Polyphony is an award winning community choir for residents of Sydney’s Inner West & City of Sydney.
Formed over a decade ago, Polyphony has been directed by some of Australia's leading contemporary classical musicians (Jack Collwell, Sally Whitwell,
Dan Walker & Corin Bone).
Not limiting itself by genre, Polyphony explores a
range of modern and traditional work, whether it be
a 19th-century song cycle or a Radiohead classic. Polyphony aims to explore through performance a wide range of repertoire (David Bowie, Björk, Kate Bush,
Saint-Saëns, Powderfinger, Daft Punk... to name a few!) keeping its members – and its audience! – on their toes.
We take pride in singing a range of material that
is often not sung by other community groups.
Most of our members have joined in the last 3-5 years, with the average age of our members being 30-40.
But we encourage all ages and backgrounds
to join our ranks!
We are, at heart, a community choir who meet
& perform for the love of singing. We welcome fun,
open minded members with a similar passion for song.
Come join us!
"The evening capped off with an
all-in performance of Kate Bush’s “Cloudbusting”, led by Jack Colwell and featuring the inner-west community choir Polyphony."
"'Praise', was composed specially
for Polyphony earlier this year.
The Underbelly Arts work expands
on the original piece, and turns it
"The Inner West’s most progressive choir is back with an ambitious new program. “Songs and Stories” pairs some of Sydney’s funniest and most acclaimed writers with the music that has shaped them."