Moorambilla Voices was set up to encourage children in remote and regional New South Wales to learn about artistic expression. The programme is a unique cultural experience and helps young people to find their voice, their passion and path for the future.
Established in 2006 Moorambilla Voices has brought together more than 17,500 students from 78 schools, aged between 8-17 to date.
Each year 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 Taikoz, Song Company and the Australian World Orchestra.