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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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.


A brand new choir, starting in July 2011, one of a number of choirs under the SingUp! umbrella.

0403 008 570
0403 008 570

Glorious MUdsingers, The

A secular choir of more than 80 voices, our mission is to connect with each other and with the wider community through song, with a philosophy that singing in harmony is a powerful metaphor for the world! We aim for each one of our performances to be unpredictable, uplifting and full of opportunities for joining in. That's our aim for rehearsals, too.

New World Rhythm

New World Rhythm –is performance choir who love to entertain with a variety of music styles from the rhythmic sounds of World Music including African, Celtic, Greek and Russian, to the sweet traditional tones of Gospel and Folk Music as well as some Brian Martin originals!

This group is a family, a tribe who specialize in spreading joy and unity through singing stunning harmonies and having fun.
We provide a joyful and supportive singing enviroment with 'Sectional Assistants' extra rehearsals and professional instructional Cds/mp3's available on the website.

07 3103 3074

Akappella Munda

Akappella munda is a choir that sings the usual 4 parts, and has a lot of fun doing so.

We rehearse in Kalamunda at the Town Square Community Hall (5 Barber street) opposite the post office on Saturday afternoons from 2:30 (3:30 on Market Days -1st Sat each month).

We perform around the Hills, and down on the flat at festivals and events (even at the airport over Christmas). Most years we get away to an intensive singing weekend (e.g. Denmark, Katanning).

Our Choirmaster, Digby Hill, leads us gently to raise our voices to the serene, but with bounce!

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