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August 4, 2014
This song was written specially for Sing for Spring by Scott Johnson (singer/songwriter, actor, star of the Jersey Boys) and features his partner Verity Hunt-Ballard (Sing for Spring Ambassador and Helpmann Award winning star of Mary Poppins) and With One Voice choir participants. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this wonderful recording project.
What would the world be like if we sung more? To find out, be part of Sing for Spring, our national community singing project.
Register now at www.singforspring.com
July 1, 2014
Sing for Spring aims to raise $200,000 to support the continuation of the With One Voice program and sponsor 400 people in need to attend a choir.
Truckies, nurses, school kids, office workers… we don’t care if you’ve never sung before! Shower singers… it’s time to shine! A nursery rhyme, a campfire singalong, office karaoke… the sky’s the limit!
Simply get together a group of two or more, sing a song and submit your video.
“There should be more opportunities for people in the community to
come together and celebrate the wonderful act of singing together.”
GOTYE, in support of the With One Voice program
Tax-deductible donations raised will support the continuation of the With One Voice program (15 choirs, 3 states), recently named one of Australia’s top social innovations for the second year in a row, and sponsor people in need to attend a choir.
“The world would look really different if we sung more. I think there’d be less war, less violence and more smiles. People would be less inhibited and more content. A sense of community would be much easier to access.”
VERITY HUNT-BALLARD, Sing for Spring Ambassador
June 12, 2014
Ockham’s Razor is a special Sunday night feature on ABC Radio National – a soap box for all things scientific, with short talks by researchers and people from industry with something thoughtful to say about science.
Creativity Australia Founder and Chair Tania de Jong AM will be Robyn Williams’ special guest on Sunday 22 June at 7.45pm on Radio National, so listen in for some special insights into The Neuroscience of Singing.