QMF’s Absolutely Everybody Vocal Ensemble Project: Evaluation Report

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Bartleet, Brydie-Leigh
Walton, Jack
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2021
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This report describes the outcomes of an evaluation of the 2021 QMF project, Absolutely Everybody. The Absolutely Everybody project was the third national vocal initiative to have been programmed as part of QMF’s festival program in recent years with a focus on highlighting pressing social issues. It is preceded by You’re the Voice (2017), which focused on domestic violence, and Help is on its Way (2019), which sought to foster a dialogue around positive mental health (see Bartleet, et al., 2019). The Absolutely Everybody project engaged 3,286 choristers around Australia online, and 673 participated in the recording day in May 2021.

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© 2021 Griffith University and the authors. The attached file is reproduced here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher. Please refer to the publisher's website for access to the definitive, published version.
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Bartleet, B-L; Walton, J, QMF’s Absolutely Everybody Vocal Ensemble Project: Evaluation Report, 2021
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