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Singfest

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Singfest is an annual massed choral event for state school primary students from years 4–6 and secondary students from years 7–12 in the Metropolitan region. Over 1,500 students participate in this event each year from state primary schools across the region.

Singfest is a 1-day workshop and concert. There are multiple days on offer to choose from.

Individual schools register for Singfest and have their choir/s learn the Singfest repertoire. Schools choose their date and venue preference when registering and this is confirmed prior to the event.

On the day of the event, each school comes together to workshop the repertoire in a massed choir of all the schools present on the day, culminating in a concert at 5.15pm. This performance is an exciting opportunity for young vocalists. Singfest will be especially useful for students in schools with smaller choirs or singing groups.

Please note: Students will be expected to know the performance pieces from memory before their Singfest day. Teachers will be expected to supervise fully until the very end of the evening.

Cost and GST information

The cost is $18 per student.

Schools will be invoiced for the number of students participating before the event. Schools attending will need to ensure they provide adequate supervision of students at all times including lunch breaks as well as before and after the concert.

Guest conductors

​Guest conductors are yet to be announced for the next event.​​​

Dates

Singfest usually runs in week 7 and 8 of term 3.

With the current Covid environment, a decision on Singfest 2022 proceeding is yet to be made. Details will be announced when a decision is reached.​

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Last updated 22 February 2022