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Loud and Clear

Loud and Clear is a friendly, non auditioned choir that meets during the day at the Ithaca Hall in Red Hill during school terms.
We sing a variety of music including world, modern, popular and the occasional classical piece.
Loud and Clear perform several times a year at a respite centre, arts fundraisers and other community events.

Going For a Song

Going For a Song is a friendly, non auditioned community choir that meets during school terms. Our repertoire is very varied and includes modern Australian, popular, world music and the odd classical number.
The choir performs several times a year, often in community venues celebrating the various stages of life!
We meet on Monday nights in the Ithaca Hall on Enoggera Terrace in Red Hill.

Corella

Corella has been singing together for about seven years. The choir sings in many languages including Aboriginal languages such as Pitjantjatjara and Darug. We are a friendly, social group that welcomes singers at all levels who enjoy singing in harmony. We sing a wide range of music and especially enjoy folk musics from around the world. Thursday nights. Our musical director is Christina Mimmocchi

Phone: 
0410682061

Sing Your Heart Out

Sing Your Heart Out (Thursday mornings, Rockdale Town Hall) began as a Seniors' Week project at Rockdale Council a few years ago. At the end of the project the singers refused to disband! The choir continues to meet and rehearse and is actively involved in the local community, performing at local events and in retirement villages. The choir is currently working on a project called The Story Quilt which combines storytelling and songs. Our musical director is Christina Mimmocchi.

Phone: 
04106820621

Fiestaville Multicultral Choir

We celebrate cultural and musical diversity and welcome singers from everywhere, especially if you are keen to sing in different languages. As well as singing weekly on Tuesday mornings, we undertake various projects such as the storytelling/singing/performance "Amulet" which we toured to the National Folk Festival in Canberra in 2017. Upcoming projects include a the creation of a multicultural song book and a collaboration with local writers' groups. Our musical director is Christina Mimmocchi.

Phone: 
0410682061

The Mooncatchers

This newly-formed women's singing group (as at 3/18) welcomes all women singers regardless of experience or training. Sing in uplifting two and three part harmony. Songs of life, loss and the universe ... Meets Monday mornings 11am-midday during school term at the Women's Library in Brown Street, Newtown.

Phone: 
0410682061

Melbourne Contemporary Choir (MCCHOIR Macleod)

Melbourne Contemporary Choir is the 'Choir of Choice'. Have you previously belonged to choirs or sung in a vocal group? Looking for a more creative outlet to express yourself? Learn to sing with us at exciting concerts, studio recordings and corporate events. Join at two great locations: Carlton (MON nights 6.45PM - 251 Faraday Street Carlton) and Macleod (THUR nights 7.30PM - 7 Birdwood Ave Macleod).

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Urban Voices

Urban Voices is a joyous community choir based in Epping, NSW.

Rehearsals are on a Monday Nights from 7.30pm - 9.30pm during school terms.

We sing a wide variety of repertoire and have access to practice tracks so you can practice at home, in the car or walking the dog.

We are a Non-Auditioned choir and welcome all ages & genders.

Alex Pringle is our passionate choir director & musical educator.

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Voice Weavers a Cappella Choir

We sing in multi-part harmony (4+ parts) in differing arrangement styles from Contemporary aCappella to Traditional Choral with an emphasis on Pop-Choral.
Our members are men and women from 15 to 85 from diverse backgrounds and ethnicities.
We provide recorded learning tracks so you don't need to read music to sing with Voice Weavers. Members use the tracks at home to learn their part so that rehearsals are about making beautiful music rather than bashing notes. This also means we can learn more challenging material and sing at a high standard.

Phone: 
(07) 5590-9496
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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 Lanneke Jones, an experienced singer, teacher and director. An a cappella specialist, Lanneke has been a member of The Cafe of the Gate of Salvation and The Song Company. She is also a conductor with The Sydney Children's Choir, and teaches high school music at Loreto Kirribilli.

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