Festival of Voices has been bringing joy through the power of song to Tasmanian winters since 2004. The state’s original marquee winter event has become known as Australia’s premiere celebration of the voice, attracting audiences of 30,000 people over two weeks in July.
The reach and reputation of Festival of Voices has grown far and wide. The educational component of the festival is significant. It has become a winter school for people who want to learn new repertoires, sing better or just revel in the joy of group singing. It is known internationally as a warm and welcoming meeting place for singers to sing and share time together.
The first Tasmanian winter festival to introduce bonfires as a central theme, the iconic image of thousands singing around the fire in Salamanca Place is legendary. While the location has moved to Mac Point it is still a highlight and reflects the core aim of the festival – to bring people together, not just as observers but as participants as well.
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