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The Australian Girls Choir (AGC) is known for their inspirational performances to audiences all around the world, through national and international tours, television appearances, and thousands of public events.
The AGC will celebrate their 40th Anniversary next year, with over 6,500 girls aged 5 to 18 in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. Some of their performance highlights include singing for Nelson Mandela, Queen Elizabeth II and President Barack Obama, and alongside celebrity artists including Hugh Jackman, Kylie Minogue and Casey Donovan.
The AGC has wowed audiences at major events including the AFL Grand Final, Australian Open Final and recording the FIFA Women’s World Cup roar, and this year over 100 choristers toured nationally to South Australia and internationally to Italy and France.
A true recognition of the choir’s success is its selection by Qantas to represent the ‘Spirit of Australia’ since 1998 in the hugely successful ‘I Still Call Australia Home’ advertising campaigns, which have captured the hearts of the nation.
While senior choristers dazzle the world with their exciting performances, the journey begins in the junior training levels where any girl with a love of the performing arts can take part in the AGC’s fun and dynamic classes in the training levels. The founding philosophy behind this magical institution is that any child can sing with encouragement and training.