The Australian Girls Choir has toured on thirty-four occasions since 1989 to destinations all over Australia and to every corner of the globe. Over one hundred choristers took part in the AGC’s National and International Tours in 2014; broadening their musical and cultural horizons and forging life-long friendships.

We are immensely proud of the reputation that our touring choristers have achieved, and after all these years of meeting and performing with choirs from around the globe we are sure that our approach to touring is unique. Host groups are amazed that we bring girls together from across five cities, who after three days of rehearsal together, can present a show that is of a professional standard. Beyond this, people we encounter cannot believe how much we fit in to each day as a “family” of 62 nor can they imagine how we maintain the discipline, energy and endless positivity. Experience goes a long way but we couldn’t do what we do without taking a carefully selected group of talented and committed girls. Parents reliably tell us that their daughters return from tour changed for the better and remark about improved self management, increased confidence and a better understanding of the world outside their own community.


We had wonderful response to our invitation to tour this year and were delighted by the quality of the auditionees. 56 choristers will participate in our 18th National Tour in July to South Australia visiting Victor Harbor, Murray Bridge, Clare and the Barossa Valley over a two week period. In September and October another 55 choristers will travel to the USA including Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington DC and New York for three weeks. The girls will be performing with host choirs and schools and sightseeing along the way. We will keep you updated with information about our travel adventures in future newsletters.

18th National Tour - South Australia
Victor Harbor, Murray Bridge, Clare and the Barossa Valley
June 25 – July 8, 2015

We encourage AGC choristers, family and friends to come along and see the National Touring Choir in action at one of their public performances! Details listed below:

Saturday June 27: 2.00 – 3.30pm
Centenary Hall, Cadell Street, Goolwa
Fundraising performance for the South Coast District Hospital Auxiliary Foundation
Tickets: $25 per ticket, available through Goolwa Visitor Information Centre phone 1300 466 592 or Online

Tuesday June 30: 2.30 – 3.15pm
Monarto Zoo, Old Princes Highway, Monarto South
Performance on Monarto Zoo’s chimp platform
Tickets: Zoo entry tickets can be purchased on the day or through the Monarto Zoo website

Tuesday June 30: 7.00 – 9.30pm
Christian Family Centre, 170 Adelaide Road, Murray Bridge
Combined performance with Murray Bridge High School
Tickets: $10 Child/Concession, $15 Adult, $40 Family, available through or phone 1800 442 784

Wednesday July 1: 12.30 – 1.30pm
State Library of South Australia, Mortlock Chamber
Tickets: $10 per ticket, bookings required through or Ph 08 8207 7626

Friday July 3: 7.00 – 8.30pm
Clare Town Hall, 229 Main North Road, Clare
Combined performance with Clare Primary School and High School
Tickets: $10 per ticket (free entry for performers/host families), available at the door

Saturday July 4: 1.00 – 2.00pm
Peterborough Town Hall, 108 Main Street, Peterborough
Tickets: Gold coin donation, children free

Sunday July 5: 2.30 – 4.00pm
Harvest Centre of Tanunda Lutheran School, 16 Maria Street, Tanunda
Fundraising concert for Soroptimist International and Rotary Club of Barossa Valley
Tickets: $10 Adults, children free (includes afternoon tea). Tickets can be purchased by contacting Val Dixon Ph 0419 616 178 or Marie Rothe Ph 0411 524 156 or at the door on the day.

Monday July 6: 1.30 – 3.00pm
Hewett Centre, 28 Kingfisher Drive, Hewett
High tea and harmonies
Tickets: $25 (includes High Tea), available through or Ph 08 8523 0057

Wednesday July 8: 2.00 – 2.45pm
Departures area of Adelaide Airport, 1 James Schofield Drive, Adelaide Airport
Free performance

18th International Tour - USA
Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington DC and New York
September 19 – October 10, 2015

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