Alfalfa Males

Here’s a question for you….What do goats, gaffa tape, Donald Trump, sloth poop, global warming, and a cross gender chicken called Suzie all have in common?
They are all part of the menagerie of topics put under scrutiny by the Alfalfa Males in their quest to make sense of the world through song!!
Musical duo Tim Darby and Donald Wilson win hearts and engage minds wherever they play with their mix of quirky humour, open hearted intimacy, beautiful vocal harmonies and eclectic musical style.
Their easy banter and authentic stage presence reaches out to embrace the audience in a mingling of stories, humour and lyrical melodies.  Oh yeah…..they also play (in order of size but not necessarily importance) bass, guitar, ukulele, a smattering of violin and….if the occasion calls for it….garden shears.

Soul Singers

Adija and Ansila, sisters and Soul Singers, sing for joy and to put smiles on people’s faces. They have sung since they were small children in a refugee camp in Tanzania. For ten years their families, who belong to the Twa ethnic group,  lived there, having fled from their homeland in Burundi.

Now the Soul Singers live in Yangebup. They continued to sing with the Burundi Peace Band, where they learned to compose  choreograph and harmonize their own songs. And it is the Soul Singers exceptional skills in harmonisation that continue to delight their audiences.

Walyalup Kannajil Community Choir

Walyalup Kannajil – literally translating as ‘Fremantle in Truth’ – is an inclusive community choir based in Fremantle, led by Music Director, Kobi Arthur Morrison. Meeting weekly, we aim to deepen our shared understanding of Noongar culture, history and language through song, learning a range of Aboriginal songs in Noongar and English.

South African Gospel Choir

We are a Multi-Cultural Gospel Choir singing both African and English gospel songs with dance moves and would love audience participation! Our Conductor is Sylva Bright who hails from the Cameroons and our drummer is Alastair Von Schoor from Cape Town

Voices in Sync

Voices in Sync is an acapella group that was formed in 1996. We sing popular, fun songs ranging from the 60’s and 70’s, with group members hailing from all ages and backgrounds.

Irish Choir of Perth

Irish Choir Perth is a community choir open to anyone with a love of contemporary and traditional Irish music. Following sell out concerts in December, they are excited to perform for new audiences at Freo SongFest. Expect beautiful melodies, foot stomping classics and surprising twists on some of your favourite Irish tunes.

A Choired Taste

A Choired Taste has now become a professionally directed country community choir. Our members have a wide range of skills and abilities and our repertoire is a mix of contemporary favourites as well as all the best songs from the 70s, 80s and ’90s.  Musically representing a variety of styles from Modern Contemporary to Jazz, Gospel and multicultural music. We are a non-auditioned choir, High School age and upwards and attend shows around the state.  We welcome and encourage all newcomers who would like to join us for the enjoyment of singing and making music with a positive group of people.


Peppermint presents a fresh and flavourful smorgasbord of songs for your enjoyment.
With a musical menu drawn from a wide range of genres, eras, nations and styles there is something to suit all tastes.
Peppermint is an SATB choir singing a cappella with a pinch of instrumental seasoning, and directed by the multi-talented Coralie Kan.

Perth Male Voice Choir

Perth Male Voice Choir (PMVC) is a performance choir singing in four-part harmony, under the leadership of our Musical Director Simone Bishop. We are based in Western Australia and routinely perform throughout the Perth Metropolitan area. In October 2018 we undertook our first overseas tour of UK. We performed 5 concerts in South Wales and the Cotswolds. We then performed at the Royal Albert Hall, as part of the London Welsh Festival of Male Choirs.


Radujsja (Rejoice!) is a 5-voice a cappella ensemble specialising in Eastern European folk music.  Over a decade, Radujsja has explored polyphonic singing, some of which pre-dates written records, from across the regions many cultures and landscapes.  They have gathered works that span from Georgia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Serbia and even the Finnish arctic circle.  Listeners will thrill to the dissonance and asymmetric rhythms, at first strange to the ear, of the fascinating vocal styles offered by this group.