The Darwin Chorale welcomes His Honour, the Honourable John Hardy OAM, Administrator of the NT as our new Patron.


Carols By Candlelight

6.30pm Sunday 7 Dec 2014

Gardens Amphitheatre

Chorale sing Hallelulia Chorus and more!

Free event, don't miss out!


Somerville Carol night

Thursday 11 Dec 2014

Time: 6-8PM

Parliament House, Nitmiluk Room


Music Director: Nora Lewis AM

Assoc. Music Director: Michael Loughlin 

Performance Manager: Catherine Paton


Congratulations to all involved in St Cecilia's Day Concert.

Photo by Eleanor Wilks.

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  • Wednesday 7.15pm
  • Charles Darwin University
  • Orange precinct, Bldng 6 (near TopFM)
  • in the Performance Room.
The Darwin Chorale is a community choir based in Darwin.

We perform regularly at community events in Darwin and beyond, and present major concerts several times each year.

We always welcome new members. Come to a rehearsal and try us out. You will enjoy it.

Louise Michie (Alto):
I especially enjoy the Chorale's involvement in the community.Thanks to the Darwin Chorale I have had fabulous opportunities. I have sung in Latin in a big cathedral!! Even more amazing is that I have sung on stage with soloists from the Australian Opera. Why do I sing with the Darwin Chorale? Why not! Life is for living, and this is living.

Reg Prasad (Tenor):
My love of singing goes way back to my Fijian Methodist roots and chorale experience in my New Zealand university days. With pressures of professional and family life all singing went into abeyance for decades. Then in the 1990s I took up Barbershop singing in Melbourne. Arriving in Darwin I heard about and joined the Darwin Chorale in 1997. I've never looked back. The Chorale has given me the opportunity to resurrect my love of choral harmony.

Charles Darwin University
Darwin Entertainment Center (DEC)
McGees Property
Northern Territory Government
City of Darwin (COD)
Australian National Choral Association (ANCA)
Cavenagh Theatre Trust
Conoco Phillips
Local Hirers Subsidy
Southern Cross Television
Fanny Bay Cool Spot