Halle is a proud member of the Eora Nation. She graduated from the KARI Vocal Identification Program after 6 years of performing and continues her journey as an integral part of the KARI Singers.
Halle is currently in her first year at the University of Technology Sydney studying a Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of technology. She is also working at Rosemeadow Public School as a School Learning Support Officer (SLSO)
Halle hopes to continue showcasing and embracing her culture whilst performing as a part of the KARI Singers.
Joshua is a proud descendant of the Wiradjuri nation. Joshua participated in the Vocal Identification Program for 2 years, before continuing his journey as part of the KARI Singers for the past 3 years. Joshua strives to embrace his culture to his fullest potential and harness this energy into all of his performances, using music as a tool to educate, inspire and create conversation in our community.
Tenaya graduated from the Vocal Identification Program after 6 years and continues her journey with the KARI Singers. She is proud that she gets to embrace her culture through performance and educate audience members through traditional Aboriginal songs and language.
Tenaya is in her second year at the Australian Catholic University Strathfield completing a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science. She is aspiring to be an Exercise Physiologist.
Tenaya is currently working part time at Frangos Gregory Hills whilst studying full time.
A member of the Kamilaroi (Gamilaraay) nation, Jasmine has been performing since Year 8 and was a previous participant of the KARI Vocal Identification Program. After graduating, Jasmine continues her journey as a part of the KARI Singers.
Jasmine accredits her confidence to perform to mentors Blake, Sarah, Wendy and her peers after participating in the Vocal Identification Program.
Jasmine is proud to represent her culture through her performances with the KARI Singers and hopes to continue to do so for many years to come.