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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

Pacific Pride Choir

Phone: 
0432 175 379
Mobile: 
0432 175 379

Strange Weather Gospel Choir

Strange Weather Gospel Choir is a Canberra community performance choir consisting of around 30 non-auditioned singers whose shared passion and love for music aims to inspire and move audiences. Our members are from all walks of life; young adults to retirees and the full spectrum of religious belief to non-belief. What unites our members is a love of singing together in a supportive environment.

"SingSpire Chorus"

We are a friendly community minded choir for men and women! We sing songs with piano accompaniment, and sometimes acappella. Auditions or musical knowledge not required. We rehearse weekly on Tuesday evenings 7.00pm to 9.00pm in the Function Room of NLCC, 2 McKenzie Rd Woombye/Nambour. (adjacent to Nambour Christian College) Visitors are always welcome! If you are not too keen on the traditional type of choir, but want something more than just a singing group, then SingSpire Chorus may be just right for you! Our website www.singspirechorus.weebly.com

Phone: 
0401270476

The Bridges

A locally based community choir in Hurstbridge, we like to focus on expressing the particular interests of those within the group. Songs are most often chosen by our members and our arrangements are written to suit the ensemble.
We meet Tuesday evenings during school terms from 7.30-9PM at the Hurstbridge Community Hub. Contace Hana for more information at hana@gourleymuisc.com

Phone: 
0412200419
Mobile: 
0412200419

Summer Hill Community Choir

The Summer Hill Community Choir is a fun opportunity for unexperienced and experienced community members to sing!

The choir has been actively rehearsing and performing, on and off, on a seasonal basis since 2014. They recently performed at the Summer Hill Folk Festival and sung two seasons of traditional Christmas Carols, a season of folk music and 60's soul music.

Hear the Summer Hill Community Choir backing the incredible Catgut bluegrass band: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--0va1Klbag

Rehearsal times: Monday's 6pm-7pm

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Absolutely Everybody Brisbane Festival Choir

Absolutely Everybody Brisbane Festival Choir

Increasing the fun and excitement, leading to Brisbane International Singers Festival 2016 we bring you not just a full weekend of singing, but four extra bonus rehearsals for the Absolutely Everybody Festival Choir.

With exceptional conductors, including Dr Jonathon Welch AM and Dr Kathleen McGuire.

All included in the one low festival Early Bird registration fee. $129 Adult and $109 Concession, pay by 15 April.

Mobile: 
0417 075 053

King Tide Community Choir

This choir is open to everyone without audition. The aim is to have a big community choir that caters to a big cross-section of the community from mothers with young children to retired people. Our rehearsal venue is located next to the local playground to assist with the managing of children. We focus on singing songs that are relatively easy to learn and are in 2, 3 or 4 part harmony or are rounds. This allow us to get into a fun and often meditative groove so we can all experience the joy of singing together in harmony.

We're on Facebook...just look up King Tide Community Choir

Mobile: 
0425807262
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