Creativity Australia News
A Sensational Sunday of Song!October 30, 2011
Sunday 27th November 2011, Melbourne Town Hall (Swanston St)
3.30pm: ‘With One BIG Voice’
For the first time, the beautiful sounds of 13 With One Voice choirs are coming together for Creativity Australia’s With One BIG Voice concert. The choirs, conducted by Shaun Islip, Stefan Cassomenos, Kym Dillon, Jolene Moran, Bridget a’Beckett, Jo Cohen, will also feature esteemed guest soprano Tania de Jong AM, baritone Jonathan Morton and a featured piano solo by Stefan Cassomenos.
From classical to jazz, opera, gospel, soul and more – this special charity concert truly has something for everyone. Bring the whole family! Sing along, open your heart and be swept away by the uplifting voices, emotion and timeless songs with songs including Freedom is Coming, What a Wonderful World, That’s What Friends Are For, We are Australian, You’ll Never Walk Alone, Hallelujah, Imagine, The Lion King, Glee songs, and many more…
All concert proceeds go to Creativity Australia’s With One Voice choir programs which inspire people to find their voice, wellbeing, jobs and joy!
7.30pm: Pot-Pourri ‘Silver’ Premiere CD Launch and 25th Anniversary Concert Pot-Pourri is Tania de Jong AM, Rebecca Bode, Jon Bode, Jonathan Morton and Rebecca Chambers with special guest artist Stefan Cassomenos. Take 5 of Australia’s most talented performers… add a dash of opera and a slice of cabaret, toss in your favourite Broadway hits and a touch of class, gorgeous costumes, a hint of magic and then top it all off with a big dollop of comedy. All your favourite songs in ONE glorious performance!
For more information please contact Creative Universe on 03 8679 6000 / email@example.com. Tickets via Ticketek:www.ticketek.com.au / 132 849
Download the flyer here.
Royal Children’s Hospital Sings for The QueenOctober 28, 2011
The Royal Children’s Hospital Sings Choir performed at the opening of the new Royal Children’s Hospital in October, 2011. This momentous occasion was particularly special as it was attended by the Queen, and the choir performed beautifully for her, Prince Philip as well as a large VIP audience.
It has been almost 50 years since the RCH moved to its original site, and the Queen did in fact open the former hospital building in February 1963 – what a great way to commemorate 50 years of excellence, and to celebrate the fantastic new hospital.
Congratulations to all involved!