Home Concerts

Over the last few years Cary has performed home concerts around Australia, New Zealand and Japan. These are intimate performances of approximately 60 to 90 minute duration in which Cary plays his music accompanied by the stories and the inspiration behind the tunes. His music reflects his love for family, friends and home. The concerts take the listener on a moving journey through their own special moments as they listen.

You can have one of these concerts in your home or a small venue that you organise in your area. They are a novel idea for a special function that you would like to share with your friends. We would welcome enquiries from anywhere in Australia and it may even be possible for Cary to travel overseas.

Dear Cary,

The Committee members of Lilydale Arts would like to thank you for all the assistance you provided during the Lilydale Festival of Wood.

The concert you played on the Saturday evening was fantastic. You have a great talent and a marvellous way of telling everyday episodes through music. All the people who attended thoroughly enjoyed your music and the way you included everyone in your discussions. The number of people who commented on your relaxing music and your friendly personality is testament to the success of the concert.

Many thanks for the part you played in making the weekend the outstanding success it was.

Yours Sincerely,
Brenda Bryce

Dear Cary,

We think our feet are finally back on the ground after the wonderful weekend you gave to the “Gentlefolk of Barwon Heads”. Your two Home Concerts, on Sat. evening and Sun. afternoon, Sept. 8th. and 9th. were a spectacular success.

We’ve had so many calls, with such enthusiastic feedback from those who were present.

It was a magical experience to hear your beautiful music in our home, and to share you, Cary, with so many of our friends, old and new.

We are delighted that these concerts have led to others also wanting to host a “Cary Lewincamp Home Concert”. The more people able to enjoy your truly unique talent the better.

Our heartfelt thanks, and best wishes,

Shirley and Graeme Johnstone