4-part acappella

Sea Naturals

The Sea Naturals are a Cronulla-based a cappella choir. We have been running (and singing together!) since 2011.
The choir’s director is Georgina Andrews.
The Sea Naturals sing everything from African music, jazz and pop to gospel. We're a very social choir, bringing people of all ages together with a common interest. We especially love our fundraising concerts and work hard each year for charity. We have sung to support Relay for Life, local Women's health support centres, disability services and Cancer research.


Chordial Arrangements

Conductor and leader is Robert Maxwell-Jones mobile no 0437396871 We meet on a Tuesday night during school terms. We are a small friendly joyous group of men and women singing a range of pieces arranged by Rob and others including modern and traditional songs as well as songs from around the world.


Inversion Vocal Group

Brand new 2017 mixed-voice contemporary vocal group on the North side of Brisbane, Inversion Vocal Group is an auditioned accompanied and a cappella group. Best suited for ages between 16 and 55, the group is seeking talented singers with music reading ability preferred but not essential. For more information and upcoming auditions, please see our Facebook page.


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Pop up Choir

Under the musical direction of Rachel Hore OAM, the Pop up choir is a big and gorgeous choir that welcomes new singers. Come along as a casual, or join up weekly to sing a fabulous repertoire of songs arranged and written by Rachel. We sing at concerts, street pop ups, festivals, conferences, market days and more. More info www.rachelhore.com


WOYAYA! is an Acappella community choir directed by Jane Younghusband. The repertoire showcases a wide range of beautiful songs from around the world, including Africa, Macedonia, and Papua Guinea, alongside Gospel and contemporary songs from closer to home. WOYAYA! celebrates the beautiful sounds from many cultures, their differences and their similarities. People sing for many reasons - in celebration, to lament and grieve, to make a joke or a political statement. They sing to express their love, their devotion, and their anger.

Adelaide Allsorts Harmony Chorus

The Adelaide Allsorts is a mixed voice chorus. We rehearse at The Corner, Warradale on Tuesday evenings and are the current Australian 2nd place and Pan Pacific mixed Barbershop chorus Champions.

Training 6-7pm
Main Chorus 6:45-9:45pm

We are particularly looking for male singers (or males who would like to learn to sing).

Visitors always welcome.


For Crying Out Loud community choir

We are a relaxed, friendly, welcoming "community choir" who love to sing with others in harmony. There is no requirement of being able to read music, and no experience necessary. We're now in Morningside and we welcome new members.

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