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No matter what age you are or what language you speak, singing offers opportunities to learn, grow, and express who you are.
With One Voice Geelong likes to approach everything with a spirit of fun and humour, referred to once as ‘that madcap choir’. We have turned our voices to a wide range of styles, from The Sound of Music’s ‘Do-Re-Mi’ to Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ to the habanera from Carmen’s opera ‘Bizet’. Whether or not you think you can sing, you will be warmly welcomed at Geelong Sings and encouraged to join in and discover the voice you never knew you had.
Join now! No singing experience necessary, everyone is welcome.
March 1, 2017
The With One Voice choirs have been invited to perform at the Glenferrie Festival in Hawthorne on Sunday 5th of March
This is a roving performance lead by Kym and open to all Victorian choir members.
ARRIVAL : 11:30 – 12pm
PERFORMANCE #1 : 12.30 – 12.45pm
PERFORMANCE #2 : 1.15pm – 1.45pm
FINISH : 2pm
– In an ay
– I can see clearly now, the rain has gone
– Siya hamba
October 26, 2016
Hey everyone check out the Geelong Sing for Good entry.
With Once Voice Geelong is about so much more than singing. While singing is what brought us all together, the friendships and sense of belonging it generates is what matters most. Joining a community choir is a great way to break down barriers and connect with the community. We welcome everyone, regardless of singing ability. You just have to look at our Sing For Good entry to see how much fun we have.
October 2, 2016
Please help us get communities singing in every postcode of Australia!
About Sing for Good
Sing for Good aims to get communities singing for joy in every postcode of Australia and beyond. Families, workplaces, schools, sports teams… everyone is welcome.
There are heaps of categories, plus prizes for winners,
Donations raised help people in need through Creativity Australia’s With One Voice program.
How to help:
With One Voice welcomes people aged 9 to 90, from all cultures and backgrounds. Through the Wish List, diverse people grant each other wishes like music lessons, language tuition and jobs. Swinburne University research showed 98% of With One Voice choir participants experienced less stress, 91% improved social bonds and 66% feel less depressed. The program has also been named in Anthill’s SMART 100 social innovations in 2015, 2014 and 2013.
Do good. Feel good. Register now at www.singforgood.org