Following a tremendous tour at Just Festival 2013, Soweto Melodic Voices, with the continued support of the University Chaplaincy, are fundraising hard to return to Edinburgh in August and further their community work in Soweto.
Soweto Melodic Voices are a young choir from South Africa. The choir members, aged 15-25 years, grew up amidst the poverty of Soweto and experienced first-hand hardships and bereavement through HIV/AIDS. Transcending these hardships through friendship, mutual support and shared joys of performing, the group raises funds for the prevention, treatment and orphans of HIV/AIDS.
We are welcoming donations of any sum through JustGiving. Donors will receive two free specially recorded song downloads!
If you’d like to further support the work of the Soweto Melodic Voices then please get in touch with The Chaplain, Rev Dr Harriet Harris directly at:
You can find out more about the choir and their work in an exclusive interview on the Chaplaincy webpages:
Chaplaincy blog post on Soweto Melodic Voices
The Chaplaincy Centre is open to all students, regardless of faith. We provide a relaxed space for studying, eating lunches, socialising or just taking time out.