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.

HOW TO JOIN
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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REHEARSALS EVERY TUESDAY
during NSW public school terms 7.00 – 9.30 pm
at
Phillips Hall,
Gardiner Crescent,
Blackheath.

MUSIC
We provide music for each concert repertoire.  The cost of the music varies but is generally $10-20 depending on how it is sourced.
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MEMBERSHIP FEES
Membership fees are payable at the start of each term. Currently (2022) termly fees are $120 (concession $100).

WANT TO KNOW MORE?  02 4700 9308

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Contact us

Click here for
tickets for our next concert

Join the Phoenix Choir
secretary@phoenixchoir.org.au

Mailing list for future concerts
president@phoenixchoir.org.au

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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