Tanya Christensen, Musical Director of the successful Monday Nightingales choir, has been approached by Woollahra Council to start a new singing group. This new community choir is specifically designed to cater for people who have always wanted to sing but have never been able to do so. More experienced singers will also be welcomed as well, especially those who are nervous about singing.
The choir will be led by Tanya with Dewi Lui as accompanist (Dewi is the accomplished accompanist of the Monday Nightingales).
Name: Woolltones (previously Woollahra Community Choir).

9817 4764

Stay Tuned

We are a community choir who meet on a Tuesday night in Dural. We have been meeting since early 2013 and we LOVE to sing!
Our other loves include eating (the suppers are great!), drinking, chatting...and of course, we love to share the love of singing with others.

Our vibrant Music Director Suze Pratten has a way of bringing out the best in us - we have a big, warm harmonious sound and when we sing, we feel (and sound) great!

Our repertoire consists of folk, pop & rock songs all sung in four part harmony, mostly acapella style.

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Making Waves acappella choir

MAKING WAVES is a choir for those who enjoy singing in harmony to make a good sound together.
We meet on a Tuesday evening in Mornington.
We sing a broad range of music, mostly in a’cappella style. The choir is open to all ages, men,women and interested children, and we currently have around 25 singers aged 40’s to 80’s. There are no auditions and musical experience is helpful but not necessary. Every singer joins with a different level of experience, confidence and ability.
Our objectives are:

03 8707 0031

Simply Irresisitble acappella choir

SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE is a choir for those who share a desire to get together to sing great a’cappella music. We currently have around 15 singers who range in age from 40’s to 80’s.
We welcome new adult members of all ages, who can sing in tune and are comfortable singing in harmony. While being able to read music is an advantage, it is not essential as guidance will be given to help you learn the music and improve music reading skills.

03 8707 0031

Newcastle Parkinson's Choir

A unique choir for people with Parkinson's Disease and their loved ones to connect and develop through music.

Build confidence, strengthen your voice, sing as one.

We meet every Tuesday afternoon (1.30 - 3.30pm) at:

Charlestown Multi Purpose Centre,17 James St, Charlestown.



Dr Jonathon Welch AM and the School of Hard Knocks invite you to join Melbourne’s most exciting men’s choir program, building positive physical and mental wellbeing for men of all ages through singing and friendship.

Sunday April 15th – Monday June 11th

0413 804 566

La Trobe University Choral Society (LaTUCS)

LaTUCS is the choir on campus at La Trobe Bundoora! Want to sing? Or not sure if you can but want to have a go? Then we're here for you!!

We're a club of the La Trobe Student Union. We rehearse Wednesday evenings, and meet for dinner beforehand.

Everything you need to know is on our website:

If you're interested in hearing about our concerts & other events, please like our Facebook page to keep informed:

LaTUCS is a member of the Australian Intervarsities Choral Society Association (AICSA). Go to for more information.

Melbourne Acapella Singers

We are a group of enthusiastic singers with a passion for singing acapella music.

Our group was founded early in 2017. We have been growing and learning as we learn the joys of singing together.

We have a small but growing repertoire. We sing mainly modern contemporary songs in an acapella style. Current songs include Royals (PTX arr), Stand by Me, Happy, I Want It that way, White Winter Hymnal (PTX arr), UpTown Funk, Lion Sleeps Tonight, Shake It Off, Cant Help Failing in Love. and etc

0400 399 422

South West Voices

South West Voices is a choir of mixed (male and female) voices which sings a mixture of styles from pop, through to jazz, gospel, world music and classical.

The choir meets each Monday evening from 7pm - 9pm in the hall at St John Anglican Church, Padstow.

102 Iberia St, Padstow.

The choir meets during school terms.

Fees are $17 per week.

Contact Gary on 0414 869 352
or email Gary -

Term starts again on Monday 29th January 2018.

0414 869 352
0414 869 352

Beating Time

Beating Time began 23 years ago under the name of Sydney U3A choir until it became an incorporated body in its own right and, in 2015, changed its name to Beating Time.

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