a cappella

Canberra Chordsmen

The Canberra Chordsmen is the premier chorus in the Canberra region for men of all ages who love to sing in harmony.

Members enjoy weekly rehearsals which are both educational and fun along with hanging out with a bunch of guys all united in wanting to sing great music together.

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Andsome Friends

Andsome Friends is a small ensemble performing and recording Miguel Heatwole's a cappella pieces. We'd like to enlarge the ensemble to make it easier to gig more frequently. Based in Sydney, the group’s members have previously been, or currently are, involved in other musical projects: Ecopella, Monsieur Camembert, Solidarity Choir, Bel A Cappella, Touchwood, Vox Humana, Cloud Ten, and the Wayfarers. We'd be particularly pleased to hear from basses or sopranos with a reasonable standard of musical literacy.

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02 9810 4601
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Ecopella

Since 1998 Ecopella has been making choral music for the environment. You might imagine us a gloomy ensemble, but our sense of fun fills each performance with positive and satirical messages. Even when the mood gets serious, the beauty and solemnity of our music is uplifting.

We’ve also created something else quite lovely. A social network of thoughtful people concerned by the crisis facing our world and sharing their voices harmoniously now embraces dozens of us spread out over our six branches.

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02 9810 4601
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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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The Buds Youth A Cappella Choir

For young songbirds looking for a challenge, The Buds A Cappella Choir is looking for new members. Come join one of the hottest youth ensembles poised to take the Melbourne choral community by storm!

Baby sister group to The Poppies a cappella quartet, The Buds is open for singers of secondary school age up to 25 years (and no, you won't ever be kicked out based on age!).

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0439768933
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Brisbane City Sounds

Brisbane City Sounds is a women's a cappella chorus with a passion for harmony singing. Our members are from all walks of life, across all ages, and from all over Brisbane, and we are always on the lookout for new members to join our chorus.

Sydney Vocal Project

Sydney Vocal Project is a singers group for auditioned and competant harmony singers. They have created a fun, but no nonsense, fast paced learning environment. We have a very quick repertoire turn over, even quicker learning expectation - away from rehearsals and don't get bogged down in more than 2 rehearsals per month.

Looking for your next vocal group challenge? Auditions are January and Mid year. Call Jim on 0404 881 302

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Ensemble Gombert

Ensemble Gombert is Melbourne’s outstanding chamber choir, noted for its pure intonation and historic approach to choral sound and style. Named after Nicolas Gombert (c. 1495 – 1560), who has been largely ignored in the twentieth century despite an exemplary reputation amongst his contemporaries, the Ensemble specialises in a cappella performance of Franco-Flemish music of the High Renaissance.

Phone: 
(03) 9004 5412

Mood Swing

Mood Swing is made up of about 20 members. Some have been here since the beginning, some joined this year and others fit somewhere in the middle. We have an exacting standard of singing - we are just not sure what that exactly is!

One of the most important facets of Mood Swing is that we have fun with what we do and it comes across not only in our singing, but also in our performances. We may not have perfected laughing and singing at the same time, but we give it a fair go!

Jubila Singers

Jubila Singers is a SATB choir on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia.

We sing vibrant music from cultures which have a strong harmonic tradition. We sing primarily a cappella and only rarely in English. We also tackle some music from the Western classic tradition – the classical component takes up about a third of our repertoire. Singers learn by ear or they learn from notated music and sound files – most singers read music, some don’t. Details of the skill level are on the FAQ part of the website.

Phone: 
0422 005 901
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