Voices for Change plays one night only for charity. Some of Australia’s best musical talent comes together in Voices for Change, for one night only on Monday 29th September at The Sound Lounge, Seymour Centre.
Leading musical theatre performers & singer/songwriters will be joined by emerging artists for an intimate night of fantastic music, with all proceeds going to charity the AusCam Freedom Project.
Now in its seventh year, this year’s line-up for Voices for Change includes Monique Montez (Dusty the Original Pop Diva), Mark Simpson (Hairspray), Leigh Archer (Strictly Ballroom), Jay James-Moody (The Drowsy Chaperone), Shaun Rennie (Mamma Mia), Lisa Schouw (Girl Overboard) and the award-winning Genevieve Lemon (Billy Elliot, Summer Rain, Rake, Neighbours) as our host for the evening.
They’ll be joined by some of Australia’s most exciting established and emerging artists and supported by the Voices for Change band, led by Musical Director Heinz Schweers (40 in Song, West Side Story).
“I am honored to once again be a part of VOICES FOR CHANGE annual concert benefiting those in need”, says Monique Montez, who’s been part of VFC since 2009.
Like all the evening’s performers, Monique will be giving her time for free, with all proceeds from Voices for Change supporting the children’s charity the AusCam Freedom Project.
“AusCam have worked tirelessly in Cambodia for the last 3 years not only to rescue traumatised young women and girls but to restore their lives… It is our privilege to be associated with this project so anything we can do to support them is very humbling.’ –
Luke Ricketson & Kate Waterhouse, AusCamAmbassadors.
This year’s concert follows sell-out events since 2008. “Every year the talent is astonishing and this year’s concert is shaping up to be the best yet!” says producer, Meagan Caratti.
“This year we are humbled to be able to assist the very important work of the AusCam Freedom Project and to have its founders Julie & Geoff Dowse join us in intimate mode at the Sound Lounge …I’m so thrilled & humbled by this year’s line-up of
The concert at the Sound Lounge, Seymour Centre starts at 7.30pm