Brunswick Women’s Choir were honoured to be invited by Moreland Council to perform at the Annual Maurice Blackburn Oration held in July this year. The event gave the BWC their first experience of Facebook Live Streaming, which we hope most of
you were able to catch. Sadly once a live stream is over, we can’t access the footage again, but we promise it was a stunner!
BWC members were invited to sit in the auditorium between sets, and enjoyed the opportunity to listen to an Oration on the “Changing Faces of Australian Families” presented by Her Excellency the Hon Linda Dessau AM, Governor of Victoria.
The evening also provided a great chance for Brunswick Women’s Choir to perform in our neighbouring municipality of Coburg.
This year we are set to move, inspire and delight our audiences with Raise Your Hopeful Voice; a show touching on many of the values we hold dear.
In these confronting times, significant themes for this concert are open-heartedness, tolerance and welcome. Our 11 September showcase concert will not only confront the causes of conflict and suffering in our local and global communities, but also celebrate the best of human generosity.
Tickets are already selling fast and we would love you to be there. So be sure to secure your seat today!
We warmly invite audience members to join us for a casual supper after the second performance from 7.30pm. Food from the Asylum Seekers Resource Centre will be available for purchase as well as drinks from the bar.
Venue: Bella Union, Level 1 Trades Hall, 54 Victoria Street (corner of Lygon & Victoria streets), Carlton South
Date: 11 September
Show times: 2.30pm & 5.30pm
Tickets: $25 Full / $15 Concession / $5 kids under 12
The Brunswick Women’s Choir have been invited by the Brunswick Rogues Choir to join them and the Bigmouth Choir for a family-friendly afternoon of music in support of two worthy causes.
Homeward Bound is a state of the art leadership, strategic and science initiative for female scientists, set against the backdrop of Antarctica. Over the next ten years Homeward Bound aims to build a network of 1000 women in science with the best skills in leadership and strategy execution working together for a sustainable future for people and the planet. The first expedition takes 78 women to Antarctica in December 2016, including 10 women from Victoria.
The Dominica Whelan Endowment has been established within the Victoria University Foundation and will be used to support indigenous and disadvantaged women with access to legal services through a range of scholarship and community outreach programs.
When: Saturday 18 June
Time: 1 – 4pm
Where: Pirates Tavern, 82 Nelson Pl, Williamstown VIC wma.org.au/tavern/
Performances from: BRUNSWICK ROGUES CHOIR
A cappella songs about the environment and folk songs from around the world
BRUNSWICK WOMEN’S CHOIR
With songs that celebrate nature, protest social injustice and embrace the human spirit, singing about life with joy and passion
Characterised by being big, having mouths, and singing awesome arrangements of modern-ish songs
Tickets: on the door by donation
On World Refugee Day, Moreland City Council and Amnesty International are hosting the Festival of Hope: a celebration of the contributions and benefits that refugees make to our society, explored through performance, visual arts, music and education.
We’re thrilled to be part of the Festival of Hope Fiesta and will be on stage from 4.15. But there’s plenty else to see, so come down to Brunswick Town Hall anytime from 12 pm on Saturday, June 20.
What’s better than listening to four fabulous women’s choirs on a Sunday afternoon? When it’s free, of course!! We are performing this Sunday, 31 May as part of Winter Music in the Valley, an exciting series of four concerts in Moonee Valley.
Come and listen to us open this hour-long performance at the Clocktower Centre. Also featuring the Australian Women’s Choir, the Souffle Sisters and Grace Notes.
No tickets or bookings are required. Doors open at 2.30 for a 3.00 start. Find out more.