New South Wales

Fiestaville Multicultral Choir

We celebrate cultural and musical diversity and welcome singers from everywhere, especially if you are keen to sing in different languages. As well as singing weekly on Tuesday mornings, we undertake various projects such as the storytelling/singing/performance "Amulet" which we toured to the National Folk Festival in Canberra in 2017. Upcoming projects include a the creation of a multicultural song book and a collaboration with local writers' groups. Our musical director is Christina Mimmocchi.


Scales of Justice

The Scales of Justice choir is the staff choir of Legal Aid NSW and meets in the Legal Aid building in Haymarket on Monday afternoons 4.15-5.15 during term time. You don't have to be on the right or the wrong side of the law to sing with us, just have a love of singing and be keen to do the occasional community gig. No auditions. Christina Mimmocchi is our musical director.


The Mooncatchers

This newly-formed women's singing group (as at 3/18) welcomes all women singers regardless of experience or training. Sing in uplifting two and three part harmony. Songs of life, loss and the universe ... Meets Monday mornings 11am-midday during school term at the Women's Library in Brown Street, Newtown.


Under Didthul choral competition

Thu, 20/09/2018 - 9:00am - Sun, 23/09/2018 - 3:00pm

The Rotary Club of Milton‐Ulladulla will sponsor an inaugural competition for choirs from Thursday 20th
September 2018 until Sunday 23rd September 2018, to be held in the Milton-Ulladulla area. If successful, the
event will become biannual.
A “choir” comprises not less than 10 people nor more than 50, is a capella, and completely amateur. The
number of choirs is limited to 16, on a first come basis. Entry fee is $95 per person, and $85 for early birds.
Expression of interest forms can be found at http://www.rotaryclubofmiltonulladulla.org.au/choir

Contact Name: 
Emile jansen
Contact Phone: 
Contact Email: 
choir [at] rotaryclubofmiltonulladulla [dot] org [dot] au
Venue Name: 
Dunn-Lewis Centre

Urban Voices

Urban Voices is a joyous community choir based in Epping, NSW.

Rehearsals are on a Monday Nights from 7.30pm - 9.30pm during school terms.

We sing a wide variety of repertoire and have access to practice tracks so you can practice at home, in the car or walking the dog.

We are a Non-Auditioned choir and welcome all ages & genders.

Alex Pringle is our passionate choir director & musical educator.

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Sea Naturals

The Sea Naturals are a Cronulla-based a cappella choir. We have been running (and singing together!) since 2011.
The choir’s director is Georgina Andrews.
The Sea Naturals sing everything from African music, jazz and pop to gospel. We're a very social choir, bringing people of all ages together with a common interest. We especially love our fundraising concerts and work hard each year for charity. We have sung to support Relay for Life, local Women's health support centres, disability services and Cancer research.


The Song Company Presents Byrd Round Table

Sat, 03/02/2018 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Australia's premier vocal ensemble is presenting their first program of the year, Byrd Round Table.

Contact Name: 
The Song Company
Contact Phone: 
02 8272 9500
Contact Email: 
mail [at] song [dot] company
Venue Name: 
Entrance Court, Art Gallery of NSW
Sydney 2000
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Sydney Alterna Choir

The inner west's new alternative choir, singing local and international indie, pop, gospel and world music.


The Rosellas

A choir for people who like to sing in the morning.

This group meets each Thursday morning during school terms at 10.30am at The Padstow Anglican Church - 102 Iberia St Padstow.

The repertoire is a mixture of pop, classical, gospel, folk, world music and show tunes.

No auditions are required and we like to give performances whenever possible.

The rehearsals start at 10.30am and go for 90 minutes.

The church is close to bus routes and a short walk from Padstow station.

For more information please call 0414 869 352.

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