The amazing choirs of Moorambilla Voices celebrated 13 splendid years in the iconic MOORAMBILLA GALA CONCERT, held in Dubbo over two days on Friday 28th & Saturday the 29th September 2018.
The 80-minute concert left all mesmerized and uplifted. All three concerts were sold out and the audience felt frsthand the power of the Japanese Taiko drums, listened to the beauty of the angelic voices of the Moorambilla Regional Girls and Boys Choir and the MAXed OUT Company.
Founder and Artistic Director Michelle Leonard OAM celebrated 2018 with the beauty and capacity of the Brewarrina Fishtraps and Byrock Waterholes.
These concerts brought to life in magnifcent choral music, dynamic dance and powerful percussion the stories and landscape of Byrock Rock Holes and Brewarrina Fish Traps, written by leading and emerging Australian composers Chance, Barker, Howes, Walker and Gibson.
2018 concerts also featured digital visual and sound artists from the region and beyond giving this year’s performance a truly contemporary edge. Magnifcent fre sculptures and lanterns under the night sky after the 7pm concerts on Friday and Saturday evenings captivated all that attended.
Be prepared to be amazed by the photography of Noni Carroll capturing the passion and creativity of this region’s children and youth. This is Moorambilla Voices 2018!
2018 Gala Concert Program
Brewarrina Fish Traps and Byrock Waterholes
Warming up with our fabulous MAXed Out Company before our Live Studio Recording of ‘Yarragaa’ later this afternoon!
This is a little snippet of Elena Kats-Chernin’s brand new work ‘Words to Live By’.
So proud of our MAXed Out Company and the beautiful music they are creating.
Royal Far West
Some great photos from the Royal Far West Centre for Country Kids in Manly. Can you spot a talented Voice you know in these photos?