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Adelaide Vocal Union, Bayside Divas and Deep South Chorus

Tues 2 July
Hobart Town Hall

Featuring 11 contrasting vocal ensembles representing capital cities and regional areas around Australia, there is something for everyone in these five, weekday concerts.

In the beautiful Hobart Town Hall, enjoy the vibrancy and variety of choral music presented by these passionate singers.

This concert series is a popular, all-inclusive event, giving everyone the opportunity to hear choral excellence at an affordable price. 


Voices@5 program for 2024: 

Monday 1 July: Sing For Your Life! (TAS) | Vocally Wild (VIC) 

Tuesday 2 July:  Adelaide Vocal Union (SA) |Bayside Divas (QLD) | Deep South Chorus (TAS) 

Wednesday 3 July: Casey Choir (VIC) | Uplift Community Choirs (TAS) 

Thursday 4 July: Concordis Chamber Choir (VIC) | JESSA (TAS) 

Friday 5 July:  Augusta Singers (TAS) | Women of Note (VIC) 

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General admission – $15

Booking fee

  • For bookings with a total value of $15 or less, a booking fee of $3 will be added upon check-out.
  • For bookings with a total value between $15.01 and $199.99, a booking fee of $5 will be added upon
  • For bookings with a total value of $200 or more, a booking fee of $10 will be added upon check-out.



VENUE: Hobart Town Hall

Getting to the venue 

  • The Hobart Town Hall is at 50 Macquarie St, Hobart TAS 7000 
  • A car park behind the Hobart Town Hall is available for drop offs, accessible from Elizabeth Street. Please see entryway to this carpark here. 
  • accessible parking spaces are available in the Hobart Town Hall carpark, accessible from Elizabeth Street. Please see entryway to this carpark here. 
  • Please follow this link for a virtual tour of the Hobart Town Hall. 


Assistive Listening 

A hearing loop is available at this venue. The technology requires the listener to wear a receiver on a lanyard and to insert an earpiece. Please contact the festival if you require the use of one of these devices, as availability is limited. 

Guide Dogs/registered assistance animals welcome 

Water bowls will be available for registered assistance animals at this event upon request.

Wheelchair accessibility

  • For wheelchair bookings, please contact the festival with the specifications and dimensions of the wheelchair and any additional user requirements. 
  • The Hobart Town Hall Ballroom on level 1 is accessible to wheelchair users via a lift on the ground floor, located to the right of the staircase. The lift is also accessible via the rear car park and requires interaction with an intercom to gain access. This car park is accessible from Elizabeth Street. Please see the entryway to this car park here 
  • Accessible bathrooms are available on the ground floor of the Hobart Town Hall only. 

Adelaide Vocal Union

Adelaide Vocal Union is a four-part, men's acapella chorus from South Australia.

Formed in 2015, the group has strong ties with Barbershop Harmony Australia and often competes in both the Regional and National Barbershop contests across the country.

Bringing together voices of all ages and walks of life, the boys rehearse every Thursday night and always finish off at the nearest pub.

Under the direction of Cam DuRieu, Adelaide Vocal Union has found its pace again post Covid19 and are looking forward to bringing their brand of Barbershop to the festival.

Bayside Divas

The Bayside Divas is an acclaimed women’s choir that was established in 2004 in the Brisbane sea-side suburb of Sandgate. Under the motto “in voice, we rejoice”, its members are committed to making beautiful music and to providing an opportunity for women of all backgrounds to participate in the joy of singing and performing.

The choir incorporates a wide variety of musical styles in their repertoire, including evergreens, recent hits, popular classics, jazz standards, gospel, music theatre, folk and multicultural world music. Exuding a sense of joy and vitality in all that they do, and with their concerts often enhanced through the addition of choreography, the Divas continue to inspire and enrich the lives of their audiences through their concerts, recordings and appearances at community events.

Since January 2007 the choir has been under the direction of renowned composer and conductor, Sandra Milliken. Sandra has had a long involvement in the Australian choral music scene; has studied, conducted and adjudicated overseas; and has established a world-wide reputation through the international publication of an extensive list of choral music compositions and arrangements.

Image credit: Murray Milliken

Deep South Chorus

Deep South is Hobart's premier men's close harmony a cappella chorus. Led by talented Musical Director Kieran Slicer, the chorus is made up of male singers of all ages and from all walks of life, who share a common goal of musical development, camaraderie and a passion for rich harmony. A regular competitor at National Barbershop Championships since 2007, Deep South has performed credibly and established a respected position amongst Australia's barbershop community. Their repertoire includes a variety of songs in four-part harmony, arranged primarily in the barbershop style, and ranging from lively up tunes to emotional ballads.

A previous participant at Festival of Voices and winner of numerous Choir Awards at the Hobart City Council Eisteddfod and City of Clarence Eisteddfod over the years, Deep South also performs at a number of community events and has collaborated with other local and interstate barbershop harmony groups to promote and encourage singing in the community.

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