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Concert Schedule 2024

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, further details of which can be found here. 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.

Our concerts at retirement villages are private events.  Should you wish to attend one of these concerts, please contact the village to see what arrangements can be made.

Tuesday 5 March

Aminya Village

6 Goolgung Ave, Baulkham Hills

Thursday 23 May

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

Grand Ballroom, Epping Club.

Tuesday 2 July

Alan Walker Village
1 Dalmar Place, Carlingford.

Tuesday 13 August

Huon Park Village
381 Bobbin Head Road, North Turramurra

Sunday 29 September

HORNSBY RSL CONCERT
4 High Street, Hornsby

Tuesday 19 November

Rowland Village
301 Galston Road, Galston

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The Ku-ring-gai Male Choir and The Australian Welsh Male Choir are bringing their new show “Two Choirs: A Choral Celebration” to the Showroom at Hornsby RSL Club. This year’s show will entail a range of special pieces and many favourites, in Welsh, English and of course all parts of the world! Both choirs are thrilled to have Anita Kyle and Lucinda Beck as associate artists, with renowned conductors, Paul Whiting OAM and Tom Buchanan OAM as well as accompanists Hank Xiang and Michelle Nguyen. We invite you to join us for a spectacular choral celebration…

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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.