25 Apr 2015 Kokoda Trail

Kokoda Trail

The year 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. The men and women who served Australia as it joined its allies to defend the values of freedom and democracy — whether they were many miles away in Europe, the Middle East or closer, in the Pacific, or on Australian

22 Feb 2015 Australian War Memorial

Australian War Memorial

Australia in the Great War is the Australian War Memorial’s new permanent exhibition on display in the First World War Galleries. The exhibition presents the story of Australia in the First World War chronologically, covering all major theatres of operations: Gallipoli; the Western Front; Sinai and Palestine; and the war at sea. The events taking

18 Jul 2014 Jandamarra – Sing for the Country

Jandamarra – Sing for the Country

July 2014 witnessed a significant milestone for Gondwana Choirs: 200 Gondwana choristers took to the stage of the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall to join the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in the premiere of Jandamara: Sing for the Country by Paul Stanhope. This commission was the brainchild of Artistic Director Lyn Williams and Peter Czornyj and

22 Feb 2014 White Night – Voices

White Night – Voices

The young singers from Gondwana Voices, Australia’s internationally renowned national children’s choir, took part in a multi- faceted choral installation work, called VOICES, for White Night in Melbourne. Each chorister created a small, theatrically lit diorama capturing an important moment in their lives, or that of one of their ancestors. The installation displayed each diorama

29 Apr 2009 Ngailu – Boy of the Stars

Ngailu – Boy of the Stars

A children’s opera for the Torres Strait Islander members of the Gondwana National Indigenous Children’s Choir & the Sydney Children’s Choir Ngailu – Boy of the Stars is a delightful children’s opera about a young boy’s enchanted dreams of the stars and the sea. It is a story full of hope that celebrates the richness