• Health and Lifestyle

    Free Music Download – As Small Birds Play (as played at The Light Garden, Centennial Park)

Everybody loves a freebie, and not only is our wonderful The Light Garden event free for the community, but you can now take part of The Light Garden experience away with you!

Corrina Bonshek, composer of “As Small Birds Play” – a beautiful composition on clarinet inspired by the birds of Centennial Park and featured on our event movie screen – has made her music available to download for free from her website.

To download the free music file in .mp3 format, visit the Bonmusic website now.

As a reminder, here’s a teaser that was released just prior to The Light Garden‘s opening, featuring a snippet of the piece:


Thanks Corrina – we love it!

- posted by Craig Easdown

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