Presented by Creativity Australia
Singing is the language of the heart. For centuries, song has played a key role in community, culture and story-telling worldwide. Yet how many people dare to sing freely these days... apart from in the shower? Community singing empowers voices that have been silenced, unleashes creative potential... and that’s just the start. The neuroscience of singing has shown that singing is actually good for your brain! Every week, the sensational With One Voice Geelong, led by the talented Kym Dillon, inspire people from more than 40 nationalities, aged 9 to 90, to sing side-by-side. Age, race, language, religion, disability and disadvantage fade away in the joy of singing together. Building community is extremely important, especially in regional areas, to help reduce the feeling of isolation and disconnection.