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Multicultural Arts Victoria presents

Angels' Voices Extravaganza

An evening of joyous song, great music and exciting dance.

21 November 2009
Doors open 6pm, show starts 7pm
Eastbank Auditorium
Welsford St, Shepparton

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Entry is by gold coin donation & all monies raised will go towards The Angelsí Voices Instrument Fund.

Local youth music group Angels' Voices are raring to introduce themselves to Shepparton and beyond by staging their own show.

They will welcome all comers to the Angels' Voices Song and Dance Spectacular at Eastbank Auditorium on Saturday 21 November 2009.

King Bell and Martinse Kanda

With support acts King Bell and Martinse Kanda (Congolese artists from Melbourne) and Shepparton's own Tara Smith, as well as the One World Choir, the evening will be one of joyous song, great dance music and exciting dance.

Angels' Voices Band

For over a year, the 20 young members of Angels' Voices Band have been meeting three times a week in a church hall, writing songs, putting their moves together and tightening their band.

They have been supported in their quest to develop as professional entertainers by Arts Victoria and Multicultural Arts Victoria who have linked them up with Melbourne professional artists who have been acting as mentors.

This series of regular instrumental, singing and stagecraft workshops has been received by the group with total commitment, appreciation and enthusiasm.

These kids just love what they do - and it shows! They have improved so much that they were recently booked to entertain the delegates at the National Conference of the Federation of Ethnic Communities Councils which was held in Shepparton on 29 October 2009. This event provided another important step in strengthening the confidence and professionalism of Shepparton's Angels' Voices.


This project is supported by VicHealth, Arts Victoria, Greater Shepparton Council, Australia Council for the Arts, Community Support Fund, Victorian Multicultural Commission, United Way Australia, UnitingCare Cutting Edge and Word and Mouth.