The Australian National Choral Association :

Melbourne University Choral Society:

Orchestra Victoria:

The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

The Chamber Strings of Melbourne


Federation For Choral Music (IFCM) The IFCM was founded in 1982 for the purpose of facilitating communication and exchange between choral musicians throughout the world. Through its world and regional symposia, conducting master classes, World Youth Choir, Choral Music Database (Musica), ChoralNet website, World Choral Census, International Choral Bulletin, World Day of Choral Singing and many other projects, IFCM is fulfilling its purpose. Website:

The Royal School Of Church Music (RSCM) RSCM Australia is a national ecumenical church-music association that aims to assist and encourage all who are concerned with church music in Australia. Formed in 1995 by the federation of the Australian branches of The Royal School of Church Music, it was officially launched in January 1999. Website:

Australian Choral Conductors Education And Training (ACCET) ACCET provides conductor training, voice and repertoire information. Also, ACCET runs an annual Summer School in Melbourne for choral conductors at all skill levels: from beginner to advances Website:

APRA/AMCOS AMCOS grants licences for the reproduction (copying) of musical works APRA administers the Performing Rights in music. These are the rights that, under the modern language of copyright, are those of performance in public and communication to the public Website:

National Youth Choir Of Australia (NYCA) The National Youth Choir of Australia – NYCA – brings together the best singers from across Australia in a unique choral ensemble. This vibrant group meets for a limited time each year to rehearse and perform a wide variety of sacred and secular music. New Australian choral music is frequently premièred, including works composed by members. NYCA provides outstanding young musicians with the opportunity to extend their choral skills in an exceptional ensemble. Working with renowned local & international conductors, exploring new music and pushing choral boundaries is an experience not to be missed. Website:

Music Council Of Australia (MCA) Promotes the advancement of Australian musical life in all its aspects by assisting musicians and music organisations to pursue their objectives. Website:

Australian Music Centre (AMC) A place on the internet to find out about Australian composers and their music. Provider of information, publications and scores relating to Australian music Website:

Australian National Association Of Teachers Of Singing (ANATS) ANATS is a professional association dedicated to serving all those who teach singing in Australia. Website:

Australian Society Of Music Educators (ASME) ASME was established in 1967. Its establishment followed discussions between nationwide representatives after the successful UNESCO Conference on Music Education held in Sydney in July 1965. The purpose of ASME is to encourage and advance music education at all levels as an integral part of general education and community life, and as a profession within the broad field of music. Website: