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Choir Man
Jonathon Welch
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Choir Man

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He is the man who brought you the award-winning Choir of Hard Knocks - made up of the homeless and the disadvantaged - the judge on Battle of the Choirs, a highly renowned opera singer and conductor who has worked with some of Australia's most talented performers. But Jonathon Welch's own story is less well known, and here he tells it in his own words for the first time. H ...more
Published (first published November 11th 2009)
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Amazing commitment to mentally ill people through having family members who are mentally ill. A rare passion for wanting to provide disabled people with an opportunity to enhance their lives through singing. Openly gay to boot, a truly lovely person.
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An interesting tale but not well told. Could have done with a lot of editing
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