About Macquarie Singers – MUS

MUS was established by the renowned carillonist John Gordon in 1967, the year that Macquarie University first opened to students. We became an incorporated association in July 2017 – Macquarie Singers Inc, still affectionately known as MUS.

MUS is about fostering, supporting and performing choral music and has always aimed to encourage the formation of strong links with the wider community through singing. Our membership is open and non-auditioned, and students, staff and alumni of the University are still encouraged to join.

The choir performs two major concerts per year and performs at community events, including singing at Macquarie Hospital and North Ryde RSL Club every year.

Dr Sarah Penicka-Smith has been our Principal Conductor since 2013. In 2018 we warmly welcomed Macquarie Chamber Orchestra with Concertmaster Sagar Nagaraj to partner with us.

Visit our Concerts page to see our recent performances.

Our ‘wandering minstrels’ participating on campus during O Week.

We warmly encourage you to join us – tenors and basses especially welcome! Contact our Membership Secretary using the online inquiry form or emailing membsec@mus.org.au

Rehearsal dates for upcoming concerts appear on the Rehearsal Calendar.

Macquarie Singers Inc Constitution as amended March 2018

History of MUS Last updated May 2019. A tabulated summary of MUS activities since 1967 compiled by Barbara Henery (to 2007) and supplemented by Joan Scott (’08 – ’19) (In PDF format)

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