Welcome to Spirit of the Streets Choir
The Spirit of the Streets Choir is a not-for-profit community organisation aimed at providing an environment where people from all walks of life and all social backgrounds can come together in song and friendship. It is a Choir where people who experience social disadvantage, isolation and often stigma because of their circumstances would otherwise not be able to enjoy the benefits of singing.
SOS welcomes everyone as active members of a performing choir in a safe, welcoming and non-judgemental environment, whether they are able to sing or think that they can’t sing. Our membership is drawn from all over Perth and there are no barriers to participation.
The Choir provides an atmosphere that takes the message of unity and social acceptance through singing to the broader community. The Choir performs gigs at Not-for-Profit organisations, corporate offices, social events for corporates, community organisations, local councils, government organisations, aged care organisations, and a variety of other venues. If you would like to book the Choir, contact Eleanor, our Booking Secretary, to discuss your event planning.
SOS is an incorporated, volunteer run, not-for-profit organisation based in Perth, Western Australia. We are GST registered, registered with the ACNC and have Charitable Collections Licence.
Our Latest News
- Awesome story on a choir for survivors of throat cancer who have recorded a song for the Paralympics – inspirational https://www.facebook.com/theguardian/videos/559134297607671/
- Mental Health Week is approaching fast – 8 – 15 October. You can see more information on all the events here.
We loved having The Spirit of the Streets Choir perform as part of Expresstival. It gave the public an opportunity to connect with the humanity of the characters involved with hardship plus showcase their talent, which no doubt the choir thrives from. An honour and a pleasure we are always welcome to have back in future. Expresstival
Spirit of the Streets Choir acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Western Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present. (Reconciliation WA)