gold Coast Professional Attachment program – for connecting us with two gems Daniele and Emma, our Assistant Directors

Mayor Joyce McCullough

Donna Olivero, Destiny Rackham, Simon Smith and team from MICCOE Mount Isa Community Ensembles Inc. (MICE) Committee, Ensemble Directors and members especially Susanne Pattison, Cara Taggart, Allison Nicholson and Lenita Woodsbey Healy State School Professor Scott Harrison and Associate Professor Peter Luff from Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University

Ozlem Yeni Louis Johnson from ReLoveolution Barbara Sam Tim Moes from Mount Isa Centre for Learning and Wellbeing Bernie Strow and the Mount Isa PCYC Karen Donaldson from QH20

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