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Voices united for harmony



The Voices united for harmony project aims to improve the mental, physical and social wellbeing of Indigenous people in Queensland through singing. As part of the project, multiple community choirs have been established by Aboriginal Medical Services across the state. Membership of the choirs is open to people of diverse cultures, ages and musical abilities. The choirs give participants the opportunity to choose, learn, rehearse and publicly perform a variety of uplifting songs. Some of the choirs are supported by musically experienced leaders.

Choirs that have thus far been established under the Voices united for harmony umbrella include:

The project, which is jointly managed by Griffith University and the Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council, will be formally evaluated. Further choirs are currently being established across Queensland.

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Dr. Jing Sun
Voices United for Harmony research team
School of Public Health
Logan campus
Griffith University
Meadowbrook Qld 4131
Ph: (07) 3382 1198

Dr Scott Harrison
Voices United for Harmony research team
Queensland Conservatorium
Gold Coast Campus
Griffith University
Southport Qld 4215
Ph: (07) 5675 6159

Lindsay Johnson and Dion Tatow
Voices United for Harmony research team
Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council
21 Buchanan Street
West End Qld 4101
PO Box 3205
South Brisbane Qld 4101
Ph: (07) 3328 8500
Fax: (07) 3844 1544


Last updated: 15 August 2013
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