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Welcome to our choir

After so many Zoom practices and no concerts in 2021, 2022 looks like it will be a good year for singing.  At the moment we have six concerts in retirement villages scheduled along with two public concerts.

On Sunday, 15 May, at 2pm we will be singing at the Thornleigh Hillcrest Uniting Church, 1-3 Paling Street, Thornleigh.

On Sunday, 11 September, at 2.30pm we will be singing at the Hornsby RSL Club, 4 High Street, Hornsby.

At both of these concerts, as well as the choir singing, a guest artist will be performing.

At this stage, after 2 years of postponements, the MCAA Festival is planned to go ahead on Sunday, 30 October.  Final decisions will be taken by the end of July.

We look forward to harmonious and successful year of singing in 2022 and would welcome new choristers to the choir.  If you are interested, click the Contacts tab for more information.

Updated 27 March 2022

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Listen to our music

Ku-Ring-Gai Male Choir: Live In Concert

Enjoy some of our favourite songs, recorded live at our concerts.

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Do you hear the people sing?

Every time I feel the spirit.

Deus salutis

World War I medley

Jabin Jabin

American Trilogy

Hand me down my silver trumpet

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In Harmony since 1946

About us

Our philosophy

Concerts

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 40 performing members.

The choir is currently under the musical direction of Dr Paul Whiting and accompanied by Hank Xiang.

The choir would like to acknowledge the generous support of Ku-ring-gai Council.

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 but would be helpful.

All that is required is a love of music and the commitment to attend the majority of rehearsals.

The Ku-Ring-Gai Male choir has a full annual concert schedule held at retirement villages around the North Shore, with a number of special concerts that are held in larger venues and that attract hundreds of spectators.

All retirement village concerts are conducted in aid of our supported charities. The choir is always interested in talking to prospective venues; if you would like to talk to us about the choir performing at your venue please email us at info@kuringgaimalechoir.org.au

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The choir is a registered charity.