Ilan Kidron, The Choice Foundation and JCA produce the theme song for the Paralympics

July 25, 2021 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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ARIA Award-winning singer-songwriter Ilan Kidron has written and performed the music Channel 7 will promote the Paralympics.


During lockdown of 2020, while so many all worked out how to move forward in the new circumstances, Sydney-based Ilan Kidron zoomed in with the team at JCA The Choice Foundation to see what creative ideas they could come up with together.

The outcome was “Nothing is Impossible” – a song written collaboratively for members, participants and volunteers of The Choice Foundation. An expression of love and fun during difficult times.

Ilan Kidron turned the song into a joyous, upbeat anthem, and included the voice of Reigan Derry, virtuoso fiddler Ben Adler arranged and plays strings, and 4 young Jewish singers in the choir, Micah Diamond, Demi Jochelson, Ava Boyarsky and Zuri Katama.

The community was then asked to send in footage of them dancing to the song. 160 families sent in videos of themselves, and this was turned into a collaborative videoclip signalling a beautiful coming together of our community.

Channel 7 has heard this song and has chosen “Nothing Is Impossible” to be the promotional song for the Paralympics.

You will be hearing it across all Channel 7 media from 24th July-24th August.

Make sure you turn it up, download it from Spotify  – Nothing Is Impossible – by Glassbreakers – and share it with friends.

The Choice Foundation and JCAe are sharing this win with our community – this is for all of us.

The founder of the foundation Taryn Boyarsky and manager Danielle Wakerman said of the project,” The hope was to create a song that would unite people in support of people with a disability in the community, once we started this process, the song just poured – cascaded – out! “

JCA The Choice Foundation is an endowment fund that supports people with disabilities in our community.

Their focus is to educate, collaborate and innovate on projects that focus on inclusion.

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