The Nano Symphony will be in concert in Comboyne next month as a fundraiser for the Mid North Coast Refugee Support Group.
“The group is currently looking at providing financial support to a young asylum seeker on Nauru who has been accepted to study community development at the University of South Pacific,” said spokesperson Lava Kohaupt.
“He needs assistance with the university fees. The Mid North Coast Refugee Support Group is committed to raise enough funds for him to complete his studies,” she said.
Two parts breezy indie/electronica, one part neo-classical/instrumental jam-off, The Nano Symphony are venturing away from the classical concert hall and throwing caution to the wind.
With their sights set beyond the horizon, this duo are letting their hair well and truly down connecting with their balmy, barefoot roots through their first live video for the track ‘Volcanoes and Sunshades’ which is already causing a stir.
The Nano Symphony are looking forward to supporting a cause that is dear to their heart this May with the help of everyone who is joining them over the ‘Return To Comboyne’ weekend.
Check out their music at www.thenanosymphony.com
For more on helping refugees, go to www.mncrefugeesupport.org
The concert is at the Comboyne War Memorial hall on Saturday May 5 at 3pm. Tickets cost $20, concession $15 and afternoon tea is available.