Thinking July is boring in Hobart!?! Think again

July continues the high notes left behind by Dark Mofo with it’s very own Festival of Voices. This celebration of voice attracts thousands of singers, choristers and music lovers from all over the world. Celebrated in multiple concert halls, theaters and public spaces, this is surely an event not to be missed. Check out below to find out what’s happening when you’re around.

Festival of Voices


By one of Australia’s most critically acclaimed and awarded playwrights, SHIT rocked the boat in Melbourne in 2015, in its premiere at Melbourne Theatre Company’s NEON festival. Loud Mouth’s reputation for new productions of stimulating and defiant contemporary theatre makes them the perfect agents to deliver this acclaimed work to a Hobart audience.

When: 30 Jun – 8 Jul

Where: Theatre Royal Backspace


The (un)fairer sex tour

This sharp-witted and original walking tour of Hobart’s historic Wapping area features rude jokes, bawdy songs and incredible story telling from Anna Kidd. Starting from Maria Lord’s cottage and ending at The Hope and Anchor, you will be taken back to London to follow the fate of Hanny as she changes history.

When: 30 Jun – 16 Jul

Where: Ingle Hall


What Rhymes with Cars and Girls

A tender musical adapted from Tim Rogers’ iconic solo album. Playwright, Aidan Fennessy, has threaded Rogers’ beautiful songs together to create a stunning new tale of contemporary love in Australia. Performed with a live band, it is an intimate musical treasure of two lovers brought together by fate – and a pizza delivery gone wrong.

When: 30 Jun – 15 Jul

Where: Peacock Theatre


Horrible Hobart

A short, funny and family friendly walking tour of Franklin Square that uses song, character and story to capture Tasmanian history in all its gruesome glory. Featuring tales of body snatchers, men frozen to death and pop songs rewritten to include historical references, this tour is really horrible indeed!

When: 1 – 15 Jul

Where: Franklin Square


James Parry

Hobart musician James Parry is an independent singer-songwriter that has supported Australian acts Alex Lloyd, The Gin Club, Leah Flanagan and a hive of other visiting artists in Hobart, as well as playing six interstate tours and gigging in the UK. Rosny Barn is a perfect venue for his searing vocals, sparkling guitars, cool organ and soft tambourine, drawing the audience in to listen more closely as he tells stories of lives intertwining and sometimes colliding.

When: 1 July

Where: Rosny Barn


Seth Henderson

He has been carting around his own special brand of folk-rock-indie-pop songs nationwide, playing intimate solo shows as well as full-blown band sets at iconic Australian music venues. His debut single “South” has received national airplay. This year at Festival of Voices, Seth will present a selection of his original songs with an all-Tasmanian lineup, featuring The Beautiful Chains band, a string ensemble with Magnus Turner (cello) and Emily Wolfe (violin), and some other very special mystery guests. The music is fragile and sensitive, but unafraid to show itself.

When: 2 Jul

Where: Rosny Barn


Combined College Showcase

Vocalists and instrumentalists from Claremont, Elizabeth, Hobart and Rosny colleges will be joining forces to showcase a fantastic night of emerging vocal talent.

When: 4 Jul

Where: Hobart City Hall


Voices of Youth

Vocalists and instrumentalists from Claremont, Elizabeth, Hobart and Rosny colleges will be joining forces to showcase a fantastic night of emerging vocal talent. The concert will include a presentation from each college, leading into a joint collaboration choir mentored by professional vocalist, Katy Raucher (UTAS Conservatorium of Music

When: 4 Jul

Where: Hobart City Hall



Tasmanian alternative R&B duo Sumner (Chloe Wilson and Jack McLaine) have “developed a keen grasp of brooding, addictive melody” (Mixdown Magazine). With their blend of detailed electronic production, rich acoustic sounds and honest lyrics, Sumner’s emotionally powerful songwriting continues to captivate a growing audience. Sumner have supported the nationally acclaimed Vera Blue, Montaigne, Smith Street Band/Wil Wagner and performed at Party in the Paddock Festival and Falls Festival.

When: 5 Jul

Where: Rosny Barn


The Lunch Break

This new theatre work invited you behind the shopfronts and into the laneways of inner city Hobart. The audience encounters three women on their lunch break in a variety of locations, revealing their private and public worlds. As you listen to their conversations, their stories intersect with each other’s… and perhaps with yours.

When: 5-12 Jul

Where: Criterion Street


Comma Sutra

A hilarious 50-minute comedy cabaret about grammar and language. Performed by Louisa Fitzhardinge and accompanied by Greg Lavell, Comma Sutra follows the journey of Louisa, who’s found true love in the English language, but really wants someone who’ll snuggle up with her on the couch and whisper puns into her ear.

When: 5-6 Jul

Where: Fullers Bookshop


Tasmania Sings

This event heralds the opening of the Festival of Voices and features young singers from across Tasmania. Featuring works by Australian composers including Paul Jarman and Stephen Leek, Tasmania Sings will showcase 400 performers, including 300 from 10 different Tasmanian schools, the Tasmanian Youth Orchestra, Aurora (Young Adelaide Voices), Collegiate Singers and the Australian Girls Choir.

When: 6 Jul

Where: Hobart City Hall


Braille Face

The solo project of Melbourne vocalist / producer Jordan White. Described as ‘exploratory ambient pop’, his music combines moody electronics with songwriting of a rare depth and vulnerability. Jordan’s chameleonic and emotionally charged voice floats disarmingly from fragility to power and back again. Braille Face is the first Australian signing to Spirit Level, a small Melbourne label co-founded by musician and radio broadcaster Tim Shiel and Wally de Backer AKA Gotye.

When: 6 Jul

Where: Rosny Barn


City of Hobart Big Sing Bonfire

Warming up the city for the 13th time this year, Hobart’s most iconic winter event returns to Salamanca Place. Bringing the whole community together and uniting them in one voice; creating light and warmth on a magical winter’s evening. Led by world renowned artists and hundreds of choristers, join in create a choir of thousands for an evening unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.

When: 7 Jul

Where: Salamanca Place


Singers’ Lounge

With a licensed bar serving light meals and refreshments, the Singers’ Lounge is the place to catch up with your friends and sing the night away. A not-to-be-missed festival highlight!

When: 7-14 Jul

Where: Singer’s Lounge


Miles and Simone

Heartbreaking alt-country duo Miles and Simone weave their lonesome seaside lullabies and ballads with restraint; two sublime voices; catchy melodies; poetic lyrics and hilarious banter. They are currently recording their third record with acclaimed producer Dan Luscombe (The Drones, Courtney Barnett) who promises to draw out the darkness and grit from the pairs’ sweet and mournful love ballads.

When: 7 Jul

Where: Rosny Barn


Harmony Byrne

Described as the love child of Jeff Buckley and Joni Mitchell, Harmony Byrne will make you believe in the power of raw, honest, creative expression. Following an acclaimed solo career, this Melbourne recording artist has entered the realms of band-hood for the first time. The stunning result is soulful instrumentation and fearless vocals that reveal both heartache and joy. Pull up a seat at the table and let Harmony’s magic wash over you.

When: 7 Jul

Where: Hobart city Hall



A spectacular showcase of Tasmania’s best contemporary artists. We invite you to experience waranta (palawa kani for ‘we’). Be moved and delighted by the amazing voices and depth of talent we have in our creative island state, as we unite on stage.

When: 7 Jul

Where: Hobart city Hall


Jazz Party

This powerhouse ensemble is the resident house band that will play late into the night. Jazz Party is like nothing you’ve seen or heard before – Triple J called them ‘New Orleans revelry with a punk attitude’. Featuring saxophonist and songwriter Darcy McNulty; former members of The Rackettes; bassist Jules Pascoe and songstress Loretta Miller; you’ll be dancing to Prince bangers, Tom Waits gospel and everything in between.

When: 7-13 Jul

Where: Hobart City Hall



Newly-formed all-star female a cappella group Ladychoir comprises of six critically acclaimed Australian singer-songwriters: Angie Hart (Frente), Emma Heeney, Tash Parker, Sophie Koh, Tess Hildebrand-Burke and Kirsty Joosten. Six beautiful homegrown voices, based in Melbourne. In their short existence, Ladychoir has already performed an impressive run of shows sharing the stage with Aussie legends Paul Kelly, Mark Seymour and the voice himself, John Farnham.

When: 8 Jul

Where: Rosny Barn


Lady Sings it Better

Lady Sings it Better reinvent the worst of pop culture, performing tunes by the world’s most famous male musicians in a cabaret explosion of outrageous medleys, hilarious boyband choreography and the most bizarre euphemisms for sex the world has ever heard. Winner Best Cabaret at the Sydney Fringe Festival 2016.

When: 8 Jul

Where: Hobart City Hall


Mama K and the Big Love

Hailing from Australia’s ‘Deep South’ (Hobart), Mama K and the Big Love is an eight-piece fully funk, soul and heathen gospel band influenced by the compositions of former UK bassist David Johnstone. The group has a strong stage presence, delivering performances with emotion, power, attitude and substance

When: 8 Jul

Where: Hobart City Hall


Sharing our Music

Under the leadership of our guest conductor Chris Burcin, items in this concert will include songs which have been rehearsed during the one-day workshop for local choirs who are also involved in Festival of Voices’ City of Hobart Pop-up program. In addition to the performance by the workshop choir, we will also welcome Aurora (Young Adelaide Voices), GloriousMud Singers (NSW), Tasmania’s own The Clementines, and one of our special international choirs, the Hong Kong City Choir.

When: 8 Jul

Where: Hobart Town Hall


Hadley’s High Tea

Experience Hadley’s sumptuous afternoon tea consisting of freshly baked signature scones, delicate sandwiches, delightful savouries, and traditional sweet treats, accompanied by a glass of Jansz sparkling wine. The perfect accompaniment as you take a nostalgic journey through the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s, listening to memorable standards and celebrating composers such as Berlin, Gershwin, Porter and Rodgers & Hammerstein.

When: 8-9 Jul

Where: Hadley’s Orient Hotel


Rhymes My Nanna Taught Me

Join Tasmania’s own singing mama, Allison Farrow, in a joyous singalong of nursery rhyme favourites. This event is sure to delight the little loves in your life, and you’ll love it too!

When: 9 Jul

Where: Rosny Barn


Reinventing Or Rearranging Songs For Comedy/Cabaret With Lady Sings It Better

Enjoy learning how to transform well-known songs into hilarious cabaret performances. If you’re ready to dive into, or just plain curious about the world of comedy this is the workshop for you.

When: 9 July

Where: Long Gallery


Toni Childs

A magnetic performer who takes her audience on a ride with the transcendental power of her voice. And now hot on the heels of her astounding performance at WOMAD, Toni Childs will be weaving her magic back in Hobart for the first time in 5 years.

When: 9 July

Where: Theatre Royal


Sunday Afternoon Concert

A varied program of Australian choral music will be presented by two outstanding choirs – Aurora (Young Adelaide Voices) conducted by Christie Anderson and Southland (New South Wales) led by MD Lesley Challender.

When: 9 Jul

Where: Hobart Town Hall


Hue Blanes

PBS Young Elder of Jazz 2017 and 2017 Green Room multiple nominee, Hue combines jazz, classical, art song and pop in this rare and musically sophisticated work, ahead of its time yet deceptively simple. This intimate performance will be one of a very limited number of shows to launch this new work. Hue will be joined by Lachlan James Mitchell on electric guitar for a reimagining of this new work.

When: 9 Jul

Where: Rosny Barn


Book of Songs – Sophie Koh

Sophie came into prominence after winning Triple J Unearthed in Darwin. Her new album Book of Songs is a beautiful collection of songs where East meets West. Influenced by Chinese poetry and art that Sophie has seen in her travels as well as her love of Western classical music, Book of Songs features Sophie Koh (grand piano), Caerwen Martin (cello), Louise Woodward (viola) and Melbourne’s enchanting female chorus Ladychoir.

When: 9 Jul

Where: Hobart City Hall



Commonly referred to as his ‘Vespers’, Rachmaninoff’s music for the All-Night Vigil service of the Russian Orthodox Church was written in 1910. The All-Night Vigil Service comprises the Orthodox office of ‘Vespers’ followed by that of ‘Matins’ and ‘The First Hour’ and is celebrated on the eve of the great feasts. In modern practice, the service does not generally last all night but rather three hours, of which only 1 hour is music. Please join us for this one hour musical performance.

When: 9 Jul

Where: St. David’s Cathedral


Sisters in Song – Carole Williams and Lizzie Moore

Voicebox is delighted to welcome back Tasmanian expat Carole Williams and adopted Tasmanian Lizzie Moore to present their brand new show Sisters in Song. From the Andrews Sisters to The Veronicas, Dixie Chicks to The Corrs – some of the greatest music of all time has been made by sisters sharing a mic.

When: 9 Jul

Where: Hobart City Hall


Lunchtime Singing

Have you heard of Glee Club, Melbourne’s hippest sing-a-long choir? Come along for a fun and different lunchtime experience! Just be prepared to have lots of fun whilst singing pop songs together. Led by the founder and director of Glee Club, Vicky Jacobs is regarded as one of Australia’s leading musical directors and vocal coaches. Vicky is renowned for her spontaneity in vocal coaching, boosting people’s confidence in singing and sharing her love for music.

When: 10 July

Where: Hobart Town Hall


Australian Choral Music For Young Singers

Paul Jarman, one of Australia’s most profilic composers of choral music, invites Tasmania’s youngest musical talents to explore some of his popular compositions.

When: 10-11 Jul

Where: Long Gallery


The Idea of North

Australia’s longest running and double ARIA award-winning contemporary a cappella group makes it’s way to Hobart this July.

When: 11 July

Where: Theatre Royal


Jazz, Blues & Classics – Frances Madden

Frances Madden is one of the classiest young original recording and performing artists Australia has produced in recent times. Her sophisticated mix of vocal jazz, blues and re-interpreted classics has been selling out the best jazz venues, nightclubs and festivals around the country. Frances will perform as part of an eight-piece band featuring some of Hobart’s leading jazz musicians. This show will be a version of her Jazz, Blues & Classics show that has proved very popular at jazz clubs and festivals around Australia as well as overseas, featuring a selection of Frances’ own tunes alongside her unique interpretation of a range of timeless classics. Frances is an artist you definitely don’t want to miss.

When: 11 July

Where: Hobart City Hall


Sarah Blasko

Sarah Blasko writes songs that strike with rare immediacy, clarity and purpose. Melodies beguilingly simple, lyrics ever honest and direct. She has a deserved reputation as one of Australia’s most commanding live performers whether she’s playing in the most intimate theatres, the grandest Opera Houses or our most expansive festival stages.

When: 12 July

Where: Theatre Royal


The Pleasure Of Having Your Questions Answered

Enhance your vocal experience in this interactive workshop. Have a sing, have fun and most importantly, go away with a deeper knowledge of how your vocal instrument works. Ideal for anyone with an interest in developing their skills.

When: 12 Jul

Where: Founders room


The Lady is a Tramp – Dolly Diamond

This UK comedy cabaret diva combines comic timing with a razor-sharp wit honed over a life of guts, glitz and glamour. A perennial audience favourite, Dolly’s new show features her romping through a collection of well-known songs with a cabaret twist as she changes lyrics to tell her own story and to poke fun at a multitude of others. Don’t miss Dolly Diamond in this big night of laugh-out-lewd comedy.

When: 12 July

Where: Hobart City Hall


The Events

The brilliant Jane Longhurst and Tasmanian-turned-international star Rob Mallett are joined by a host of Hobart’s community choirs in an extraordinary blend of theatre and music that is mesmerizing and magnificent.

Directed by leading director Robert Jarman, this Tasmanian production tells the story of Claire, a minister and choir director that sees her little yet diverse community fall apart when a young man walks in and opens fire with a gun. Claire has to unpack the Pandora’s box of herself – rage, fears, and ultimately hope.

When: 12 Jul

Where: Moonah Arts Centre


Experience A Cappella

Nick and Naomi from The Idea of North will lead this enticing a cappella workshop. Ideal for a cappella lovers of all abilities!

When: 12 Jul

Where: Founders room


How To Sing Pop

Under the direction of Glee Club‘s Vicky Jacobs, this course is designed specifically for young singers to learn techniques in a safe and meaningful way.

When: 12 Jul

Where: Long Gallery


Gala Showcase Concert

A special performance showcasing two prominent overseas children’s choirs, the Hong Kong Childrens’ Choir and Hangzhou Aiyue Tianshi Choir (Hangzhou Philharmonic Angel Choir).

When: 12 July

Where: Hobart Town Hall


The Duetaholics

Looking for a cure for your penchant to sing along? You need a one-on-one with entertainment’s least-likely newlyweds Dean Arcuri and Miz Ima Starr! Fresh from their all-singing all-dancing honeymoon in Vegas, Dean and Ima unveil their entirely unpatented, twelve-step program for incorrigible part-singers.

When: 12 July

Where: Hobart City Hall


Experience Glee Club

Founder and director of Glee Club Melbourne, Vicky Jacobs loves to get people singing. Go to this class, you’re guaranteed to use your voice and love doing so! You won’t regret it.

When: 13 Jul

Where: Founders Room


Rachmaninov Piano Concertos

With a lifetime’s experience of performing and recording the concertos of Rachmaninov, Howard Shelley is attuned to the fervour, muscularity and brilliance of this most pianistic of composers. No stranger to playing the Rachmaninov concertos as a cycle, Howard nonetheless has never performed them complete with his son, Alexander, as conductor. Since winning the Leeds Conductors Competition in 2005, Alexander Shelley has been a maestro in demand and currently holds leading positions in Europe and North America, including Music Director of Canada’s National Arts Centre Orchestra.

When: 13-15 Jul

Where: Federation concert Hall


Benny Walker

With his killer voice and epic tales, mixed with a deep groove and passion for the land, Yorta Yorta man Benny Walker is the real deal. Recent offerings ‘Save’ and ‘Oh No You Don’t’ shot to number one on the AMRAP charts, the latter earning him four NIMA 2016 nominations and the award for Best Aboriginal Talent at The Age Music Victoria Awards. His latest songs have a strong contemporary guitar driven soul vibe.

When: 13 Jul

Where: Voicebox


One Eye on The Stranger

Established in 2015, One Eye on the Stranger pairs an iconic Australian musician with a handful of emerging artists for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to develop their craft during an exclusive songwriting and mentorship program. This year, we are taking the project to a national level with multiple Aria award-winning artist Kram from Spiderbait, running the exclusive Bruny Island workshop and performance showcase.

When: 13 July

Where: Hobart City Hall


A Capella and Barbershop Concert

This performances showcases the result of our a cappella and barbershop workshop, under the direction of Nick Begbie, Naomi Crellin (The Idea of North) and barbershop specialist Matt Gifford (NZ)

When: 14 Jul

Where: Theatre Royal


Dangerous Song – Blue

This musical collaboration between Linsey Pollak and Lizzie O’Keefe has created a new musical language wish structured, yet very free improvisation at its core. This one-hour performance will take place in the amazing Nolan Gallery, MONA. This performance piece will evoke an emotional connection and response to the sometimes ‘hard to swallow’ facts about the current Sixth Extinction Crisis and state of our oceans, inspiring understanding, love and hopefully action.

When: 14 Jul

Where: Nolan Gallery at MONA


The Singing Politician

Powerful words and musical brilliance collide in this outstanding performance piece about famous speeches that have shaped our nation. The Singing Politician takes the words right out of our Prime Ministers’ mouths – from Menzies’ ‘Melancholy Duty’, Whitlam’s ‘Well May We Say’, Gillard’s Misogyny Speech to Abbott’s ‘A Stain on Our Soul’ – and marries them seamlessly to an overlay of stirring music and choral work. Performed by Topology and The Australian Voices this is a cultural narrative like you’ve never heard before.

When: 14 Jul

Where: Nolan Gallery at MONA


International Choir Showcase Concert

This major concert will present items prepared during the youth component of the International Choral Program workshops, under the direction of our guest conductor Chris Burcin. In addition, the visiting choirs, Hong Kong Children’s Choir and Hangzhou Aiyue Tianshi Choir (Hangzhou Philharmonic Angel Choir) will perform repertoire by prominent Chinese composers.

When: 14 Jul

Where: Hobart Town Hall


An Introduction To The Heart Of Gospel

This short course promises to be a lively musical experience about the style and power of African American gospel.

When: 14 Jul

Where: Founders Room



We all experience inspiration in different ways, but did you know that it literally means ‘to breath in’? This is something you do 17,000 times a day automatically. In this workshop you will learn how to work with your body to take deeper breaths when you need to and to regulate your oxygen use. The key is to change how you think about breathing, so come along and inspire yourself.

When: 14 Jul

Where: Founders Room


Gospel Showcase Concert

This intimate concert will include gospel songs prepared during Eric Dozier’s gospel workshops, which are known to be lively, musical and cultural history lessons in the emergence of African American gospel and spiritual music – from the West Coast of Africa, through the slave states, all the way to the Civil Rights Movement.

When: 15 Jul

Where: Baha’i Centre


Mendelssohn’s Oratorio Elijah

Led by one of the UK’s most versatile conductors, David Lawrence, this performance of Mendelssohn’s Elijah will feature world-class, Australian soloists Greta Bradman (soprano), Anna Dowsley (mezzo soprano), Henry Choo (tenor) and Christopher Richardson (bass baritone), the Hobart Chamber Orchestra and the Festival of Voices Youth Choir.

When: 15 Jul

Where: Hobart City Hall


City Of Hobart Pop-Up Performances

Around every corner of Hobart’s historic city centre you can expect choirs to pop-up and serenade you during your day. More than 300 interstate and local choristers will turn Hobart into a singing city this July.

Fri, 7 July

12.00 pm – Cat and Fiddle Arcade – Choir of High Hopes (Tas)

12.30 pm – Cat and Fiddle Arcade – Aurora (SA)

1.00 pm – MACq 01 Hotel – Olinda Groove Voices (Tas)

1.00 pm – Elizabeth Mall – Choirbolical (Qld)

1.30 pm – Elizabeth Mall – The Glorious MUDSingers (NSW)

2.00 pm – IXL Atrium, Henry Jones Art Hotel – Olinda Groove Voices (Tas)

3.00 pm – Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre – Olinda Groove Voices (Tas)

Sat, 8 Jul

11.00 am – Salamanca Lawns – Choirbolical (Qld)

11.30 am – Salamanca Lawns – The Glorious MUDSingers (NSW)

Sun, 9 Jul

10.00 am – Farm Gate Market – Choirbolical (Qld)

10.30 am – Farm Gate Market – The Glorious MUDSingers (NSW)

11.30 am – Farm Gate Market – Aurora (SA)

5.30 pm – Hotel Grand Chancellor – The Glorious MUDSingers (NSW)

Mon, 10 Jul

1.00 pm – MACq 01 Hotel – Sing Australia (Tas)

1.05 pm – Hobart Airport – Hong Kong Children’s Choir

Tue, 11 Jul

1.00 pm – TMAG Main Gallery – Hong Kong Children’s Choir

Wed, 12 Jul

11.25 am – Hobart Airport – Hangzhou Aiyue Tianshi Choir (China)

1.00 pm – MONA – Hong Kong Children’s Choir

3.30 pm – Hadley’s Orient Hotel – Burgundy Blue (Vic)

3.30 pm – MACq 01 Hotel – Casey Choir (Vic)

4.00 pm – Hadley’s Orient Hotel – Soulfood (NSW)

Thu, 13 Jul

2.30 pm – Hobart LINC Lending Library – The Harmony Choir Brisbane

3.30 pm – Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre – Burgundy Blue (Vic)

3.30 pm – Hadley’s Orient Hotel – Casey Choir (Vic)

5.00 pm – Hadley’s Orient Hotel – Goulburn Regional Conservatorium Choir (NSW)

5.00 pm – Hotel Grand Chancellor – Casey Choir (Vic)

5.30 pm – Hadley’s Orient Hotel – Homebrew Verandah Singers (Vic)

Fri, 14 Jul

10.30 am – Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre – The Harmony Choir Brisbane

10.45 am – MONA Ferry to MONA – Homebrew Verandah Singers (Vic)

12.00 pm – MONA Performances – Homebrew Verandah Singers (Vic)

12.30 pm – Cat and Fiddle Arcade – Sing Australia (Tas)

1.00 pm – MONA Ferry to MONA – Glee Plus (Vic)

2.00 pm – MONA Performances – Glee Plus (Vic)

2.00 pm – TMAG Main Gallery – Soulfood (NSW)

2.30 pm – TMAG Main Gallery – Contabile (NSW)

3.00 pm – MONA Ferry to Hobart – Homebrew Verandah Singers(Vic)

5.00 pm – MONA Ferry to Hobart – Glee Plus (Vic)

5.30 pm – Hotel Grand Chancellor – Goulburn Regional Conservatorium Choir (NSW)

5.30 pm – MACq 01 Hotel – Homebrew Verandah Singers (Vic)

Sat, 15 Jul

10.00 am – Wild Island Gallery – Burgundy Blue (Vic)

10.30 am – Wild Island Gallery – Little Boat Choir (Tas)

10.30 am – Salamanca Square – Sisongke (Tas)

11.00 am – Salamanca Square – Harambee A Cappella (Vic)

11.30 am – Salamanca Square – Homebrew Verandah Singers (Vic)

12.00 pm – Wild Island Gallery – The Harmony Choir Brisbane

12.00 pm – Hobart LINC Lending Library – Sisongke (Tas)

12.30 pm – Hobart LINC Lending Library – Harambee A Cappella (Vic)

1.00 pm – Red Decker Bus at Brooke Street Pier – Little Boat Choir (Tas)

1.30 pm – IXL Atrium, Henry Jones Art Hotel – Sisongke (Tas)

2.00 pm – IXL Atrium, Henry Jones Art Hotel – Harambee A Cappella (Vic)

2.30 pm – IXL Atrium, Henry Jones Art Hotel – Little Boat Choir (Tas)

5.00 pm – Hotel Grand Chancellor – Nelson Sound (Tas)

5.30 pm – MACq 01 Hotel – Harambee A Cappella (Vic)

Sun, 16 Jul

10.30 am – Farm Gate Market – Glee Plus (Vic)

11.00 am – Farm Gate Market – Homebrew Verandah Singers (Vic)

11.30 am – Farm Gate Market – Harambee A Cappella (Vic)

8.30 pm – Hobart Airport Departure Lounge – Casey Choir (Vic)


But hang on, July is not finished yet. There’s just so much happening that we had to split this post in two. Continue reading about July events here. Happy reading and happy July 🙂


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