70TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT - IN SUPPORT OF STREETWORK
2016 is the Ku-ring-gai Male Choir's 70th anniversary, having been founded in 1946 following the Second World War.
To celebrate this milestone the choir is pleased to announce our 70th Anniversary Concert on Sunday 9 October at 2.30pm at Willoughby Uniting Church, 10 Clanwilliam Street, Willoughby.
Tickets are $20, with all proceeds raised going to help StreetWork - an association dedicated to helping at-risk youth in the Sydney area.
Please click here to book (this link will open the TryBooking website in a new window).
The successful Ku-ring-gai Male Choir is one of the oldest performing male voice choirs in Australia.
Founded by ex-servicemen following the Second World War, the choir has been in harmony since 1946 and today has over 45 performing members.
The choir is currently under the musical direction of Dr Paul Whiting and accompanied by acclaimed pianist Grace Edwards-Barnetson.
The members of Ku-ring-gai Male Choir are brought together with the common desire of making music, coupled with social interaction.
We are a non-audition choir and new members are always welcome; we do not ask that you sing like a professional, and the ability to read music is not required.
All that is required is a love of music and the commitment to attend the majority of rehearsals.
Come & sing with us
The Choir rehearses every Tuesday night at St Swithuns Church, Telegraph Road, Pymble.
During the concert season, most concerts are also held on Tuesday nights..
Why not come along to one of our rehearsals, where you can see how the choir rehearses.
02 9416 3502 (John Middleton)