Choirs in Australia - A
    • Adelaide Chamber Singers Based in Adelaide, South Australia, Adelaide Chamber Singers was formed in 1985 by its director Carl Crossin. The ensemble has established a substantial reputation wherever it has performed and is widely recognized as one of Australia’s leading chamber choirs.

    • Adelaide Male Voice Choir The Adelaide Male Voice Choir was founded in 1884 after several letters had been written to the papers deploring the fact that the only male choir music performed in Adelaide at that time was sung in the German language.  A meeting of interested men was held at premises in Rundle Street, near where the Regent Arcade now stands, and it was decided to form a male voice choir to be known as the Adelaide English Glee Society.

    • Adelaide Philharmonia Chorus  The Adelaide Philharmonia Chorus is the premier large choir in South Australia, singing a range of music including the major classical composers to contemporary. The Chorus is committed to the pursuit of excellence in performing large-scale choral works and new works. The Chorus regularly performs in Adelaide and travels to regional centres. The choir is available for engagements.

    • Alexandra Chorale, Brisbane The Alexandra Chorale is Brisbane's newest community choral ensemble. Members of the choir are of all ages, drawn from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, and dedicated to fine music making. The Chorale is based at the heritage-listed Queen Alexandra House in Coorparoo, from which the ensemble takes it's name.

    • Australian Girls Choir Established in 1984, the AGC is the most dynamic children's choir in the country, with thousands of girls learning singing, dancing and performing in their fun and playful classes. Any girl with a love of the performing arts is invited to join a junior training level of the choir

    • Australian Intervarsity Choral Societies Association AICSA aims to encourage and further the performance of, and interest in, choral music by Australian tertiary students, through an interchange of ideas and music, and through the discussion of mutual problems

    • Australian Rugby Choir The Australian Rugby Choir Inc. is a Choir of male voices, which aims to promote singing in the community both through participation at rugby matches and other community and charitable events. The Choir is a non-profit organisation with the love of rugby and singing for enjoyment binding its Members.

    • Australian Voices The mission of The Australian Voices is to commission, perform, record and promote the music of Australian composers to the highest international artistic standards. Since 1993, The Australian Voices have championed an astonishing flourish of new Australian vocal music, having commissioned hundreds of new works. Much of this new music captures vividly the vibrant sound, colour, and energy of the Australian continent and its people. The singers, aged between 17 and 28 come from different Australian cities and commit to a rigorous professional schedule of concerts and workshops, both in Australia and throughout the world. This vocal ensemble has been recognised by many international awards and honours as one of the finest of its type in the world.

    • Australian Welsh Male Choir - The beginnings of the Choir can be traced back to Christmas 1973 when a group of predominantly Welsh expatriates, who loved singing, gathered together at the Frankston Pines Soccer Club. They formed a Choir known as the “Cambrian Singers”. They later became known as the Frankston Welsh Male Choir. The first performance of this choir was on the 20th October 1974 at the dedication service for the Chapel at the Victoria Police Academy, Glen Waverley. On the 24th June 1980 the name was changed to The Victoria Welsh Male Choir and new colours were presented to the Choir by Patron Mr. Sidney Baillieu Myer. In April 1985, the name was finally changed to the Australian Welsh Male Choir.