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A Philanthropic Choir That Doesn't Sing!


3 August 2009 at 3:39 pm
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The Australian Children's Music Foundation has launched a Philanthropic Choir using the power of music to bring communities together and raise funds to help disadvantaged children - without singing a note!

Staff Reporter | 3 August 2009 at 3:39 pm


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A Philanthropic Choir That Doesn't Sing!
3 August 2009 at 3:39 pm

The Australian Children’s Music Foundation has launched a Philanthropic Choir using the power of music to bring communities together and raise funds to help disadvantaged children – without singing a note!

Organisers describe the concept as a world first – the only giving choir in the world. It’s a choir of like-minded, passionate music lovers who understand the psychological benefits of music . There’s no audition, no performance and no need to sing a note. The only note required is a $20 note.

Organisers say the aim is to unite disadvantaged Australian children and communities in silent song.

Watch out for the Philanthropic Choir billboards across Sydney in July and August.

To find out how this fundraising venture pans out go to www.acmf.com.au



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