Moorambilla Voices 2017 Program Overview

Moorambilla’s choral music, dance and creative arts program offers primary and high school children a unique chance to develop their own capacity in an outstanding creative environment. Each year the program collaborates and is in turn inspired by regional landmark sites of both Indigenous and European significance.

We’re unearthing the stories of our region with 17 Message Sticks: 17 Communities.

Throughout the year, we’ll be unfolding what it means to live in our region, focussing on 17 communities, with specially commissioned music and performance, dance and choreography, stunning photography, sculpture, exhibitions, stories, narrative journeys and more!

Moorambilla Voices is driven artistically by the landscape, stories and histories of the outback New South Wales region. Facilitated in consultation with Indigenous and community leaders, the annual Artistic and Cultural Immersion is a unique and innovative aspect of the program.

This year Moorambilla artists tour to Gundabooka National Park, which stretches from the banks of the Darling River across the plains and to Mount Gunderbooka, a significant site to the Ngemba people. Click below to find out more.

New Moorambilla Tour Schedule 2017 UPDATED: 26 April – 31 May 2017

Artistic and Cultural Immersion: 3-7 July 2017

Recording: 18-19 July

Baradine Residency Camps: 9 – 20 August 2017

September Residency Camp and
Moorambilla Voices Gala Concert 2017: 20-24 September 2017