Nelson Sound

Nelson Sound is a choir for both men and women. We currently have around 25 members aged 30's - 70's. We have been together for 14 years and perform all over Hobart town. Our repertoire is mostly popular tunes from different eras. We sing 3 and 4 part harmonies accompanied and acappella. We perform in many events including the festival of the voices. This year we want to boost our numbers and are after more women to come join our group. We don't hold auditions but you need to have some experience at singing in a choir, being able to read music is also an advantage but not essential.


Allegri Ensemble

Allegri Ensemble is a tightly-knit group of Hobart’s finest choral singers drawn from many choirs, some of whom are soloists in their own right.

Established in 2010 by Musical Director Andrew Bainbridge (Organist of St Mary’s Cathedral Hobart and Assistant Chorusmaster of the TSO Chorus), the choir enjoyed sell-out perfomances of Handel's Messiah in 2010, 2011 and 2014 and continues to go from strength to strength, performing several concerts each year with repertoire spanning from medieval times to the 21st century.


Sisongke is a joyous dynamic community choir based in Hobart, Tasmania. We are open to everyone, regardless of singing ability. The name "Sisongke" means "together" in Zulu, which reflects our origins as an "African" choir, 20 years ago. But now we sing all sorts of World Music, including music from the Pacific Islands, Aboriginal music, Italian, European Folk Music, etc.

We are an "a capella" choir, which means that (most of the time) we sing without any instruments. Sometimes the odd drum or wind instrument creeps in, but no loud electronic instruments or orchestras.

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Southern Gospel Choir

The Southern Gospel Choir is unique in Australia. Their very contemporary sound draws on the grooves and harmonic structures of jazz, funk, soul, house and hip-hop and yet maintains the heart and soul of traditional gospel through beautiful and powerful melodies and vocal arrangements, and the irrepressible, uncontainable joy that is gospel music.

Hobart Harmony Chorus Incorporated

Hobart Harmony Chorus is a group of women who love to sing, perform, have fun, make friends, and best of all, love the musical art form of Close four-part barbershop harmony.

Would you like to join us? You are most welcome to come along to one of our rehearsals:

When: Mondays - 7.15 pm - 9.45 pm
Where: Hobart City of Christ Church, 8 Goulburn Street, Hobart
Contact: Jan - 6229 4806 or Kathryn – 6243 9692
Email: hobartharmony@gmail.com

036243 9692

The Tasmanian Chorale

The Tasmanian Chorale is a self-funding, Hobart based choir of around 45 auditioned singers. We are firmly committed to a high standard in performance of choral music, and schedule major concerts each year. Our repertoire covers a wide range of choral music from larger works with orchestra to smaller works both accompanied and a cappella. We rehearse for 2 hours from 7:30 to 9:30 on Wednesday evenings at Wesley Hall in Melville St. Jamie Allen was appointed as our new musical director this year - Jamie has extensive experience as a nationally renowned tenor

Sing For Your Life!

The Sing For Your Life! Choir is a community choir based in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Since starting up in 2005 with about a dozen members, we now have more than 120 singers regularly rehearsing and performing together.

We are an a cappella choir and we sing a great range of songs from around the world. Although our repertoire includes songs from various religious faiths, we are not affiliated with any religious groups.

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Nourish Womens Choir

Nourish Womens Choir is a vibrant womens choir of around 25 - 35 women ranging in age and experience. We meet Tuesdays at 80 Swanston St Newtown from 5.45 - 7.30pm and the cost is $10 per session.
The choir diector Betsy Hanson has been singing, leading choirs and performing for many years both in Tasmania and Northern NSW.
Her approach is to ensure that the group is uplifted, rejuvenated, encouraged and for each person to go home with a sore belly from laughing,as well as a nice big head from creating beautiful music!
We do perform and have a blast whenever we do!

Choir Of High Hopes Hobart Inc.

The Journey so far ...

The Choir was formed in October 2007 by Jenny Chapman, in
response to the TV documentary ‘Choir of Hard Knocks’. Jenny met
Jonathon Welch who introduced her to RecLink, the organisation
behind the now famous, Choir of Hard Knocks, and Jenny found
many willing volunteers who helped her establish and run the Choir.
As a consequence of this performance, the Choir has received
invitations to perform for the rest of 2008-2011.

The Choir of High Hopes first performed Christmas Carols in the

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