We are privileged to sing on the land of the Whadjuk Noongar People - the Traditional Owners in Perth, Western Australia.

'Singing is the rhythm of the land' - Aunty Josie Boyle 

April 2016 Newsletter 

Kaya everyone!

Pauline has put together our April 2016 newsletter having a look back on 2016 so far. If you haven't received it from Pauline already, you can view it here

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Sorry Day

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Wellington Square, Wellington St, East perth

Open to the public, formalities begin at 10am. Cultural learning, sharing and healing activities and lunch: 10.40 - 12.15 Sand mural performance: 12.15 - 1.00 Smoking Ceremony: 1.00 - 1.45pm Come when you can to part or all of this event.

Welcome to Madjitil Moorna Choir!
Singing ~ Learning ~ Healing ~ Bringing Cultures Together

Everyone is welcome to come and sing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Songs - both old and new, in languages of the country including our local Noongar and English!

We practice on Monday nights in Forrestfield (excluding school and public holidays) and perform all over the Perth metro area and across WA when invited.

Since 2006 we've been led by award-winning Aboriginal and TSI singers, songwriters and performers who generously bring songs to the repertoire for all to share

Since 2013, Candice Lloyd (aka Ulla Shay and founder of The Merindas) has been directing the choir with guest musicians including George Walley, Della Rae Morrison, Aunty Josie Boyle, Sam Dinah, David Milroy with Kobi Morrison on guitar, Tori Oakley on violin and Jo Randell on harmony support. We're always on the lookout for potential new songs and performers happy to share them with the choir. 

All ages, all voices, all backgrounds accepted. As Aunty Karl Mourach says to everyone who thinks they can't sing, 'That's why you need a choir!'.

See you soon!

Jo Randell
Madjitil Moorna Inc



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