Voice Weavers

Who is Voice Weavers?

Voice Weavers

Voice Weavers is a community choir of men and women of all ages and backgrounds based in Tweed Heads and Coolangatta. We sing in the aCappella style from a diverse repertoire of easily accessible music.

Voice Weavers next EVENT



Voice Weavers will be visiting Japan on a goodwill tour in April.  We are performing for a music festival at Hoso University in Tennoji, a joint event with Crazy Clef at Kyoto University, a charity concert for the tsunami victims in Sendai, a joint event with the Oratio Club in Tokyo and finally an appearance at a Requiem Concert at Hamarikyu Hall, Tokyo.  The concert in Sendai is the fifth annual charity concert to assist those who have been affected by the 2011 tsunami and Voice Weavers have been invited to perform.  

At this pre-trip concert, we are presenting the songs we will take to Japan, including a few in Japanese and one in Latin.  We invite you to join us. 
We have a special guest Japanese Koto player, Takako Nishibori, and there will be a raffle, a silent auction and cafe operating on the day with home made delights. 

So come along, enjoy our songs and help us raise some funds to present to the reconstruction charity for Tsunami survivors.

Where:          Tugun Village Community Centre
When:           Sunday, 10th March 2019
Time:              1 pm Qld time, 2 pm NSW time
Price:             $25 Adult, $20 Concession,
                       Children under 12 free

Booking:      Click to book tickets 







Voice Weavers are very happy to welcome Hayden who is commencing Directorship of the choir in April.  He has varied directing experience spanning barbershop, musical theatre and black comedy as well as strong secondary skills like performance and marketing that make him a good fit for our choir.

With his own vocal coaching business he has been developing  unique and innovative ways to teach singing.  While he has many young students, he also loves working with adults who have waited their entire lives to start singing for the first time.  As the Assistant Director of The Blenders – a large, all-male a cappella choir, full of adults and retirees often new to singing – Hayden is experienced with the challenge of introducing singing later in life.   An important quality to help improve the skill level of a community choir like Voice Weavers.

We believe Hayden is capable of building on the awesome work of Brett and India Logan over the last nine years and hope he will enjoy the challenge of directing our choir into the future.



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