No matter what age you are or what language you speak, singing offers opportunities to learn, grow, and express who you are.
You are warmly welcomed to share songs and supper at your local With One Voice choir. Led by professional conductors, our choirs meet weekly and have the opportunity to perform a number of times throughout the year. No singing experience is necessary. There’s no need to book or audition, simply come along and try it out.
Creativity Australia’s With One Voice choirs welcome people from all faiths, cultures and backgrounds, aged 9 to 90. Age, race, language, religion, disability and disadvantage fade away. We require that children be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Please locate your nearest choir below, or contact us for more information.
Altona Meadows (VIC)
Gold Coast (QLD)
Greater Dandenong (VIC)
St Kilda (VIC)
If you decide to join; download a Registration Form or just pick one up from the choir. Feel free to contact us should you require more information.
Participation is by tax deductible donation, which helps sponsor attendance for disadvantaged participants. Want to help change the tune for someone in need? Follow this link to Sponsor Someone. We have several different payment option plans ranging from $80 to $600 per year, so you can choose as per your circumstance. If you cannot afford to contribute financially for your membership at this time, you are still welcome to become a member. We only ask that you reconsider if your circumstances change.
The repertoire of songs varies from choir to choir, with every effort made to provide variety in genre and complexity. Old favourites mixed with catchy contemporary tunes ensure an enjoyable experience for all.
On several occasions our choirs are invited to perform at events and functions, often in collaboration with other charities. If you have an opportunity for our choir members to spread the joy of song, please contact us.
Neuroscience proves singing makes you healthier, happier, smarter and more creative. So join us in song!
“I love to hear a choir. I love the humanity, to see the faces of real people devoting themselves to a piece of music. I like the teamwork. It makes me feel optimistic about the human race when I see them cooperating like that.”