Vocal Australia is on a “multi-harmonic crusade” to develop, grow, support and nurture the a cappella singing scene in Australia in the most efficient and effective way possible, through the production and provision of education, events and resources.
Vocal Australia presents engaging, educational workshop programs and masterclasses in schools, universities and communities, that have seen a healthy a cappella vocal scene flourishing throughout Australia.
|Vocal Australia runs a variety of successful events around the country. Our major events include: AUS-ACA National A Cappella Championships, GET VOCAL Festival and GET VOCAL Showcases.|
|Vocal Australia is constantly expanding our databases and resources to provide assistance to the a cappella community.||Vocal Australia has released “GET VOCAL 2012: The Best of Contemporary Australian A Cappella” Compilation Album|
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Congratulations to AUS-ACA National Finalists OC Chamber Singers from Ormiston College! Their impressive qualifying performance featured Daniel Moore’s “Shambala” (as made popular by Three Dog Night) and the main theme song from “Ghostbusters.” “Shambala” not only spotlighted a number of star soloists across the group but also made use of snaps, claps, and vocal percussion to great rhythmic effect for an upbeat and uplifting result. The comedically theatrical “Ghostbusters” theme showcased...read more
It’s almost time for the AUS-ACA National Finals and the Vocal Australia Team are excited to announce our Special Guest Artists! Those of you lucky enough to secure a ticket at our SOLD OUT VIC State Final had the pleasure of being entertained by our special guest artists, and Australia’s #1 Male A Cappella group, SUADE! We’re delighted to announce that SUADE will be wowing the crowds again at both the School and University/League National Finals while the judges deliberate the results. The boys of SUADE have spent the last...read more
Congratulations to AUS-ACA VIC State Final Runners-up Trinity Tiger Tones! The TTT’s are a ferocious all-male a cappella ensemble from the University of Melbourne committed to sharing their music through charity performances. Drawing inspiration from turn-of-the-century barbershop music to The Killers and Lady Gaga, the TTT’s offer fun and engaging performances in a style that recalls the early Ivy League singing societies: antecedents to today’s contemporary a cappella craze. Their performance at the AUS-ACA Victoria State Finals reflected...read more
Congratulations to AUS-ACA NSW State Final Champions Sista! Quartet. This Top 5 Region 34 Sweet Adelines International quartet from Sydney is comprised of members Roxana Grunwald (tenor), Clare Davies (lead), Sharon Stewart (baritone) and Sharon Cartwright (bass). Also members of the Northern Beaches chorus in Sydney, Australia, Sista! Quartet is known for their “glamour and glitz with a sassy and smooth delivery.” They secured their spot at the AUS-ACA National Finals (Sept 6) after taking home first place at the AUS-ACA NSW State Final...read more
Congratulations to AUS-ACA Wild Card Video Final Runners-Up Serotonin! This mixed ensemble from Griffith University aims to promote the a cappella style within the Griffith community while also serving and as an outlet for members to build performance experience. Serotonin favors fresh, contemporary repertoire and emphasizes vocal excellence above all. Formed just over a year ago, Serotonin are improving in leaps and bound and have been making a splash in the media after not only securing their place at the AUS-ACA National Final but also...read more
Congratulations to AUS-ACA NSW State Final Runners-Up Sydney Vocal Project! SVP is comprised of singers dedicated to performing contemporary choral music at the highest level. The group is directed by Jim Catt, who has coached and competed with singing groups across northern Europe, and consists of members who hail from the Sydney Suburbs, Wollongong, The Shire and The Central Coast. Sydney Vocal Project draws influence from quartets, groups, and choruses from around the world, including The Swingle Singers and Voces 8 from the United...read more
Congratulations to AUS-ACA SA State Final Champions Now In Stereo, a youth barbershop quartet based in Adelaide. The group formed in 2010 when members Mitch Bartel, John Khammash, Ryan O’Dea, and Sama Aghili were introduced to the barbershop style while students at Charles Campbell Secondary School. All members of the Festival Statesmen Youth Chorus, Now In Stereo boasts a repertoire of both barbershop classics and contemporary radio hits, treading the line between popular styles and the unique harmonic language characteristic of the...read more