Come and hear us on October 28th at Karralyka theatre in Ringwood East. Our theme this year is “life’s a journey”. Everyone’s journey is different, and some journeys are unexpected. The choir will delight and entertain you, and would like
A Day in the Life of the Choir Despite the 40 degree heat today, members of the choir still attended rehearsals at the Maroondah Family Church in Ringwood East and the day turned out to be another triumph. “We’ve got
When: Saturday October 24th 2015. Where: The Karralyka Centre, Mines Road, Ringwood East. How to book: Ring Karralyka Centre on 98792933 to book your tickets. Don’t wait too long, tickets sell fast! The theme this year, “The Power of Song”, will commemorate
“The Stroke a Chord choir began in 2010 following an observation from stroke survivor Wendy Lyons that people left without speech after their stroke (a condition known as aphasia) could still sing. Being able to sing allowed this group of
12 December 2012 A CHOIR of stroke survivors will today give their debut performance at the Royal Newcastle Centre lecture theatre. The BrainWaves choir, made up of 24 members, including carers and partners of stroke survivors, is conducted by PhD
Channel Nine News – Stroke-a-Chord Choir’s Performance at the Karralyka Centre on 17/9/11.
Stroke is the second biggest killer in Australia, after cancer, and more people will have strokes as the population ages. Some of those who have strokes lose the ability to speak, but not to sing. We hear a performance from the Stroke a Chord choir in Melbourne and also discuss the experience of stroke, emerging research and the rehabilitation challenges.
read more at: ABC Radio’s Life Matters