Sunday Lounge Sessions
Sunday Lounge Sessions are a fun and relaxed opportunity to play, enjoy and socialise with other music lovers in a welcoming and inclusive space. The sessions differ from your typical house concerts or gigs, in that we encourage each attendee to participate. At each session, we ask musicians to bring along their instrument and/or voice and share a song or two of their choice. We welcome musicians of all ages and abilities and openly encourage all styles and genres, so its guaranteed that no two sessions are ever the same.
Listen to Founders Ben and Danai talk about the Community Music Project and Sunday Lounge Sessions in their interview on 2SER Radio.
In 2018 we welcomed more than 100 local musicians into our lounge room in Sydney. Having recently relocated to London, we're looking for passionate West London Musicians to share their passion for music and/or singing and join us at a Sunday Lounge Session in 2020 - we've started a meet up in London, find out more here.
Host Your Own
It's time to bring more music into lounge rooms around the world. We're on a mission to create a network of Community Musicians and we need your help! We'd love for you to host a Sunday Lounge Session of your own at your place. It can be among friends or family, or you could invite musicians from your local community that you don't know...yet. It's really easy to become a host, just register your interest below and then we'll get in touch to assist you in setting up your event, promoting it and making it a success.
Here are just some of the many benefits of hosting:
Share your musical talents with others
Meet other like-minded musicians
Fill your house with live music
Bring together family and friends
Contribute to a growing a network of community music sharing
Download our hosting guide for further information and if you have any further questions in the meantime, get in touch with us at email@example.com
Community-hosted Sunday Lounge Session in Redfern, Sydney 2018
Community-hosted Sunday Lounge Session in Geelong, Victoria, 2018