We are thrilled to be working with Moorambilla Voices to help raise their exposure nationally, increase their social media presence and creation of marketing communication and in particular, digital strategies.
Moorambilla Voices helps uncover artistic excellence in regional children and youth, creating performances that showcase choirs, dance and Taiko. Repertoire that at its core seeks inspiration from this region of NSW its landscape, rich culture and inhabitants. Like the Castlereagh in flood this regions creativity is powerful, breathtaking and immense.
Moorambilla Voices is a nationally-awarded program and seeks at its core to give country kids a rare opportunity to sing, dance and create incredible performances with artists of the highest calibre. The friendships the children make, and the incredible experiences they have along the way, are life-changing beyond the performances themselves. Under Artistic Director Michelle Leonard OAM, the annual program of performances and tours has flourished, receiving numerous national and state awards.
Each year 300 students attend a camp where they dance, sing, compose, paint, weave, play drums and learn about the cultural traditions and stories of their landscape. This is delivered in partnership with the highest quality professional musicians, performers, composers, choreographers and visual artists including Taikoz, Song Company and the Australian World Orchestra.
Children participate from the areas and towns of Brewarrina (Angledool, Goodooga); Bogan (Nyngan); Bourke (Byrock, Wanaaring); Cobar (Nymagee, Mount Hope, Euabalong); Coonamble (Gulargambone, Quambone); Dubbo (Brocklehurst, Wongarbon, Geurie, Maryvale, Mumbil, Yeoval); Gilgandra; Narromine (Trangie, Tomingley); Walgett (Lightning Ridge, Collarenabri, Pilliga, Comebychance); Warrumbungle (Binaway, Coolah, Coonabarabran, Dunedoo, Baradine, Mendooran); Warren (Nevertire); Wellington, areas of Tamworth, Orange and children from Western Australia.
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