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The Choir

The Mount Druitt Indigenous Choir

The Choir has now become very popular and they sang at thirty venues in 2015 - not many choirs have this many opportunities. They perform by invitation at various functions around the city and the country. The local Aboriginal language Darug is being taught to the choir, as well as their English songs, so they can portray the links directly to their culture in performances. Bookings for the choir can be made via our Contact Us page. Also you can see the choir on facebook  - just click this link  https://www.facebook.com/mtdruittchoir?ref=ts&fref=ts This is the choir performing at the Dee Why Christmas Celebration on the beach - 20 December 2013 This is the choir performing at the Mayor's Reception for the 2013 Aboriginal Conference "Warimi Ngallawah Mittigar (Hello, come in, sit down, friend)" at the Blacktown Arts Centre. This is the choir performing at the NAIDOC Family Day 2013 Celebrations put on by The Blacktown City Council. This was the Choir’s 40th performance for 2012 in front of thousands of people at the Dee Why Christmas Carols.
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