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  • A community choir for all ages
  • A community choir for all ages
  • A community choir for all ages

About TCS

With a long and proud history, the Toowoomba Choral Society has its roots in the 1933 formation of the Toowoomba Musical Union, as the choir which represented the City of Toowoomba in the City of Brisbane Eisteddfod in that year.  In 1940 the name was changed to the Toowoomba Choral Society and in 1946 the Junior Choir was formed with Mr Mansel Jones as conductor.

With the growth of the Society there have been many rehearsal and performance venues that have been home over the years.  In 1958 with the success of the annual stage musical (commenced in 1955), the Society purchased its first property in Neil Street.  Twenty years later the Bell Street Squash Courts become a purpose built hall with a practice venue and music library.  As the Society expanded, the purchase of the Uniting Church building on the corner of Bridge and Raff Streets has allowed for set and prop sheds, the costume house, three rehearsal halls and a venue for small performances.

Always moving forward...

As a progressive and innovative Society, TCS has recognised the challenges in remaining a viable volunteer organisation and actively works with its members to develop a strategic direction that builds upon its long and respected history yet positions it into the future.

The vision for the Society is to build a future in choral harmony through excitement, enjoyment and excellence in music.  Our mission is to encourage the advancement of choral, vocal and instrumental music through community participation and enjoyment.

The future of TCS is richer for its collaborations with other musical organisations, individuals and societies.  TCS has enjoyed building on opportunities with the Toowoomba Philharmonic Society, Toowoomba Concert Orchestra, High Altitude Harmony, QUMS, Chillingham Voices, Toowoomba Municipal Band, Shoebox Theatre Company, Harley Mead and the Empire Theatre amongst a list of many from all around SE Queensland and beyond.

As TCS moves forward into 2017, the focus will be on local concerts and productions, where all those interested in participating  are encouraged to register your interest in being part of the choir/s.

Our Management Committee Members for 2018  

 President      David Whitford
 Vice President      Eddie Kemp 
 Secretary      June Newton
 Treasurer      Matt Cherry 
 Assistant Treasurer      David Hedges  
 Youth Choir Rep      Marty Zarb  
 Contemporary Choral Rep      Kelly Watts  
 TCS Choir Rep     Position Vacant  
 General Members      Leona Carter