Don't miss the legal industry's musical night of nights! Join us to celebrate justice and applaud the creativity of the NSW legal community.
Just Music will showcase the finalists of the Law Society of NSW's charity song writing contest. The performances will include original lyrical and instrumental pieces inspired by justice. Featuring contemporary, folk and classical pieces, there will be something to satisfy every musical taste, plus a special guest performance from jazz singer Cathi Ogden!
Proceeds from ticket sales will support the life-changing work of The Butterfly Foundation, the national organisation that supports people with eating disorders.
- Date: Friday 31 August 2018
- Time: 7.00pm – 9.30pm
- Venue: City Recital Hall, 2-12 Angel Place, Sydney NSW 2000
- Cost: $55 pp | REGISTER NOW
Booking fee per transaction: Online $6.60, Phone/Mail/Email: $8.25. Bookings made over the counter at the City Recital Hall Box Office do not attract a transaction fee.
Box office details
City Recital Hall
2-12 Angel Place, Sydney Phone: 02 8256 2222
The Law Society is proud to announce the finalists of the 2018 Just Music Competition. Support your colleagues and come along to the Concert for a night of inspirational music.
- Linda Campbell - Song for Charlie
- Stuart Green - Tzedek
- Jane Kim - A Straight Line
- Jacob Leaney - Human Rights
- Lee McDermott - Radar
- Dominique McGovern - The Roses of a Halo
- Bernard McHardy - Poor Jean Lee
- Madeleine Moran - The Future is Female
- Brian Ralston - A Two Grand Wager
- Dyan Tai - 6 Figure Man
Special guests: Cathi Ogden & Band
Hailing from Sydney, acclaimed jazz singer Cathi Ogden has spent most of her career living and working in London.
Cathi has performed as a session singer and songwriter, and has co-written songs for the likes of Victoria Beckham, Darude and UK artist Lousie.
She has released a total of three albums, including Out There, which was recognised by Billboard Magazine’s Critics Choice as a Top Ten Album of 2001. Her latest album, Curious Covers for Cool Cats, was a collaboration with award winning British guitarist Nigel Price.
The Law Society acknowledges and thanks the judges for the Just Music Competition 2018: Jenny Duck-Chong, Cathi Ogden and Antony Pitts.