A Chorus of Women began with 150 of us singing the lament for the people of Iraq that led the 7.30 Report on 18 March 2003, when Australia went to war. 17 years later, we are still singing up public wisdom. Peace, social justice and effective climate action are the matters of heart in our original songs, major productions and civic conversations.
We are locked down in Canberra. But that's not stopping Chorus women from humming our song for the women and girls of Afghanistan. Glenda Cloughley wrote 'Love Has a Voice' in March 2007 for the visit to Australia of Afghan MP Malalai Joya... Every day in every year
See our News page for the story of 'Love Has a Voice' plus full recording and lyrics.
On 26 June 2021 A Chorus of Women took part in a sell out work-in-progress performance of Invocation, developed by 'Earthbound', Canberra's new intergenerational multi-arts performance group. See our Highlights page for a full report
We welcome opportunities to collaborate with other like-minded people and organisations. We have organised conversations, singing seminars, and have prepared artistic contributions to public events, as well as our own major choral works.