Maroondah Singers is a long-established choir based in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs. It is a mixed voice community choir dedicated to the enjoyment of choral music for both singers and listeners. We have a wide-ranging repertoire, including songs from the shows, ballads old and new; classical and modern; secular and sacred; from composers ranging from Handel & Verdi to Rodgers and Hammerstein to Elton John and Billy Joel. Maroondah Singers welcomes new members. You don’t need experience, just an interest and the ability to hit the right note. Members share the joy of making music together and giving enjoyment to our audiences. The choir performs in a number of fund raising concerts each year. Visitors are always welcome at our rehearsals on Monday evenings in Mitcham where you can join the choir or simply just watch and listen.
Lyndon Green Maroondah Singers’ 2016 Vocal Scholar Melbourne born tenor Lyndon Green is currently completing a Bachelor of Music at The University of Melbourne, Conservatorium of Music where he studied with Stephen Grant, Rosamund Illing, Raymond Lawrence and has performed in master classes with Antoinette Halloran, Malcolm Martineau and Chuck Hudson. Lyndon was the recipient of the 2012 Florence Bradford Scholarship and the Mona McCaughey Scholarship in 2013. As a member of the Choir of Trinity College he has made various recordings for ABC FM radio and 3MBS. In addition to giving recitals at the Kelvin Club, he has also been involved in several projects with Melbourne Opera Chorus, Polyphonic Voices and Australian Chamber Choir.