Welcome back to Word Voice Day Aus for 2019.
Here in Australia we believe that there is still so much more to say about voice, that once again 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 again in 2019 – Now let the conversations begin!
To celebrate World Voice Day, Jenny Caire (Estill Mentor and Course Instructor) and Samantha U’Ren (Clinical Singing Voice Pathologist) are bringing their knowledge and love of voice together to help Music Theatre singers understand and look after their voices in a 2- hour interactive and fun workshop.
Tuesday April 16th 12md – 2pm
Golden Pebble Hotel 500 Boronia Rd, Wantirna, VIC 3152
Book your space HERE now
If you’re in the drama or singing trade, you may be interested to come along to “A night all about voice”
The line up of expert speakers promise that you will take away something new, for yourself or those you work with.
This is a FREE event bought to you by Voice Centre Australia for World Voice Day.
Enquiries or to RSVP contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Back again in 2019 with all the heart, the commitment and showbiz – but a fresh new line-up.
Sydney Gay and Lesbian Choir, ‘Gia’ and funny man Anthony Ackroyd will lead the way, supported by Judith Rough, Sheridan Gaudry, Steven Brown, Riverlands Harmony Chorus, Blue Mountains Musical Society, Music House students, Nordoff-Robbins KeyWord Sign Choir & Nepean Valley Voices Children’s Choir.
Tix available @ https://www.thejoan.com.au/events/voices-in-the-valley/
Celebrate the magic of voice while raising funds for those who struggle to be heard.
Hope we see you there.
A unique opportunity for all Singing and Drama Teachers, Senior Students and Vocal performers to get up-close-&-personal with Sydney’s Judith Rough; Soprano, Speech Therapist and Clinical Voice Therapist.
‘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.