Each year Earth Hour is a million-strong movement of people raising their voice for nature through the symbolic action of switching off our lights.
In 2021 World Science Festival Brisbane is celebrating Earth Hour by bringing together four choirs who will sing a collection of songs exploring science, the universe and our impact on the environment. Conducted by Emma Dean singers from Cheep Trill, Soul Song Brisbane, QUT Vox Pop and EcoTones will take you on an inspiring journey of science through song.
Starting in Australia in 2004, Earth Hour is a worldwide event that asks individuals, businesses and governments to switch off for an hour to help to raise awareness of our ecological footprint. Every year more than 7,000 cities in over 180 countries take part in this global conservation movement.
The choir will perform from 8.30pm at the Queensland Cultural Precinct – join in and switch off!
Formed in early 2012, the Ecotones choir membership is drawn from staff based at the Ecosciences Precinct, Dutton Park. As a non-audition choir, The Ecotones recruits anyone explaining – If...View Profile
With the informal motto “Sing – Laugh – Sing – Cry – Repeat” this all-inclusive community choir builds their repertoire around songs they love to sing and the audiences will...View Profile
Cheep Trill is an edgy, colourful community choir based in Brisbane, conducted by Emma Dean & assisted by Tony Dean. The choir is open to anyone above the age of...View Profile
QUT Vox Pop are the Queensland University of Technology’s fun, bright and all inclusive choir, with a mission to explore a multitude of musical styles and genres, all while keeping...View Profile
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