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Macquarie Singers will host a postponed FREE singing workshop 
– and we’d love you to attend.

Our workshop on Breath Control will be  postponed due to the extended Sydney lockdown in the hope we can provide more opportunities for singing and a better experience for everyone. Further details will be provided soon.

Watch this space!

Date: TBA

Your choice:
At North Ryde Community Church, 2 Cutler Pde, North Ryde
via a simple link for Zoom.

Have you noticed that your breath control has suffered a little
under a Covid-induced break from regular singing? Or would you
just like some tips on how to sing longer phrases? Join members of
community choir Macquarie Singers for a free workshop using easy-to-learn music that will challenge your lungs but leave you smiling.

Under the friendly and welcoming direction of
Dr Sarah Penicka-Smith.

No experience necessary!

This project is generously supported by funding from the City of Ryde.


Presenting Macquarie Singers virtual choir performance of Ola Gjeilo’s The Ground.  

Conducted by Dr Sarah Penicka-Smith
Accompanied by Jo Allan and Macquarie Chamber Orchestra:
Tess Duflou, Sagar Nagaraj, Kathryn Ramsay and Marc Valpiani
Video: Connor Malanos. Sound: Joshua Winestock
Thank you to everyone who has participated in this historic recording, marking this unique and challenging year.
MUS deeply appreciates the time, inspiration and expertise that Sarah have given to this project.  Link:

This project has been generously supported by Epping Community Bank (Bendigo), as part of our Covid-delayed Indomitable Spirit concert.

Macquarie Singers rehearsals are currently being held in the North Ryde Community Church. All are welcome to come to our rehearsals or to join in via Zoom.

Come along and see what you think, no obligation. New members are welcomed throughout the year. 

Click here for information about joining MUS 

Macquarie Singers is generously supported by the  Epping Community Bank, the City of Ryde   and Create NSWCity of Ryde (@CityofRyde) | Twitter

 San Antonio Nursing Home visit.

It was delightful to sing for the residents of San Antonio Nursing Home this June and especially to have them join with us in singing Verdi’s stirring Va Pensiero!


Macquarie Singers first performance for 2020 was carolling for the residents of Shalom Aged Care Centre. It was delightful to see smiling faces and share some Christmas joy with the residents who have not been able to have excursions or entertainment for much of the year.


Maquarie Singers relies upon support so that it can continue to provide the opportunity to learn beautiful music and provide high quality performances for our audiences, now and into the future.

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We acknowledge the Darug people who are the traditional custodians of the land on which Macquarie Singers meet and whose cultures, songs and customs have nurtured and continue to nurture this land since the Dreamtime.

We pay our respects to Elders past, present and future.


Macquarie Singers 🙂

Posted by Macquarie Singers on Friday, 23 March 2018

MUS was established in 1967 at Macquarie University as a choir for students & staff, and members of the community around the University. In July 2017, the choir became an incorporated association known as Macquarie Singers Inc, still to be known affectionately as MUS.

We generally perform two major concerts per year and also appear at special events such as singing Christmas Carols at a local Hospital and aged care sentres, the  Carols on the Common and the North Ryde RSL club. More info? Click here…

Karl Jenkins Peacemakers Nov 2014

Photos by Richard Taylor


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