Welcome back for 2020

PLEASE NOTE:  All practice and concerts have been suspended due to the Corona Virus Pandemic.

After a break over the Christmas and New Year period, the choir is returning at the end of January for another year of camaraderie and song.

We are pleased to already be able to publish our 2020 concert schedule which welcomes back a number of retirement villages where the choir has perfomed previously, as well as several new additions this year. Please see our Concerts page for more details.

One of the major highlights for the year will be the Male Choirs Association of Australia Festival, taking place on Sunday 1 November at the Sydney Town Hall. The Ku-Ring-Gai Male Choir is one of the founding members of the MCAA and we eagerly look forward to the massed choir concerts, which take place every three years. The sound of over 400 men filling a wonderful venue with sound is not to be missed! Further details will be provided nearer the time.

Listen to our music

Ku-Ring-Gai Male Choir: Live In Concert

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



About Us

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 Louise Scott.

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


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Our Philosophy

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.


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Concerts

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.


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