QPAC Choir

Are you ready to make music?

Something magical happens when a group of individuals sing together, making music so much greater than the sum of its parts.

The QPAC Chamber Choir is a contemporary community choir for adults aged 18 years and over. Rehearsing from 6.30pm – 8.30pm on Monday evenings, the QPAC Chamber Choir provides access to imaginative repertoire, challenging skill development, social opportunities and public performances.

The choir is QPAC’s longest running public engagement activity and is proudly presented each year as part of the artistic program.

Led by Choirmaster Timothy Sherlock and supported by accompanist Tina Liu, the choir has presented a range of exhilarating performances and collaborations in a wide range of styles and genres – from choral masterworks, to pop and jazz standards; from Broadway showtunes to contemporary Australian choral compositions.

Throughout the year, the choir takes part in a variety of performance opportunities. These include key events in the QPAC calendar, including an annual QPAC Choir Showcase concert, open rehearsals, Brisbane Open House and the Spirit of Christmas concerts.

In addition to live performance, the choir has recorded two CD’s: Spirit of Christmas (2013) and Nightsongs (2016).

The QPAC Chamber Choir is a small ensemble (30-40 voices). Auditions are held annually in a friendly, supportive environment. Auditioning singers will be required to prepare a set work and perform it in an assigned trio ensemble (soprano/alto/baritone) at the time of the audition.

Registrations for the 2022 Chamber Choir are now closed.

For all other queries relating to the QPAC Choir, please get in touch via choir@qpac.com.au

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