Join Phoenix Choir

Phoenic Logo 2 transparentNew members are always welcome

Phoenix Choir is a community choir, singing predominantly classical music, which rehearses in Blackheath but draws members from the middle and upper mountains and Lithgow (and sometimes beyond).

Phoenix Choir_11112018Whilst we have many experienced singers, membership is open to anyone who is willing to learn and we provide on-line music resources and extra workshops and rehearsals particularly to help those who do not read music and /or are discovering and developing their singing voice. We rehearse weekly during the school terms with a professional accompanist and musical director who train the choir to high-quality performances.

Come along any Tuesday night to one of our weekly rehearsals. Or attend one of our concerts and have a chat with us afterwards. You are welcome to come to your first three rehearsals as a guest before you join.

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during public school terms 7.00 – 9.30 pm
Phillips Hall,
Gardiner Crescent,

clipart-music-staffAll scores are provided from our extensive music library, and singers usually get the choice to buy their score or borrow. If you buy your score you can mark as you please without needing to rub out your markings.  We also have our music on-line in a program to help you learn and sometimes also provide recording tracks of other singers for further assistance.

Membership fees are payable at the start of each term.

WANT TO KNOW MORE?  02 4700 9308

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Enquiries – 02 4700 9308

We rehearse on Tuesday evenings during the NSW school term from 7pm to 9:30pm at the Phillips Hall, Gardiner Crescent in Blackheath.

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