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Speaking to The Music recently, Noonan explained that this year's particularly evident social conscience is inherent in her lifelong approach to her work and life. "It's always been part of my plan as a human being — I've always tried to do good with my music, whether that be in a really simple sense in that it's sending a positive message or a message of empowerment about owning your power or loving your body or whatever," she explained. "But then, when you get to Mortgage broker Oak Laurel Nundah be an artistic director, you get to expand that kind of general ethos onto such an amazingly massive scale, because, you know, you can take that concept but make it bigger. I think art has a responsibility to comment on the orders of the day and reflect our society." "We have well over 2000 people registered to join us at the event at South Bank … [and] we have almost 4000 people registered from all over the country." Among the list of incredible offerings, QMF will welcome venerated vocalists Kate Ceberano Mortgage broker Oak Laurel Carseldine, 0430 129 662 and Isaiah, along with Noonan herself, to lead the thousands-strong choir set to take part — in person and via livestream — in a mass singalong of John Farnham's iconic tune You're The Voice at South Bank Piazza on Saturday 29 July. "We have well over 2000 people registered to join us at the event at South Bank on July 29th, we have almost 4000 people registered from all over the country, not just Queensland, to sing with us through the live stream, and also people putting on their own events in their own towns and cities," Noonan said. "I'm very excited to announce that myself and Kate Ceberano and Isaiah, fresh from his Eurovision journey, will be joining the choir of thousands at South Bank, which is very exciting, and we also will have another mystery guest to be announced at a later date, which is even more exciting," she continued. The concert is designed to highlight the country's domestic violence crisis, and a recorded cover of the song featuring Noonan, Ceberano and Firebrace along with Archie Roach, Troy Cassar-Daley and Montaigne has freshly been released to raise funds in the fight against domestic violence. "We have six singers spanning age 17 to 61 ... singing together for change, and everyone can buy that charity single and share the film clip and all that stuff, and know that every single cent from sale one will go to DV Connect through the Sony Foundation," she said. "The main focus of the charitable proceeds will be helping teenage youth in the DV crisis space, because they're often forgotten — well, not forgotten, but it's harder for them to have the support when it comes to housing and all sorts of other issues." Also reaching its culmination during QMF will be the inaugural Songs That Made Me mentorship program , providing emergent female singer-songwriters from Mt Isa, Mackay and Gladstone the opportunity to work with artists such as Deborah Conway, Clare Bowditch and Hannah Macklin and perform for their hometowns as well as at a special finale concert in Brisbane to be held at The Tivoli on Sunday 16 July. "Songs That Made Me is all about empowering women to find their voice and sing their song and get to be mentored by amazing women, and it's also about empowering the regional voice," Noonan said of the program. Meaningfully, Noonan has Mortgage brokers Brisbane East browse around these guys followed through in a big way on her mandate to make the Queensland Music Festival a truly state-wide experience, with projects such as The Power Within — an 18-month-long effort spanning six central Qld towns that have been affected by everything from the mining boom and bust to extreme weather events that will culminate with a musical event in Moranbah starring 200 locals on Friday 28 and Saturday 29 July — plus the On Song touring program, which gave six regional and rural schoolchildren the chance to learn from award-winning singer-songwriter Jack Carty, and the festival-opening Mission Songs particularly demonstrative of that fact. "We have beautiful, high-end, gorgeous classical events, we've got great pop events, we've got awesome community events..." In addition, QMF has implemented the Bach To Bush initiative, taking percussionist John Morrison and cellist Louise King to nine western Qld towns for a series of joint performances, workshops and masterclasses between 13-23 July, as well as making room for Dan Sultan and his bandmates, Jan Skubiszewski and Danny Farrugia, to fly to the remote Indigenous communities of Aurukun, Woorabinda and Palm Island for special NAIDOC Week concerts and workshops from 7-10 July. "We have an amazing program going from Cape York to Cunnamulla," Noonan enthused of the comprehensive QMF spread. "We have over 100 events over almost 50 locations across all of Queensland.