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Let Your Light Shine - Mount St Bernard College

'Let Your Light Shine' is the School song and Music Video for Mount St Bernard College.
Situated in the historic mining town of Herberton with an 80% boarding population, MSB is one of the more unique, vibrant and diverse Schools in Australia that celebrates and whole heartedly embraces Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.
The production was recorded and filmed on location during the Schools 2017 NAIDOC celebrations. Enjoy all the life and colour of 'Let Your Light Shine'!

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The Toowoomba Choir at the Empire Theatre

20 Choirs, 450 Voices, come together at the Empire Theatre Toowoomba for one purpose....to sing, their voices united as one.
Celebrating life, sharing music, it does not matter who we are and where we come from. We are all part of this world.
This Production and project was supported by MDA (Multicultural Development Australia).
Thanks to the support of USQ Artsworx, TAFE QLD, Anglicare, Stonestreets, Catholic Care and Toowoomba Regional Council.

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Fairholme: Live it Love it

‘As young women strong and proud, we are the footprints of the future’ – Fairholme: Live it Love it; a musical collaboration by Fairholme Students and Josh Arnold As Fairholme celebrates 100 Years of educating young women on the grounds at Wirra Wirra Street, in East Toowoomba, many projects have been created to recognise the significant milestone.
Staff and students along with Small Town Culture Founder, Josh Arnold, have written, composed and produced a song that celebrates the spirit of Fairholme.
The song encapsulates both the Boarding community and Daygirls at Fairholme, drawing on the well-known spirit of Fairholme College.

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Feel the Fire

'Feel the Fire' is the third Music Video in the 'Identity Matters' series produced with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from Catholic Education across Queensland. The song was written in collaboration with students from Emmaus College and The Cathedral College in Rockhampton.
The students expressed their desire for me and other non-indigenous people to share in their history, embrace their culture and feel what they feel....and I certainly felt it.
I was deeply moved by the pride and connection that the students felt for their culture. Its a privilege to have worked with all the amazing young indigenous people in Toowoomba, Cairns, Rockhampton, Ipswich and Brisbane.
Thanks for sharing your lives, opening your hearts and most importantly making me feel a part of the mob!!

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Two Worlds

'Two Worlds', is the first Music Video in the 'Identity Matters' series produced with Indigenous students from Catholic Education across Queensland. The series reflects the student's culture and what it means to them being an Indigenous Australian.
'Two Worlds' was created in the Toowoomba Diocese with student's from St Saviours, St Ursula's, St Josephs, YCLC and St Thomas More's.

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Journey Everyday with Jesus

Sacred Heart School in Toowoomba has collaborated with Small Town Culture to create their new School song and Video Clip 'Journey Everyday with Jesus', showcasing the talent and vibrant personalities of the students.
With a funky rhythm section and some surprise performances this Production is pure entertainment from start to finish. Follow the YouTube link below to enjoy this Production!!

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The Spirits Are Calling

'The Spirits are Calling' is the second Music Video in the 'Identity Matters' series produced with Indigenous students from Catholic Education across Queensland.
The series reflects the student's culture and what it means to them being an Indigenous Australian.
Created in the Cairns Diocese the song tells of the students identity and their connectedness to land, sea, skies and waterways. It tells how their ongoing spiritual connectedness to their ancestors are guiding and showing them the way.
Thank you to Uncle Jeff Aniba-Waia for the language translation of Kala Kawaw Ya that was spoken as part of the song..

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