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Welcome to our Choir

On Tuesday 9th May the choir enjoyed its fourth performance of the year with a return to the Grange at Waitara. Our choir exists for performances and it was wonderful to see the appreciative crowd. We were also delighted to have Anita Kyle join us in the performance brilliantly accompanied by Hank Xiang. The choir performed the Humming Chorus from Madam Butterfly – the first time we’ve performed a sone with no words at all! The evening concluded with Nothing like a Dame as the final piece, which turned out to be a winner!

This was our fourth performance for 2023 following our performance at the Anglicare Village at Warriwood a couple of weeks ago. We now look forward to singing for the folk at the Glenhaven Green on 27 June and another 5 villages as the year progresses.

For following performances click on Concerts tab on the menu above.

By the way, we have room for new members in our choir, so if you enjoy good singing in good company click on the button at the bottom of the page!

Choir History

The Ku-Ring-Gai Male Choir was
established in 1946 by a small
group of returned servicemen and
others with a common love for

Meet our Music Director and Accompanist

Dr Paul Whiting Music Director
Dr Paul Whiting

Music Director

Hank Xiang Accompanist
Hank Xiang



The 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 40 performing members.

In Harmony since 1946

If you have always thought about singing but haven’t yet jumped in, come along and see how enjoyable it can be!

These are the songs we love as well as Youtube examples of the songs sung by different choirs.

The choir supports a number of charities, which are the recipients of money collected from our concert programme. Charities are reviewed and selected annually by the Executive Committee and the whole choir.
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The choir is a registered charity.

The Ku-ring-gai Male Choir acknowledges Australia’s First Nations Peoples – the First Australians – as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of this land and gives respect to the Elders – past, present and emerging – and through them to all Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.