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Good Life Chorus
Good Life Chorus: A dementia-friendly community choir

Wednesdays 1.30-2.30pm

Good Life Chorus is a community singing group for adults of all ages and abilities, based at West Ryde Community Hall, 3-5 Anthony Rd, West Ryde, in the northern districts of Sydney, NSW, Australia. It is based on successful models in Canberra and overseas of singing groups which respect, include and support the needs of people in the community who are living with dementia, as well as their carers and supporters.

Good Life Chorus rehearses weekly on Wednesdays. Rehearsals run from 1.30pm-2.30pm. Click here for our schedule, or on the menu link at the top of the page.

Contact us on

enquiries@goodlifechorus.org

(02) 9808 3080

or just come to a rehearsal.

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Our first “away” concert

Our first “away” concert

Ryde Council provided a yummy morning tea GLC a hit at Ryde Library Good Life Chorus entertained more than 50...

We’re in the Northern District Times!

We’re in the Northern District Times!

A lovely article about our choir in the local press… Music helps find ’lost’ memories Dementia choir to change lives...

How is a dementia-friendly choir different to other choirs?

How is a dementia-friendly choir different to other choirs?

Good Life Chorus is a dementia-friendly community choir, which means that while probably the majority of our members will not...

Who is the choir for?

  • Good Life Chorus is -first and foremost – an inclusive community choir for any adult who loves to sing.
  • A special focus of the choir is the inclusion and support of people with dementia and their carers.

 

Rehearsals

 We rehearse on Wednesdays, 1.30-2.30pm at West Ryde Community Centre Hall. 

AUSPICED BY SYDNEY WELSH CHOIR

The group is run by Conductor Bronwyn Hendy under the auspices of the Sydney Welsh Choir, with funding assistance from the NSW Department of Family and Community Services and the Australian National Choral Association through their “Sing Your Age” grants, and from Ability Links NSW, Uniting and the NSW Government.