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At Gondwana Choirs, we believe that young people are capable of incredible things. For more than 25 years we have employed leading artists to shape the unique sounds of our ensembles and commissioned Australian composers to create a significant body of music that has made our organisation become the benchmark for children’s choirs worldwide.

We believe that participation in our intensive and rigorous programs has a profoundly positive impact on the lives of our choristers and we are proud of the maturity, confidence and professionalism they display.

By supporting Gondwana Choirs and the vision of Lyn Williams, you too can give young people the opportunity to find their voice and share it with the world.

It is fantastic to finally have an Indigenous Children’s Choir in Australia. I am constantly surprised by the talent of young Indigenous people but often there is nowhere for them to go to follow their dreams and learn the appropriate skills. This is why the Gondwana Indigenous Children’s Choir is so important for our children, our communities, and our nation as a whole.

-Matthew Doyle, Indigenous artist

 

Created in 2008 by Lyn Williams, the Gondwana Indigenous Children’s Choir (GICC) is provided at no cost to participants, and its members strive for the pursuit of excellence and embrace life-changing opportunities. The GICC program gives voice to the diverse culture of Australia’s Indigenous youth, providing a vehicle to build identity through deep collaboration with local elders and community. At the core of GICC’s mission is the preservation and development of language and story through song, involving intergenerational cultural activity and developing a new contemporary Indigenous repertoire.

Through the GICC program, Gondwana Choirs has commissioned and created new works, including many in Indigenous languages, notably the children’s opera Ngailu, Boy of the Stars by Sani Townson and Dan Walker, and Spinifex Gum by Felix Riebl, which draws upon stories from the Pilbara region in Western Australia.

Support the Gondwana Indigenous Children’s Choir and give life-changing opportunities to Indigenous young people throughout Australia.

When you donate to Gondwana, you automatically become a member of the Innovations Patrons program:

Artistic Directors Circle: Donations above $20,000*

Innovations Patrons Platinum: Donations $5000-$20,000*

Innovations Patrons Gold: Donations $2000 - $5000*

Innovations Patrons Silver: Donations $500 - $2000*

Innovations Patrons Bronze: Donations up to $500*

 

*total donations in one calendar year

Are donations tax deductible? Yes

 

Will I receive a receipt for my donation?

Yes, immediately sent to you by email when approved.

 

Donate to Gondwana Indigenous Children's Choir (GICC)

Are donations tax deductible? Yes

Will I receive a receipt for my donation?
Yes, immediately sent to you by email when approved.

Donate to Gondwana Indigenous Children's Choir (GICC)