The SCUNA Choir

A Quick Summary

The Australian National University Choral Society (SCUNA), has an established reputation for high quality performances, and is one of Canberra’s premier choirs.

Founded in 1963, the choir has performed both lesser known and more familiar masterpieces of the choral repertoire. Concerts in recent years have included Mozart's Grand Mass in C Minor, Fauré's Requiem, Vivaldi's Gloria, Bach's Mass in B Minor, Rossini's Petite Messe Solemnelle, Rachmaninoff's Vespers, Requiems by Brahms, Duruflé and Mozart, and pieces by Bernstein, Britten, Byrd, Dvorák, Haydn, Pergolesi, Sculthorpe and Victoria

SCUNA’s membership draws from students, staff, alumni, friends of the ANU, and the wider Canberra community. SCUNA is affiliated with the ANU Students’ Association and is a member of the Australian Intervarsity Choral Societies’ Association (AICSA). The choir welcomes new members and is non-auditioned.


Choir rehearsals are on each Wednesday 7-9:30pm.
Lecture Theatre 3, Level 5, ANU School of Music

New members are welcome any time! Just come along to rehearsal. If you're new and you're lost or unsure about anything ask any of the committe members, whom you will undoubtedly meet on your first night. Lifts home after rehearsal can be arranged during the mid-rehearsal break.