Coastal a Cappella

Coastal a Cappella is a fun, energetic female acappella choir who love to rehearse and perform. We recently finished production of a vibrant live show, Coastal a Cappella LIVE! at the Red Tree Theatre, Tuggerah, which was proudly supported by the Central Coast Council.

We sing in the local community, northern Sydney, Newcastle and the Hunter area at shopping centres, outdoor entertainment venues, for community groups, citizenship ceremonies, festivals and private functions, and we compete regularly, both locally and nationally.

Special highlights for us were when the chorus featured on the Morning  Show on Channel 7, as winners of the inaugural Short + Sweet Voices competition in Sydney and 3rd place in this year's "virtual" Sydney Eisteddfodd for the Show Choir section.

At Christmas time we love to sing carols at Mingara, Hunter Valley Gardens, Mt Penang markets and St Mary's in Sydney.

If you'd like to find out more about singing harmony with us, please see the Membership page.

To book us for your function or event, please see the Book us page to enquire about a package we can prepare for you.


Coastal a Cappella will be competing in the Show Choir and Community Choir sections of the Sydney Eisteddfodd at the Concourse theatre, Chatswood on Thursday 26 June.


We’re hosting a Learn to sing a cappella workshop on Tuesday 13 September from 7 - 9.30pm at the Masonic Hall, Mann St, Gosford. Cost $10 and the workshop is open to women 16 years and over.

For bookings please phone Jennie on 0412 284652 or enquire through our Contact us form.

We’d love to see you there!



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May 10, 2022 - 11:03am
We've just finished production of our successful show, Coastal a Cappella LIVE! at the Red Tree theatre,... more
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March 30, 2022 - 12:00am
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