Welcome to Hastings Choristers ! 

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Cantabile August 2016

Previous Concert:


Our concert held on Sunday 7th April 2019 at Port Macquarie Uniting Church included performances by Valla Voices, Blokes Notes, Bel Canto, Company of Voices, Savvy Singers, Cantorus and Cantabile.

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About Us:

Our Mission:

To enjoy making music together...

To provide our audiences with quality choral concerts covering a broad range of musical styles and periods...

To foster enthusiasm and interest in singing in young people...

Hastings Choristers Inc was formed in 1990 as a community choir to promote the art and practice of choral singing in the Hastings region.  During almost three decades under the direction of Robyn Ryan OAM the choir has expanded its activities both in repertoire and fields of operation. Its reputation for excellence has resulted in many invitations to perform - in the Sydney Opera House, the Town Hall, and other Sydney and regional venues.

You too can be a part of exciting and innovative music-making, by joining the choir family of the Hastings Choristers choirs Cantorus and Cantabile. Weekly rehearsals, regular newsletters and social functions are all part of the modus operandi of this wonderful organisation dedicated to spreading beautiful choral sounds far and wide.

Hastings Choristers welcomes all those who wish to sing at a performing level whether novice or accomplished. As a mixed voice SATB choir (Soprano/Alto/Tenor/Bass) there is a place for all voices in CANTORUS. All singers, especially men, are warmly and enthusiastically welcomed to pursue their love of singing at MacKillop Senior College Hall, Ocean Drive, Port Macquarie.

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Contact Us:

President -  Kerryn Lawrence

Musical Director - Robyn Ryan (0407-007-993)

Mail - PO Box 1979, Port Macquarie, NSW 2444

Email - hastingschoristers@gmail.com

Recent Concert:


This iconic work by Karl Jenkins was performed in the Port Macquarie Glasshouse with an orchestra on Sunday 9th June 2019 at 7.00 pm, at the conclusion of a weekend workshop conducted by Paul Holley. 

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