Vision

12 years of musical and cultural excellence

 

We have a vision to create a regional children and youth choir of excellence,who work with recognised leaders in their field to create, perform and record repertoire that has its core artistic inspiration from this region of NSW and its inhabitants.

From our Patron

Mrs Linda Hurley (nee McMartin) was born and raised in Sydney. She was educated at Kingsgrove High School and after attending Riverina College became a primary school teacher, commencing in 1976. She married David Hurley in 1977.
In the course of their married life, Mrs Hurley has supported her husband throughout his career on a wide variety of postings in Australia and overseas, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and Malaysia.
Mrs Hurley’s career in education was in both the public and private school systems until her retirement from full time teaching in July 2011. She has been an active member of the community as a Pastoral Carer at the Canberra Hospital and Hospice, and a supporter of Meals on Wheels.

“Ever since I first saw and heard Moorambilla Voices, I was impressed by the singers in this wonderful choir and the inspiring musical programs they provide. I am delighted to become Patron and to have further opportunities to support talented young people in regional and rural areas fulfil their dreams through music.” Mrs. Linda Hurley

Our Pillars

We have developed a strong community network over the past twelve years founded on the initial three pillars- excellence,equity and opportunity.
Our 2017 – 2020 vision will focus on the following :

  • Excellence

To create a body of repertoire that speaks directly of the participants experiences and includes both treble and mixed voice choirs performing with leading artists and ensembles.

To ensure the ongoing development and provision of expertise to support the management and administration of the company.

  • Access & Equity

To create equitable opportunity for children from regional and remote NSW to participate in high level choral music making with leaders in their field regardless of social & financial status or identity.

  • Identity

Development of social capital through the artistic outcomes of the choir reflecting the background and diversity of the participants.

Development of new Australian music through the telling of stories, lifelines and the landscapes of the region.

To create an artistic vehicle for regional and remote cultural and artistic expression amongst participants.

Raise awareness in the region, and beyond, of choirs as an artistic medium, and in doing so create new performance opportunities and new audiences.

Celebration of the cultural identity of the region.

Support the revitalisation and celebration of the lost indigenous art forms and lifelines of the region.

 

Explore our Artistic Team and know all the artists that help in shaping the overall experience.

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