Sydney

Sydney University Graduate Choir

The Sydney University Graduate Choir is dedicated to high quality performances of great choral music by the established masters and by contemporary composers.

Under the leadership of our Music Director, Christopher Bowen OAM, the core of the Choir’s activity is the three major concerts given annually - May, August and December - in the Great Hall of the University The Choir performs in the annual City of Sydney Christmas Concert in the Town Hall, and looks for opportunities to cooperate with other Choirs and musical organisations.

Sista! Quartet

Sista! formed in 2009, singing four part acappella with swing, pop, showtunes, barbershop and Christmas arrangements in our repertoire. We are a quartet from Northern Beaches Chorus in Sydney.

Phone: 
0414534772
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Triantán

Triantan is the Gaelic word for triangle but we’re just good friends (and singers)! One reviewer says we are "a wake-up call for anyone who thinks Celtic music is misty stuff sung by over-dubbed females who look and sound as though shamrock is a narcotic… The combination of voices is unusual and effective, and their clarity and discipline drive difficult tour-de-force pieces…”

Phone: 
02 9810 4601

Sydney Gay & Lesbian Choir

The Sydney Gay & Lesbian Choir (SGLC) was established in 1991, and is one of Australia's foremost gay and lesbian choirs. SGLC regularly performs at important community events including the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival, as well as hosting two concerts of our own each year. We tour annually, sometimes internationally, sometimes interstate, sometimes locally, and we enjoy recording projects as well.

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choir@sglc.org
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Bel a cappella

Bel a cappella is a chamber choir of 25-30 experienced singers who are dedicated to the performance of diverse, high quality choral music in fine venues around Sydney, conducted by Anthony Pasquill.

Established in 1995 by a few members of Sydney University Musical Society who were looking for the challenges of singing in a smaller group, Bel a cappella continues to attract able singers who are keen to explore the more demanding repertoire to the highest possible standard.

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