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17-year-old Leela Gibson John with 100-y
17-year-old Leela Gibson John with 100-y
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Intergenerational Duets is a community arts project that promotes friendships across generations, celebrates connection through music, and fights the negative stigma of ageing.

Each teenage musician will be partnered with a senior musician. Together, over eight-week period participants will get to know one another, go on to plan, rehearse and perform a duet of their choosing; through a program of guided intergenerational collaboration.

Each pair will be connected through a love of music.

Our first rendition of Intergenerational Duets will be based in the City of Port Phillip in Victoria.

Please note: 

  • Participants will work with their partner under supervision at all times. 

  • All Embraced staff are vetted by police and working with children’s checks. 

  • All activities will take place in a community setting such as a Community Centre / Hall. 


Applications are now open 

We are now accepting applications for Intergenerational Duets in the City of Port Phillip. Musicians aged between 15-17 or over 65 years old who live in the City of Port Phillip are eligible.  


Applications will close as soon as all places are filled. We encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible. 

If you have any questions about the application, please email and we will be in touch to answer any questions.  

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