Last Minute Productions in conjunction with YARN Australia, Sydney Conservatorium of Music & Sydney Uni Community present BARAYAGAL 1st Nations Choir.
Barayagal is a collective of 1st Nations people and people of Sydney University & The Community of Redfern, that gather to sing songs of culture and stories.
Directed by Yuwaalaraay songwriter Nardi Simpson, "We sing to the place we are in and to the places we all come from".
Alongside ARIA nominee Kevin Hunt who was awarded "Jazz musician of the year" (1998) is Barayagal's incredible Choir Master.
First Nations people of Sydney are invited to join Barayagal. We welcome people who want to sing for the first time, and all nationalities who have been singing all their lives. Barayagal is a community choir, hosted weekly held at 2 venues: at Redfern Community Centre and The Old Darlington School.
Barayagal is administered by YARN Australia, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney University and Last Minute Productions.
All LMP Staff will ensure social distancing and capacity must not exceed one person per 2 square meters of space in indoor areas of the premises and one person per 2 square meters of space in outdoor areas of the premises.
LMP staff will remind people that a condition of entry to the building is that attendees maintain 2 square meters and social distance as part of their introduction to attendees.
Face masks are advised to be worn by staff and facilitators and program participants while in indoor areas, unless exempt.
Safe distancing spots are installed on the floor for areas outside the lift and bathrooms where a queue may occur.
Seating will also be designated for LMP staff and studio users to help maintain 2 square meters and social distance.
Last Minute Productions have confirmed with Redfern Community Centre that conditions of entry are displayed at the entry to the building.
The conditions include that people may not enter if they feel unwell and they must provide contact details for the purposes of contact tracing.
Processes are in place to ensure that people are keeping 1.5m physical distance between staff and patrons.