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The Moorambilla Voices program is geographically centred on the regional, remote and very remote regions of western NSW, covering over one third of the state and the local government areas of Bogan, Bourke, Brewarrina, Central Darling, Cobar, Coonamble, Dubbo, Gilgandra, Narrabri, Narromine, Warren, Warrumbungle and Walgett. Annually, the music skills workshop program visits over 55 schools in 30 towns.
Some facts and figures: the region is designated as outback and remote; it has the highest proportion of young people (aged 5-14) as a percentage of population in NSW; it has the highest proportion of indigenous children in the state; 40% of the population are designated as low income; and given the vast distances between small population centres, the region receives no current professional musical touring programs nor has access to organised music except in an very few number of schools.
It is one of the aims of Moorambilla Voices to celebrate the land, the people and the rich cultural history of our part of NSW using music and choral singing.