Welcome back to Word Voice Day Aus for 2018.
Here in Australia we believe that there is so much to say about voice, that we don’t want to limit the fun to just one day…so THIS year we are dedicating the entire month of April as
“Voice Awareness Month”
Of course we will celebrate April 16th with our brothers and sisters across the globe, but we want to give you all plenty of opportunity to get involved. Why not plan to host an event, start a conversation, raise awareness …(or funds)…to support research into the early diagnosis and management of life changing voice disorders, while reflecting on the important role that voice plays in every aspect of our daily life.
World Voice Day has been celebrated annually on 16th April since 1999. It originally focussed on the science of voice, but soon became a celebration of its beauty, prompting us to marvel at its magic and to recognise the need for vocal care.
Watch this space as we share plans for professional development events , public performances, human interest articles, media events and so much more over the coming months.
Thanks for joining us!
‘Block One Performance’ are planning a spectacular WVD event to raise funds for the Australian Children’s Music Foundation, while celebrating the magic of voice.
The show is a selection of material being performed in a relaxed environment at
‘The Jade’ 142-160 Flinders Street, Adelaide,
30% of all ticket sales will be donated to the ACMF to help disadvantaged children have more access to music.
St Vincent’s Clinic’s Voice Assessment Centre will present a professional development opportunity for Dr’s, Speech Pathologists and those working in the field of Voice Health.
This forum aims to share interesting cases, management approaches and programs to improve knowledge in the field of laryngology.
THE BIG SING – CAIRNS BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER THROUGH SONG!
Come along and celebrate World Voice Day, and sing your heart out for a fabulous cause. All you need is a passion for singing and to GIVE IT A GO!
No experience required. Two well loved iconic rock anthems will be chosen for you to learn on the day in two part harmony.
All profits made on the day will go to Kick On, working to eradicate Youth Suicide in Cairns.
Proudly presented by Cairns Voice Studio, The Jack, and Oasis Magazine and featuring Emily Hapea Music, local rock legends Dr Elephant and MC Extraordinaire, Andi Egan, you do NOT want to miss this event!
Our two classic rock songs will be revealed very soon! More information about the event is available HERE
Come on, #Cairns – Let’s see how many people we can fit into The Jack!
Help spread the word with these great Voice Awareness Month posters.
APRIL is VAM so start downloading and scoping out those flat surfaces now…. be ready to plaster the walls, floors, doors and windows…. help us to paint the town “VOICE”.
oops …just tricking… click HERE
Once again voices will sing loud and proud across the Nepean Valley. The birthplace of World Voice Day Concerts back in 2013, this event has grown to become a regular event on the entertainment calendar.
Returning to the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre this year, the event will be hosted by Funny Man – Comedian Anthony Ackroyd and will star Country Music Singer /Songwriter Drew McAlister . The line up will also include the beautiful and talented Yianna Nicholas singing alongside other professionals and community performers; proving that voice matters to each and every one of us. All profits will support the Australian Dysphonia Network for research into early diagnosis and management of voice disorders… giving voice back to the voiceless.
The event is proudly bought to you by The Joan, The Australian Voice Association & The Australian Dysphonia Network
Back for the second year, this spectacular line up of individuals, groups and choirs will take to the stage to show their vocal talents while raising funds for the Australian Dysphonia Network.
Hosted by the outgoing and super talented Francine Bell, this concert proves to be even bigger and better than last year. Once again the beautiful Melinda Schneider will take to the stage showing her support for those living with voice disorders.
The event is proudly bought to you by University of Newcastle , The Australian Voice Association & The Australian Dysphonia Network