Each year over 300 students attend a camp where they dance, sing, compose, paint, weave, play drums and learn about the cultural traditions and stories of their landscape. This is delivered in partnership with the highest quality professional musicians, performers, composers, choreographers and visual artists including Jacob Williams, Anton Lock, Taikoz, Song Company, composers Andrew Howes, Josephine Gibson, Kevin Barker, Alice Chance, photographer Noni Carroll, visual artist Omila Bir, lantern artists Jyllie Jackson and Sara Tinning.
The schedule is as below:
Moorambilla Voices Residency Camps in Baradine
Aug 5 – Aug 16, 2020
September Residency Camp & Concerts in Dubbo
Sep 22 – Sep 26, 2020
Moorambilla Voices relies heavily on financial support to inspire and encourage the amazing children from the far rural and remote areas of NSW.