The Yamaha Organ Club formerly in Currie Street, Adelaide, led by Kerry Burt now an AMC Life Member, conducted some musical evenings in the early 1990’s. Interested parties came together and formed the Adelaide Music Club with the first Club night at 6pm on March 7th, 1994 at the Leg Trap Hotel at Westlakes. As the Club grew, it moved to the Convention Centre on Findon Road and about 15 years ago, moved to the Grand Ballroom – an excellent venue where the Club is well catered for by Mimi and Donato De Ieso.

The Club boasts long memberships – Peter Brown (Life Member) who retired in 2023 has acted as Musical Director since the formation of the Club and his partner Gwen has also been great support to the Club for that time. Mr Music – 5DN radio personality, Barry Hall, is a Life Member as patron in the early days. Current treasurer and Life Member Eric Fiebig and his wife Ruth (also a Life Member) joined in 2000. They served for many years on the executive committee and each served as President for a four-year term. We sadly lost Ruth in January 2023. Another Life Member, Ken Potts (deceased) served in many positions on the executive and maintained member records for many years. Many members boast memberships of 20 plus years.

Eric and Ruth Fiebig being recognised by the former PM Tony Abbott at a special celebration in 2015 for community work done over many years. 

Former Music Director for nearly 30 years
Peter Brown.