A bloke had a vague notion. The Williamstown Literary Festival turned it into a reality.
Given the literary aspect of Stereo Stories and the embracing, innovative nature of libraries, one should not be surprised that libraries have hosted quite a few of our concerts
From tips on microphone technique to recommendations about public liability to letters in support of grant applications, the NFFC has been a great ally.
In 2018 Andy really threw the cat amongst the pigeons with a story about an outrageous heavy metal song by The Osmonds (yes, The Osmonds).
Hugh Jones has often been part of Stereo Stories' pivotal moments.
Photo by Eric Algra. June 2018. Martina Medica’s 2018 story about the One Direction song Best Song Ever kicked our concert set list deep into the 21st century. And into boy-band pop! The story is about the rigours of parenting young children and that feeling of exhaustion at, say, five in the afternoon: [...]
Julie Merritt has been part of Stereo Stories from the beginning, from a vague notion mentioned over a kitchen table about seven years ago.
Rob Gador is a great musician, with a calm, kind, generous and caring presence.
At this time of the year the Stereo Stories ensemble is usually deep in rehearsals for what has become a cherished annual concert since 2016: our appearance at Write Around The Murray in Albury each September. Alas, this year is different.
Zoë Krupka’s four very fine Stereo Stories are studies in contrasts and subject matter.