Five remarkable Australian female artists will be collaborating in an exclusive one-off concert, A Woman’s Song, at HOTA on July 27 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Gold Coast MothersMilkBank Charity.
This milestone commemorates a decade since the doors to their purpose-built facility first opened, providing screened and pasteurised donor mothers’ milk to families where the mother’s own is not available.
To celebrate this momentous anniversary and all that this remarkable charity do to save the lives of vulnerable babies, HOTA is hosting an uplifting and deeply moving concert – A Woman’s Song – produced and directed by Gold Coast performing artist and former mother’s milk donor, Nadia Sunde.
This soulful concert will also feature the songs and voices of five other female artists, including 2016 Artist of the Year Marcia Howard (Goanna & The Voice); experienced blues, jazz and folk singer-songwriter, Zardi; multi-award winning and international renowned chanteuse, Parissa Bouas (The Hottentots); and Rebecca Karlen, with musical accompaniment by renowned Brisbane-based four-piece jazz and world music ensemble, Estampa.
Audiences are encouraged to wear a flower in their hair or on their shirt, as a mark of love and respect for the vulnerable babies and to support the MothersMilkBank charity.
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