You’re invited to experience the joy, freedom and inspiration of song at your local With One Voice choir!
no auditions and no singing experience needed
all ages, faiths, cultures and backgrounds welcome
participation by tax-deductible donation
Through singing, supper and The Wish List, we build supportive communities better-placed to face challenges like mental illness, social isolation, cultural tension and unemployment.
weekly rehearsals + supper
With One Voice St Kilda is a passionate and a fun-loving choir who look forward to meeting each week. No matter what is your musical taste, we sing songs that get everyone’s toes a-tapping! We welcome anyone to join in our rehearsals as it is a great way to get to know others in your local community whilst doing something that makes you feel great!
Join now! No singing experience necessary, everyone is welcome.
We’re a charity recognized as one of the nations top social innovations. Our inclusive choirs unite communities and improve wellbeing in Australia and globally.
and the winner is ….
December 6, 2017
Congratulations With One Melbourne on being the overall winner of this years Sing for Good challenge!
With One Voice St Kilda is one of Creativity Australia’s social wellbeing and inclusion choirs. We may all come from different walks of life, but singing and a love of music brings us together every Monday evening. We enjoy singing a range of songs, and the welcoming community of our special choir. This particular song was a crowd favourite in our recent Acland Street performances!
With One Voice St Kilda performs at Tobin Brothers Art for the Heart Exhibition Opening
May 19, 2016
With One Voice St Kilda were proud to perform once again at Parliament House, for the opening of The Tobin Brothers Art For the Heart Exhibition.
Lead by Conductor Jolene Moran, With One Voice St Kilda
Art for the Heart is an art exhibition held by Tobin Brothers Funerals that honours the use of creativity as a powerful source of healing and expression during the process of grief. It offers a space for people to tell their stories of loss, love & hope in new ways and to bring the community together to share the often hidden experiences of grief and depression. Many of the artworks were donated for auction to raise money for The Compassionate Friends Victoria.