Delta Goodrem And Gurrumul To Perform Duet On ‘The Voice’

Tonight’s second live final of The Voice will see Delta Goodrem perform a duet with Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
They’ll be singing Bayini, Gurrumul’s original track normally featuring Sarah Blasko – whose part will be voiced by Delta.

The performance coincides with Reconciliation Week (May 27- June 3) and the broadcast will raise awareness across an audience of some two million people.

Born blind, Gurrumul grew up off the coast of tropical North East Arnhem Land, a region of The Northern Territory. The ARIA Award-winning indigenous singer is an attractive affiliation for Delta because she favours blind people has a high tenor, with many of his songs exploring the notions of identity, spirit and connection with the land. Delta will be singing a line in Gurrumul’s native language.

Tune into Channel Nine @ 7:30EST to lap this and MUCH MORE up, duh. As per the usual, we’ll be live blogging the show so check back in with us then for togetherness and powerhouse journeys and that sort of thing.