To maintain, where possible, the Heritage of the Scottish Highlands & Islands in relation to dress, music & song having due regard to the broad Australian culture and environment.

To learn to sing Scots Gaelic in various harmonies in the traditional manner i.e. “ a capella”.

To raise sufficient funds to subsidise the costs of choir members competing as a choir or one of its named components.

To continuously test our progress against set standards be they public performances or competitions in Australia, Scotland or elsewhere.

To be non-political and non-sectarian.


Membership of Coisir Ghaidhlig Astrailianach, Australian Gaelic Singers consists of two forms:

A Professional Member is one who has expressed an interest in performing with the choir, who has completed an application form agreeing to the fees levied by the Choir at an Annual General Meeting, and who has been accepted by the choir on the recommendation of the Professional Section of the Management Committee

A Social Member is one who has joined the choir in a non-singing capacity, who has expressed an interest in the objectives of the choir, and who is prepared to work in any capacity towards the achievement of these objectives

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