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A MUSICAL VOYAGE - Royal Australian Navy

A MUSICAL VOYAGE - Royal Australian Navy

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- 54 - 7. Consultation. A range of stakeholders have been consulted in preparing this proposal; including various resource managers and local Commanding Officers who have been enthusiastic in their support. The following Key Stakeholders have indicated their strong support: a. DCN, b. COMAUSFLT, c. CANSC, and d. CANSG. ASSETS AND OTHER RESOURCES 8. Assets required for the Navy Tattoos at FBE include: a. two Major Fleet Units (with a helicopter onboard) to form a backdrop for the tattoo and for the Host Officers to conduct a preconcert Cocktail Party for selected guests; b. a massed Royal Australian Navy Band that utilises detachments from its Permanent Navy (PN) and Naval Reserve (NR) Components; c. the Precision Drill Team from Australia’s Federation Guard; d. 22 sailors from FSU to form a Heritage Guard and Boarding Party; e. NEOC Graduation Class for Ceremonial Sunset with Gun Carriage and Cannon; 5 f. selected items from Navy’s Heritage Collection, g. 200 Australian Navy Cadets from the New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory Division; and h. resources utilised during in the annual Navy Week Open Day. 9. Assets required for the Tattoo-Styled Concert in the Perth Concert Hall include: a. PN & NR Components of the Royal Australian Navy Band including musicians for the Ceremonial Sunset Guard; b. 22 sailors from HMAS STIRLING to form a Heritage Guard, and Boarding Party; c. 100 Australian Navy Cadets from the Western Australian Division for ‘Cheer Ship and a massed cadet Drum Corps; d. personnel to support static and dynamic displays for the pre-concert segment; and e. helicopter support for a fly over of the Australian White Ensign (during the postconcert afternoon tea and activities). 10. Guest artists will be invited to support the Navy Tattoo and Tattoo-Styled Concert. These artists will be chosen from a pool of entertainers who have deployed to the Middle East Area of Operations (MEAO) as part of a Forces Advisory Council of Entertainment sponsored tour. 6 A visiting UK Sea Cadet group will also be invited to participate in the post-concert entertainment at the Perth Concert Hall. Additional production support including lighting, sound and staging will be hired from a professional event company with costs identified in the budget. 11. Assets in subsequent years will expand to encapsulate a wider Navy contribution and include international bands. PROJECT TEAM 12. A Project Team will be required to steer the event and is proposed at Annex A. DMUS-N (LCDR Anderson) will be the Project Manager (Executive Producer) and will be responsible for planning, monitoring and controlling the project 7 . DMUS-N will be responsible to DCN for delivering a successful events and preparing a detailed OPINST and other planning documents for approval by DCN. 5 Subject to being available for release from training activities at HMAS Creswell; alternatively, the Federation Guard is able to fulfil requirements. 6 Missy Higgins (multi ARIA winner), Angry Anderson (an Australian music industry legend), Beccy Cole (Golden Guitar winner). 7 These responsibilities ensure the fundamental purpose of the project is achieved. See Meredith, J.R. and Mantel, S.J. 2000) Project Management: A Managerial Approach, 4 th ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, pp 412-413. Royal Australian Navy Band: A Musical Voyage

- 55 - 13. In addition to the Executive Producer, the following key team members will play an integral part in driving the project through to completion by minimising any human risk factors: 8 a. Event Manager 9 —Manager Navy Events (LCDR Brownlie); b. Production Manager 10 —Assistant Director of Music (LEUT Coleman); c. Support Services Managers 11 —1 st LEUT HMAS KUTABUL and 1 st LEUT HMAS STIRLING; and d. Asset Managers 12 —the various Managers of the participating components. HOSTING AND INVITATION MANAGEMENT 14. Each of the Key Stakeholders will host one of the performances. To enable a more effect approach to engage local businesses, corporate partners, and community interests each Key Stakeholder will host one of the performances. The following hosting opportunities have been identified: a. CANSC – 1 st Tattoo performance (on completion of Navy Week Open Day); b. COMAUSFLT – 2 nd Tattoo performance (1 st evening); c. DCN – 3 rd Tattoo performance (last evening); and d. CANSG – Tattoo-Styled Concert (Perth Concert Hall). 15. The Event Manager will, in consultation with the Host Officers, maintain control and coordination of the all invitation lists to enable effective management of an expected 6,000 invitations. THE PERFORMANCES Navy Tattoos 16. This brief proposes to conduct a series of four Navy Tattoos on the Oil and Cruiser Wharves at Fleet Base East with the iconic images of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge in the distant background. The first tattoo would be held as part of Navy Week 2007 and the second in August 2008 to coincide with the 100 th anniversary of the Great White Fleet’s visit to Australia. 17. The first and second tattoos would be limited in size but would provide valuable learning opportunities for a third and much larger International Seafarer’s Tattoo in 2011 (to be held to mark Navy’s celebrations of the 110 th Anniversary of Australian Naval Service and the 100 th anniversary of the proclamation of the title ‘Royal Australian Navy’). The fourth tattoo would be held to mark the 100 th Anniversary of the arrival into Sydney Harbour of the first Australian Fleet on 04 Oct 13. 18. The first tattoo will involve three performances over two days during the period 06 to 07 Oct 07. 13 The first performance will be held from 1330 to 1600 on Saturday 06 Oct 07 as part of Fleet Base East Open Day. 14 The second and third performances will be held from 1930 to 2130 on Saturday 06 Oct 07 and Sunday 07 Oct 07 respectively. 19. Seating for each of the evening performances will be provided for 2000 invited guests from Defence Industry, current serving personnel and their families, the veterans community, the ANC (including cadets, families and friends), and a specially targeted audience of potential recruits and potential corporate sponsors. 15 Seating for the Matinee performance on conclusion of FBE Open Day would be unreserved. 8 Meredith, J.R. and Mantel, S.J., op.cit., pp 163-165. 9 Refer to Field Manager, ibid, p 161. 10 ibid. 11 ibid. 12 Hertzberg’s ‘hygiene’ factors require a participative approach to leadership. Furthermore, the project success will depend on teamwork by all participants. See Meredith, J.R. and Mantel, op.cit, p 165. 13 This is the middle weekend of the October school holiday period and will allow the NSW & ACT Division of the ANC to conduct training during its Annual Continuous Camp. 14 An added benefit of using the Oil and Cruiser Wharves to stage the tattoo will be to create access to the Heritage Centre and Public Access Area for the annual Navy Week Open Day. 15 Attracting industry and corporate sponsorship will be an effective way in which to reduce costs to host each of the follow-on events. Royal Australian Navy Band: A Musical Voyage

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