On Tuesday April 17, Creativity Australia launched its innovative social inclusion choir program Sydney Sings at Price Waterhouse Coopers.
This unique program brings together diverse voices as ‘one voice’ to build harmony, wellbeing and jobs…from CEOs to asylum seekers. The event was hosted by Sydney PwC Manging Partner Joseph Carrozzi and Sydney Sings was launched in fine style by Malcolm Turnbull.
Incredible speakers from Creative Innovation 2011
16-18 November 2011, Melbourne
The theme for Ci2011 was “The challenges and opportunities of a super-connected world”
Creative Innovation 2010 was the first of the Ci conferences. Edward de Bono and Dame Elisabeth Murdoch were special guests at this future-shaping, innovation event.
For more information re Ci conferences and Creative Innovation 2013, click HERE
2010: Pot-Pourri created specially customised performances for AICD to celebrate some of Australia’s leading business leaders. Photos are from both events.
“Pot-Pourri were able to involve the Fellow members in a great night of entertainment at the 3rd annual Fellows dinner. They made the room erupt with the members singing and swaying there arms along to the music.” AICD Fellows Dinner Victoria
2009: The inaugural Creativity Australia gala dinner SING FOR YOUR SUPPER took place at Sofitel Melbourne On Collins.
Guest of Honour was Creativity Australia’s Patron, Dame Elisabeth Murdoch and amongst over 400 guests including Hugh Morgan, Professor Allan Fels, Dr Alan Finkel, Evan Thornley, Clive Scott, Frank Cicutto, Leanne de Bortoli, Sam and Christine Tarascio and Kelly O’Dwyer (a wonderful, female candidate for Peter Costello’s seat).
“Tania de Jong AM provided an enthralling and entertaining performance for the Third Sector Women’s Networking Lunch, held in Melbourne at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Tania’s performance delighted women of the third sector, reflecting her work and the event’s aim, which is to inspire women to express their creativity and expertise and to achieve success in their endeavours for Australia’s not-for-profit industry. It was great to work with Tania and Third Sector is grateful for her for her support.” Third Sector
Tania de Jong performed at the Melbourne Town Hall with a special rendition of Edith Piaf’s La Vie en Rose for Korowa Anglican Girls School Centenary Concert.
Tania de Jong was named Australian Social Entrepreneur of The Year for 2006. She was awarded the trophy by her role model Dame Elisabeth Murdoch and CEO of Ernst & Young James Millar. continue reading »
Tania de Jong, Founder of The Song Room and some of The Song Room program participants at The Song Room Soiree at Sofitel Melbourne On Collins