Sunday 13 April 2014: The Next Generation Concert Autumn Concert

Over the last two years MITCH has presented some very talented young artists. Each concert has featured a new young musician. For our next concert, the entire program will be composed of young artists.

  • Maddy Arnephy (Voice and Guitar),
  • Harry Vincent (Resonator Guitar),
  • Alisdair Kosmac (Guitar),
  • Amelia Eddy (Clarinet)
  • Mitchell Lee (Voice and Guitar),
  • Katie Nowland (Voice),
  • Isobel Todd (Piano)

The program features a broad musical range of the finest young artists from the Central Highlands. There is a wonderful balance in the program between ‘classical’ and ‘pop’ styles and between instrumentalists and singers.

One of Kyneton’s iconic buildings the 1860’s Kyneton Mechanics Institute 81 Mollison Street Kynetonon Sunday April 13 at 2.30pm for a tour de force of young Central Highland musicians.


  • Performers get 1 complimentary ticket – mate’s rates to family & friends x 15 @ $5
  • Teachers [via letter of information] complimentary x 1 partners $10

Door tickets:

  • $25  – Adults
  • $20  – Student & Concession Card Holders
  • $10  – 18 & under

Bookings to be made via email at:

Harry Vincent

Harry Vincent, just returned from his Eurorail tour of Europe and the Mediterranean is a young man in a hurry. Harry knows who he is and he knows where he wants to go. Musically he is firmly rooted in the blues music of the Mississippi Delta: think Robert Johnson, Blind Lemon Jefferson and Son House. Harry plays a beautiful Resonator guitar with a slide technique that will transport you into a world of times past. His soulful and respectful deference to the blues tradition has thrilled audiences from Kyneton to Rome.

Maddy Arnephy

Maddy Arnephy has twin talents: a wonderful guitar style that strums, picks and resounds but never overpowers her other talent – her stunning voice. It is a voice of astounding accuracy and purity with elements of Joan Baez and Gillian Welch. Maddy’s repertoire spans high quality pop and contemporary folk. She has a compelling but self effacing presence on stage.

Alistair Kosmac

Alistair Kosmac has been playing the guitar for 9 years and also plays the piano. Alistair is 17 years old and is currently studying Yr. 12 VCE at Sacred Heart College. He is enrolled in VCE Music Performance (Contemporary Guitar) and currently working hard on 5 pieces of music that have been selected from a prescribed list by the VCAA. Alistair started leaning the guitar at the age of eight by grade six he started learning the piano as well. Alistair has been (and still is) been heavily influenced from an early age by bands such as AC/DC, Pink Floyd, and Dire Straits and more. Lately acoustic artists such as John Butler, Simon and Garfunkel have influenced him. Predominantly he is more in to the 60’s/70’s psychedelic rock, especially Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon.