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Highlights of the With One Voice program.


Creativity Australia was delighted to receive the Fosters Community Grant in support of the With One Voice choir program. Meet the choirs in this video.


Every week With One Voice participants share and grant wishes big and small through the Wish List. In this video, they share some of their biggest wishes and gratitudes.


Stories and songs from our With One Voice choirs.


A TEDx Melbourne Talk by our Founder and Chair Tania de Jong AM: How singing together changes the brain


Sing for Spring 2014 theme Sing It Out, written and performed by Scott Johnson, featuring Ambassador Verity Hunt-Ballard and With One Voice choir participants.


Creativity Australia’s Founder and Chair Tania de Jong AM on singing, spirituality and finding your unique voice.


Watch With One Voice Ashburton perform their original song The Joy of Song.


Sing for Spring 2014  Ambassador Verity Hunt-Ballard imagines what the world might be like if people sang more.


With One Voice Brisbane sing Jay Turner’s original composition Truly Beautiful.


Creativity Australia’s Founder and Chair Tania de Jong AM introduces Sing for Good (then known as Sing for Spring).


Watch With One Voice Brisbane, Freedom Train and Mixed Beans choirs perform their original song in support of the rights and humane treatment of asylum seekers.

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