Yesterday I went to the inaugural Surrey Hills Music Festival, held by the Surrey Hills Neighbourhood Centre.

(I haven't linked directly to the festival pages, because now that it's over that page might disappear and there'd be a dead link on this page.)

The Festival had all sorts of great music, including Anadromiki Compania, the Victorian Flute Ensemble, the Surrey Hills Orchestra, and a young quartet of jazz players calling themselves the Zac Lee Band (can't find a link).

The highlight was seeing The Tealeaves, with their gentle country folk music. I'm buying the record and keeping an eye out for other gigs.

The only downside was the bunch of arseholes at the back of the hall who were more interested in yapping and drinking than hearing the music.

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