About the Denmark Festival of Voice
The Denmark Festival of Voice is an intimate festival, held every year over the June long weekend in the beautiful south coastal town of Denmark, Western Australia. The Festival is a celebration of the power and beauty of the human voice....
Every year hundreds of people come together to watch, listen, learn, laugh, share their stories and sing their hearts out – choral – comedy – cabaret – poetry – spoken word – storytelling – sacred music – revolution songs – indigenous – world music – folk – country – jazz – gospel – hip hop – the blues
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If you make your donation before 30 September 2018 then Creative Partnerships Australia will actually match your donation. In essence your donation will have double the impact.
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The Festival fills every corner of Denmark town from the Civic Centre to Teahouse Books and St Leonard’s Church.
Denmark Festival of Voice stirs up a heady brew of vocal flavours and serves it up in heritage and contemporary venues all within a gentle stroll of each other in the heart of the charming Denmark village. The Denmark Festival of Voice is an immersion weekend that is all about singing. Everyone that comes along – professional, amateur or enthusiast – gets to join in.
It doesn’t matter whether you have lots of experience or none. Denmark Festival of Voice offers something for singers at all levels.
“The Festival of Voice is so wonderfully integrated into the town of Denmark – it fits like a glove and feels just as comfortable. Energised by voices that resound in every corner of the town, the Festival is wonderfully uplifting and positive. I love its cosiness, warmth and spirit – timber churches, halls and cafés literally resonate with song…”