‘What a beautiful performance by an evocative choir! Thank you all! You took a great event to the next level of positive feeling and inclusion. Every single person in the room singing and dancing! The way you started your performance by meeting all of our guests was stunning. Thank you‘. – Peak Care Queensland
We left our WOV Brisbane Performance last night, for the National Women in the Construction Industry Gala Dinner in Brisbane, feeling good and that we had contributed to something very special for Lara Nahkle (our soloist), that 500-person audience and ourselves. The audience standing ovation told us very clearly that they were thrilled by this significant performance from Lara and our WOV Brisbane Choir under Cath’s excellently-skilled musical leadership. We are sincerely grateful to Cath and Jay for their patience, professionalism and expertise that they contribute to us so freely and warmly – so that we not just sing (or warble) as we did alone before joining the choir, but we now sing with some confidence and sense of value under the wonderful guidance of Cath in particular and Jay. – WOV Brisbane Chorister
Did you know that singing changes your brain?
You’re invited to experience the joy, freedom and inspiration of song at your local With One Voice choirs
no auditions and no singing experience needed
all ages, faiths, cultures and backgrounds welcome
participation by tax-deductible donation
weekly rehearsals + supper
Creativity Australia believes it offers an arts-health social inclusion program unique from any other.
Through the With One Voice program, barriers of age, race, language, religion, disability and disadvantage are removed to make everyone welcome.
Why singing? Because neuroscience proves singing connects neural pathways in the brain differently, releasing endorphins, making people healthier, happier, smarter and more creative.
Using singing as the vehicle for community inclusion is the centrepiece of why our program works. Music is a powerful social magnet and acts as a super “social glue” that binds people together. The more we use music to bring us together—literally and figuratively—the more potential for increased empathy, social connection, and cooperation.
Creativity Australia’s first Queensland choir, With One Voice Brisbane, is an absolute hit! You’re invited to share the joy at City Hall.
“Cath and choir, thank you so much for lifting our spirits at the Forum. Hearing some of the choir participants’ stories were very powerful and heart-warming.” Carer’s Forum 2017
Join now! No singing experience necessary, everyone is welcome.
We’re a charity recognized as one of the nations top social innovations. Our inclusive choirs unite communities and improve wellbeing in Australia and globally.
With One Voice Brisbane – You’re the Voice
June 20, 2018
Inspired by the Queensland Music Festival’s pioneering “You’re The Voice” choral project; turning the tide on domestic violence.
Performed by three community choirs: Freedom Train, Mixed Beans multicultural choir & With One Voice Brisbane, conducted by Cath Mundy, with guest soloist Trish Lucas.
and the winner is ….
December 6, 2017
Congratulations With One Melbourne on being the overall winner of this years Sing for Good challenge!
Kicking off 2016 With One Voice
February 1, 2016
The With One Voice choir season has officially begun!
Was your New Year’s resolution to get involved in your local community? Was it to express yourself more or to give yourself a chance to sing again? Perhaps it was to make new friends, or reach out to those in need?
Our doors are open and we welcome you to join us at your local With One Voice choir!
We started the year off on a great note, with members from around Victoria singing together in the Melbourne CBD for Australia Day. Click below to watch With One Voice participating in the 2016 Australia Day Parade.
Video of With One Voice in the Australia Day Parade, 2016 Melbourne
Contact With One Voice HQ for more information: 03 8679 6088
Supporters:With One Voice Brisbane was seed-funded by the English Family Foundation, with additional support from Page and Maria Maxson, The Curavis Fund, the Mather Foundation, Mike de Gruyter, CBA and Brisbane City Council,