Women in Harmony Choir

Changed Temporary Venue to 11 September, 2021 - St Stephens Church Hall, Union St (near Empire Theatre)

Return to previous temporary venue from 18 September, 2021 -  Choral Hall, corner of Bridge and Raff St, Toowoomba

Time - 2-4pm Saturdays.  Bring your own drink and snack for afternoon tea possible.

Of course, due to Covid restrictions please stay away if you are unwell, have been in a hotspot or had contact with covid in the previous 14 days.  If you are attending, signing in with QR code is essential when you arrive.


Women in Harmony at Curious Arts Festival, 2022.


What do “waulkin’ the tweed”, conga line Macedonian dancing and singing in nearly 20 languages have in common?

They were all part of Women in Harmony’s performances at Toowoomba’s Curious Arts Festival 2022.  Along with audience participation and evoking such strong emotions that some were in tears.

Then, to cap it off, a joyous group interview with Garden of Curiosity curators where an hour flew by as we relived experiences of the last 15 years and even burst into spontaneous song.

You don’t get that in a regular choir!

For those who are intrigued about “waulkin’ the tweed”, here is a picture of us practising.  We’ll leave you to Google this fascinating ancient Scottish craft which even featured in “Outlander”.




'A Decade Of Harmony' -  Book Launch & 10th Anniversary Concert

Book Committee Chair, Helen Goodfellow, triumphantly holds aloft the first published copies of our new book, "A Decade of Harmony - the story of the First Ten Years of Women in Harmony."  The book was launched at the Toowoomba Library on Thursday, 11th August, with an authors' talk and singing.

The book is available for sale for $20  by contacting us on info@womeninharmonychoir.org


Music Director, Women In Harmony Choir

Recipient of the Toowoomba Regional Council Cultural Australia Day Award 2012

Elaine Coates



Women in Harmony is a multicultural choir based in Toowoomba, which aims to promote peace and cultural harmony between members and in the broader community. The choir always welcomes new members from all cultural backgrounds.