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Stella A Cappella

This is a mixed a cappella choir that sings in 3-4 part harmonies and rounds. We meet on Tuesdays at 7pm in Hamilton. It is mainly a "singing for enjoyment" choir, but we also occasionally perform.

Blackstone-Ipswich Cambrian Choir

The Choir was founded in 1886 as an adult SATB choir, with the express purpose of competing in what was to become the Queensland Eisteddfod. Given this extensive history, it is now reputed to be Queensland’s longest continuously-performing community choir.

Over the years, the choir has developed into a more broad-based organisation. It now incorporates five ensembles, each with its own distinctive role to play in fostering the development of artistic and musical excellence in the Ipswich community.

Phone: 
(07) 3282 1088

Spring Street Singers

Previously known as Laanysta, the Spring Street Singers are a friendly group of men and women who love making harmony together. Led by the talented and always patient Rob Maxwell-Jones we sing for pleasure, challenge and the occasional performance. We sing every Monday night (apart from January and public holidays) from 7.15pm - 9.30pm at the St John Church Hall in Spring Street, Balmain or Birchgrove. We break for supper and socialising at 8.30 - 9pm before the final sing. New members are always welcome.

Mobile: 
0417171720

The KeyTones Choir

The KeyTones Choir is a dynamic and sociable Fitzroy-based choir with a diverse repertoire including gospel, pop, classical, world music and Broadway standards. The choir began life as The Nurses Choir of Victorian in 1997 at the Melbourne Citymission Chapel in February 1997. In recent years, the choir has opened up membership to the general public and now numbers around 40 choristers from a wide variety of backgrounds and professions.

Phone: 
0395317034

Bankstown World Music Choir

Bankstown World Music choir sings eclectic repertoire, performs occasionally and participates in Bankstown Arts Centre projects.

Monday nights (except during school holidays)
6.30 - 8.00pm
Bankstown Arts Centre
Olympic Parade
Bankstown

Phone: 
02 9839 6247

Lithgow Community Choir

Lithgow Neighbourhood Centre Hall,
1 Padley St, Lithgow

Every Wednesday evening during NSW School terms, 7.30 - 9.00pm

Folk, Gospel, Classical and Popular accapella singing in a fun, friendly and inclusive environment.
No previous singing experience necessary! Come along and experience community music making at its best.

Choir Rocks

Choir Rocks has been developing in tuneful sound under the brilliant directorship of Joanna Weinberg since October 2010.
Choir Rocks has performed at The Rocks Australia Day, Aroma Festival, Blackheath Choir Festival, The Rocks Village Bizarre and in The Events at Belvoir St Theatre.
The choir explore a broad repertoire from global songs to contemporary pop/rock and have co-written a couple of signature choir tunes.

Good Vibrations

Good Vibrations is an a cappella community choir on the northern beaches singing an eclectic repertoire with an emphasis on fun! If you love to bop in the basement, croon in the car, shout in the shower, (maybe even keen in the kitchen?) and have a high tolerance for Dad jokes, then this is the choir for you!

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Swing Out Mama

Hi there - our choir master is Rob Maxwell Jones. We are a smallish bunch of mostly mums and locals (around 10-15). A few years ago we made a CD and would be happy to send you a copy. We meet weekly in term time, Wednesdays 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm.

Mobile: 
0437 396 871
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Choral Workshop: Great Anglican Anthems

St James Anglican Church 173 King Street, Sydney invites singers and members of choirs to a choral workshop on

Saturday 5 November 2016 10:30 - 5:00pm

Warren Trevelyan Jones - Director
Amy Moore - Soprano soloist and vocal coach
Alistair Nelson - Organist

Repertoire will include: Wesley Blessed Be the God and Father, Mendelssohn Hear My Prayer and works by Byrd,Purcell, Stanford and Britten
Cost $30 which includes scores and afternoon tea.
For Registration and further information phone 8227 1303 or email organist@sjks.org.au

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