Witchies Uke

Witchie Ukes are a community ensemble based in Witchcliffe directed by Anu Grace. These Uke Geeks are keen to walk the extra mile to play their music off the page – by heart! Our Blues set explores numbers from the 1930’s with melodic group solos & folks stepping up to the mic for the first time.

Uke Nomad

U K E N O M A D
UKE NOMAD play contemporary & original Jazz/Folk featuring Tenor & Bass Ukuleles with an ear tuned for sound quality.
Looping the tenor rhythm uke line and layering lead uke with flute, sets a counterpoint for the rich vocal harmonies and inspiration of the Songs to shine through. Soulful!

Wadan Warangkiny

Kaya maaman, yorga wer koorlangka. Ngaalak Wadan Warangkiny. Welcome men, women and children. We are Wadan Warankiny – Ocean Singing. We are a small group of enthusiastic singers who meet together to sing songs old and new written by Aboriginal musicians in Aboriginal languages and in English. Come join us as we celebrate friendship and the beauty of the Noongar language through the joy of singing. Boordawan (See you later).

The Song of Us

Welcome to The Song of Us. We are a non-audition choir singing for the joy and community of it. We laugh freely and often in our Friday morning rehearsals at Bull Creek and like to walk the line between singing purely for the fun of it, and the sense of joy obtained when meeting new musical challenges at our own pace. This weekend we perform in a small chamber version of the choir in 2 and 3 parts. Our repertoire is predominantly, but not only, a cappella, and we enjoy putting our own spin on the songs we sing. Enjoy an eclectic program – world, folk, pop and original songs often arranged made by the director, Raelene Bruinsma, and/or friends of the choir.

Take Note

Take Note is a close knit group of 14 women who like to sing in harmony and have a good laugh together. Our aim is to serve the community in song, and to have fun while doing it. With our large and varied repertoire of popular songs of the last nine decades, plus folk, film and world music, there is always something for everyone to enjoy!

LadyBUGs Uke

The LadyBUGs are part of the Busselton Ukulele Group (BUG) and have been playing together for almost seven years. We play different genres across the decades and add our unique harmonies and interludes. We play concert, tenor and bass ukuleles along with percussive instruments to enhance our repertoire. We all love performing together and play regularly within the SW community.

Quorum

QUORUM chamber singers

Quorum is a fourteen voice ensemble directed by David Woods.
Madrigals and anthems from the sixteenth century to the present.
We a pleased to present some of the finest pieces of the period and especially some very beautiful settings by
contemporary composers such as Ola Gjeilo’s gorgeous “Northern Lights”.

Hengequeens

For choral treats with a side of feminism, check out Hengequeens: a feminist pop choir made up of people marginalised by the patriarchy, singing on Whadjuk country since May 2021, and directed by musician and academic Dr Claire Coleman. The Queens sing popular (and not-so-popular!) songs that are by, for and about women and non-binary people. We want our sets to amplify and promote a range of voices, experiences and creative expressions. After we smash the patriarchy, we eat a lot of cake. A pox on setlists full of white dudes!

Busselton Ukulele Group (BUG)

Busselton Ukulele Group (BUG)

BUG has been playing together for seven years and has 20 members who practise together once a week. BUG plays a variety of genres to include rock, pop, jazz, folk and sometimes a little bit of classical, incorporating vocal harmonies, different strumming styles and finger picking to add interest.
The ukulele has become a very popular portable four stringed instrument and BUG members play soprano, concert, tenor and baritone ukes as well as a lead U-Bass to keep tempo. You might hear a cajon (drum), kazoo, tambourine, or even a harmonica during our performances!
BUG has performed at the Margaret River Strings Attached Guitar Festival, and play regularly for community events across the SW region

Electric Barbercats

The Electric Barbercats were formed in 2018, comprising four experienced quartet singers, holding collectively 11 national gold medals between them (and numerous silver and bronze medals).
Hailing from Perth, Western Australia, they are; Ash Schofield (lead), Andrew Milner (bass), Dan Millgate (baritone), and Ian Mulholland (tenor). All members are also actively engaged in musical theatre, regularly appearing in productions in Perth. Currently Dan is President of Barbershop Harmony Australia (BHA), and Ian is the immediate past President. Ash is the music director of award winning, and Australian champion chorus, Vocal Evolution.