Every year, Music: Count Us In enjoys widespread coverage as participants come together for the biggest music education program in the country. Many schools are featured in their local newspaper, on local and national TV and radio, so that the whole country can get involved and learn more about music education.
For further information, interviews and images please contact:
Cara Anderson, Communications and Engagement Manager email: [email protected]
2017 Press Releases
MCUI SONGWRITING WORKSHOP 2017 PRESS RELEASE 2017
2016 Press Releases
MCUI Post Celebration Day Press release 2016
MCUI 2016 PRESS RELEASE
MCUI Songwriting Workshop 2016 Press Release
2016 In the Press
Below is a sample of last years’ coverage.
LITHGOW MERCURY, NSW, CELEBRATION DAY COVERAGE, 22 NOVEMBER
Bayside Star, QLD, Celebration Day Coverage, 16 November
NT News, Celebration Day Coverage, 4 November
Southern Highlands Post, NSW Pre Celebration Day Coverage, 20 October
Swan Hill Guardian, VIC – Pre Celebration Day Coverage, 14 October
Ballarat Courier, VIC – Pre Celebration Day Coverage, 13 October
Mandurah Coastal Times, WA – Pre Celebration Day Coverage, 5 October
Mercury Hobart, TAS – Pre Celebration Day Coverage, 3 October
Gundagai Independent, NSW – MCUI Coverage, 22 September
The Spotlight Report, National – MCUI Program Feature, 5 September
Subiaco Post, Perth – Profile MCUI student songwriter Stella Kelly, 16 April
The Great Southern Weekender, WA – Article on MCUI student songwriter, 31 March
Geelong Advertiser, VIC – Article on MCUI student songwriter, 29 March
2015 In the Press
Below is a sample of 2015 press coverage.
Noosa News, QLD – Count Us In to Sing Along, 20 Nov
Liverpool Leader, Sydney – Singing with Marcia, 11 Nov
Kimberley Echo, WA – Students hit high note at popular gig, 5 Nov
Gold Coast Sun, QLD – MCUI Celebration Day , 28 Oct
Swan Hill Guardian, VIC – MCUI Celebration Day, 23 Oct
Launceston Examiner, TAS – Pupils tuning up for national music event, 3 Sept
Interview with Kristie Cote, Music Teacher, Ipswich State School on Oct 9.