Our With One Voice choirs perform regularly at local festivals and events in Melbourne and they have moved many an audience with their heart felt songs and the sharing of personal stories - http://www.creativityaustralia.org.au/
Singing is the language of the heart. For centuries, singing has played a central role in community, culture and storytelling worldwide. Singing does amazing things to the brain, connects diverse groups of people and, above all, it just feels great! But how often do people sing freely these days, apart from in the shower?
Our With One Voice choirs, a program that was named one of Australia’s top social innovations in 2013 & 2014 breaks down the barriers between people using singing as its tool. Each week, the program sees people from more than 40 nationalities, aged 9 to 90, singing side-by-side. They are a marvellous example of a diverse group of people from all walks of life, cultures and circumstance that get together each week to sing as a joyful community.
The joy of song connects diverse people and puts them in the right headspace to connect to whatever they need in life – friends, relaxation, mentors, wellbeing, new skills, employment pathways and more. It’s all about joy, freedom and inspiration.