Qantas choirs sing ‘I still call Australia home’ in newly launched online film via The Monkeys

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Qantas choirs sing ‘I still call Australia home’ in newly launched online film via The Monkeys

Qantas has worked with The Australian Girls Choir and The Gondwana National Choir to create a new online video via The Monkeys.

 

The children in the video, who sing the iconic ‘I Still Call Australia Home’ song, are located all over Australia from Toowoomba (QLD) and Wollongong (NSW) to Albany (WA) and Adelaide (SA). The children aged 8 to 18 filmed themselves on phones in their own homes with the help of their siblings and parents.

Qantas engaged The Monkeys to compile the footage and develop the final version.

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The composer and musical director is Elliott Wheeler, founder of Turning Studios who has been working with Qantas on creating their Centenary campaign launch.

Says Stephanie Tully, chief customer officer, Qantas: “If isolation and travel restrictions have shown Australians anything, it’s how much they value seeing the people and places they love.

“As domestic and trans-Tasman travel restrictions begin to ease, we hope this short video inspires people to start thinking about their next trip, particularly to destinations that are a little closer to home.”