Family and Community Togetherness through Music 2019
The theme for Women Compassion Song Festival at the Hills in October 2019, was When a door closes, the greatness will open another one for greater purpose. For the second time Women Compassion has encouraged 18 young adults from 14 to 27 years of age, to pursue their passion for music. In this singing competition, they showcased their God given talents in singing. Five of the candidates were 2018 finalists, two became winners of 2018 and 2019. Empowering them to persevere for what they aimed for.
Women Compassion created the song festival a model to utilise their spare time focusing on the activity they love for future endeavours. Families supporting this pathway for their children boost their confidence, feel loved and eliminate depression and diversion to prohibited drugs that can lead to suicide. The Song Festival 2019 integrated a full Level Three concert with industry professional artists who entertained the audience with their skilful singing and dance talents.
Congratulations to the First prize winner Tiffany Fisher, Second prize winner Jonathan Pacinos,Third prize winner Ula Venckus, special Encouragement Awardee Abigail Gracia and the Most Popular Sing Star Enrique Laluan.
Women Compassion is ever grateful to the Sponsors - Lindt Chocolates, Rydges Norwest Hotel, USANA Health Products, Dynamic Business Collaborator, Megaworld, Cucina Locale Restaurant, Castle Terrace Chinese Restaurant and Castle Hill Shire Council who accommodated us with a great venue, The Castle Grand Pioneer Theatre. All sponsors believes in empowering children for the family specially to mothers in creating a great foundation and future for our new generation.
Please stay tuned to another successful Women Compassion Song Festival at the Hills on 22 October 2022 with full of life and inspiration.