There is a impressive program planned for the 2019 Four Winds Easter Festival, the 20th such event to run.
The festival starts on Thursday, April 18, runs to Sunday, April 21 and is jam-packed with inspiring artists.
As well as programming at the organisation's Barragga Bay Sound Shell there are also pop-up events, workshops and house concerts.
A major event will be the free community concert at Dickinson Oval, Bermagui from 5pm on Friday that celebrates historical musings and events relating to Bermagui's fishing and coastal heritage and features stories from members of the community with original dance and music.
The Sound Shell events start on Saturday with a welcome to country with Warren Foster on didgeridoo and the Gulaga Dancers at 10.30am.
From 11am-12noon, the artists include Christina Leonard on saxophone, trailblazers for Australian wind music Arcadia Winds, the Australian National Academy of Music Wind Quintet, pianist Elena Kats-Chernin, Riley Lee on shakuhachi and creative vocal stylist, composer and improviser Lisa Young.
The afternoon performances at the Sound Shell from 1.30pm to 4pm include Compass Quartet on saxophones, Bobby Singh on tabla, Sarangan Sriranganathan on sitar, one of Austria's most remarkable musical personalities pianist Stefan Vladar and the Australian String Quartet.
On Saturday night, from 8-10pm at the Bermagui Surf Club there will be a world music concert where Sriranganathan will collaborate with other festival musicians.
In the afternoon of Sunday at the Sound Shell, Beethoven in the Bush will run from 1-4pm.
It is a triple-bill show featuring award-winning pioneers in the composition of innovative Australian vocal music Coco's Lunch, one of the country's brightest and most versatile string quartets the Enigma Quartet with Lee on the shakuhachi, and pianist Vladar.
Finishing off the weekend, from 6-10pm on Sunday at the Bermagui Surf Club there will be a folk session with Malumba and friends, followed by James Crabb leading a folk-session which anyone can join in.
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