Featured Artist

Samantha Bell, Maicey and Eadie Limon 

Samantha, Maicey and Eadie collaborated with professional songwriter Amy Vee, on the song, “Their Love Grows”, as part of a Song Writing Workshop run by the Arts Upper Hunter and the Upper Hunter Conservatorium of Music in the July School Holidays.

On the 11th of November, the girls performed “Their Love Grows” at Arts Upper Hunter’s Thank You Soiree. The song was about Sierra Leone refugee John Sandy, who was present on the night.


Samantha Bell
How long have you been singing and what do you like about it?
I started singing as a hobby a long time ago but when I was 11 I entered in a local karaoke competition that really got me started, not long after the competition I started getting lessons to help develop my voice, the thing I love about singing is that you can create music and tell a story through it. Read more....

Photos taken by and courtesy of Sarah Bell and Mandy Limon.

 

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Regional Arts Development Officer
:
0409 382 509
rado@artsupperhunter.com.au

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Office Manager:

02 6541 4776 
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Arts Upper Hunter is supported by Upper Hunter Shire Council, Singleton Council, Muswellbrook Shire Council, Gloucester Shire Council, Dungog Shire Council.
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