Live a life full of possibilities - Moorambilla
Moorambilla Voices celebrates life’s incredible possibilities.
We empower children and youth to think big and dream wide as they participate in our exceptional yearly choral programs incorporating Taiko, Dance and visual art.
We offer children the rare and valuable opportunity to connect with artists of the highest calibre – composers, musicians, choreographers and visual artists to co-create outstanding works for performance that celebrate the rich culture of this region to standing ovations!
We provide a unique chance for young people in remote and regional communities to share their creative selves in an environment that celebrates capacity. Like our rivers in flood – our creative capacity is powerful, breathtaking and immense.
Primary girls have a unique spark and “ glow” in their sound. Every year we celebrate their powerful “pink positivity” in word deed and song. On stage they have forged a new style of presentation where they integrate singing and dance by working with exceptional choreographers and composers.
Both boys and girls voices change during adolescence but boys have their unique gift for such a small time in their life – so we make sure they utilise it to the full. Our composers understand boys choirs and their capacity , and they write music that intellectually and emotionally engages the boys in rehearsal and performance.
MAXed OUT Company
This energetic and dynamic ensemble has at its heart the discipline and power of Taiko, the strength and grace of contemporary dance , and the beauty of voice in flight. The Candidates in this ensemble show exceptional leadership not only in this ensemble but within their schools and communities.
Students & Parents
Each year we select students to participate in our gifted and talented program. For parents of students selected, click here to be a member of Moorambilla, to access the registration page, tour information, learning aids and frequently asked questions.
Moorambilla provides an opportunity for teachers to complete NESA registered professional development hours through our skills development workshops and residency camps. Teachers and schools - access learning resources and registration of professional development can be accessed through this page.
Elizabeth Markey, Justine Campbell and Michelle Leonard OAM decided to create a program that showcased the capacity of children in the region. Now we have an incredible Board, dedicated Staff to support this focus. Each year the programme is created in partnership with the highest quality professional musicians, performers, composers, dancers and visual artists. If you are a Staff member or Artists in Residence please Register here to become part of the Moorambilla Mob. Find out more...
Each year we select students to participate in our gifted and talented program. For parents of students selected, click here to be a member of Moorambilla, to access the registration page, tour information, learning aids and frequently asked questions..
Moorambilla provides an opportunity for teachers to complete NESA registered professional development hours through our skills development workshops and residency camps. Teachers and schools – access learning resources and registration of professional development can be accessed through this page.
Our communities are diverse, so we’re bridging the gap. Moorambilla Mob is a network of individuals and organisations who want to collaborate and support each other. Register your interest as a supporter or showcase your business on our website, in our gala performance program, on social media, in newsletters and through our annual online auction.
Make a difference with Moorambilla
Moorambilla Voices relies heavily on financial support to inspire and encourage the amazing children from remote areas of NSW.
Help us make a difference to a child who has the ability, talent and passion to think big and dream wide - your support can make this happen for them. All donations over $2 are tax deductible and we have planned giving options.
Moorambilla Touring Fund
When Irene became COO of The Song Company, she was introduced to Michelle Leonard OAM (Artistic Director) of Moorambilla Voices and fell instantly in love with the important work they do. It incorporated her passion for music and kids and fulfilled her belief that “music feeds the soul”. It is late Irene’s wish in lieu of flowers, people give generously to Moorambilla Voices.
Mrs. Linda Hurley
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.
Moorambilla Voices Documentary