We have many young adults who have completed our program and gone on to do amazing things in a variety of different industries.
Moorambilla Voices has a multitude of young adults who have completed our program and gone on to do amazing things in a variety of different industries. We are incredibly proud of our alumni and would love to see what they are up to now! We have a group who are meeting at different times during the year and celebrating everything Moorambilla Voices is.
So, if you were involved in our program and you are over 18 please register to be part of our Moorambilla Alumni.
Inaugural Dot winner for Outstanding Leadership
from Coonabarabran in the Warrumbungle Shire of central NSW.
“As a creative child growing up in a rural area, Moorambilla was my principal artistic outlet. The
coming together of kids from all walks of life, but all who understand the difficulties and joys of
growing up in regional communities is a unique experience, one that creates not only outstanding
art, music and dance, but also memories, friendships and a feeling of family that I treasure to this
day. The telling of Australian stories through art gave me a deeper understanding of local Indigenous
culture, as well as an awareness of the way that this culture is represented in our society today.
These experiences have helped shaped the trajectory of my tertiary studies, and I am now studying
my second semester of a Macquarie University Bachelor of Archaeology with a specialisation in
anthropology. I hope one day to work in the field of Australian archaeology.”
– By Daisy Andrews
Nathan Bryon is from the small town of Guerie located between Wellington and Dubbo in central NSW.
Nathan started the program at Moorambilla Voices when he attended Skills Development Workshops in 2012. The experience was life-changing for Nathan, and resulted in a love of music and movement, and in particular singing. The program boosted the confdence in his voice, and Nathan became a soloist with the MAXed OUT Company in several performances. Nathan began studying in 2016 at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in a Bachelor of Music Performance (Voice) and is currently performing in a variety of operas and recitals as soloist.
“The thing I love most Moorambilla is that it’s really a massive artistic vehicle – with hundreds of creative minds coming together from all over NSW to create something incredible; in the middle of nowhere. That, along with the once-a-year catch up with friends, is why I kept coming back!”
– By Nathan Bryon
Studying song writing at JMC academy in Southbank, Melbourne, originally from
“I was first introduced to the wonderful world of music in 2009 when I had been invited to join
Moorambilla Voices in Baradine for a few weeks of choir camp. Michelle had turned what I thought
was going to be a couple of days away from school into a place I would never forget, and the
beginning of my passion for music. With her fun, quirky, and sometimes scarily serious personality,
she not only taught me and many other children (who might not have otherwise had the chance) the
enjoyment and power that comes with creating and performing music, but also the respect and
discipline you require to pull it off.
Moorambilla was a part of my life from grade 3 to 11 and I am forever thankful for all I learned over
those 9 years, and for the friends who grew up beside me who I would have never had it not been
for Moorambilla Voices.”
– By Jakob Brown
Living and working in Dubbo, originally from
“I attended Moorambilla all through high school, even at a few performances after. I was always a
pretty confident kid, but Moorambilla instilled a confidence in my own musical ability. I also learned
how to conduct myself in a professional way during any setting. With this confidence and
professionalism, I have received a job as a Beauty Therapist and have already been given
responsibility beyond my age and years in the workforce. It goes to show that confidence can help
you obtain anything and experience can give you an edge.”
– By Brianna Duncan
Diploma in Musical Theatre, Brisbane Academy of Musical Theatre, originally from
“Moorambilla has been a big part of my journey for 9 years. It has helped me grow in both a
professional and personal way. Moorambilla has given me the chance to explore my love of music.
Taikoz is just phenomenal and the dancing was always unique.
Moorambilla has not only helped me explore my creative outlets. It’s also provided me, with the
opportunity to meet amazing people.
From supervisors to teachers, parents and fellow crew members. All whom are full of love, drive and
passion for what they do. Everyone I’ve met at Moorambilla is truly inspiring and has something
special to offer. Moorambilla will always hold a special place in my heart.”
– By Kaitie Colwell