Birralee Piccolos

Who are they?

As Voices of Birralee's youngest children's choir, aged from five to seven years, emphasis is placed upon having fun and the children developing musically through the selection of appropriate music literature for children. As a result, the Piccolos make a beautiful sound for such youngsters. 

As the Piccolos develop their confidence and love for singing in a disciplined and fun environment, they are also learning the fundamentals of music literacy and aural perception. During a weekly Piccolos rehearsal the children are encouraged to participate in games, singing and to get physically involved in the creative music making process. Activities are aimed at their level of development, supporting their music growth as well as their emotional, social and physical development.

The Piccolos also work towards a number of performances throughout the year, further helping them develop their learning, memorisation and confidence.

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The Birralee Piccolos performing at Voices of Birralee's, 2023 Birralee Celebrates concert (image: PhotoCo)

When do they rehearse?

Rehearsals are held at two different times and locations (choose which location suits you best). 

Wednesday 4:00pm - 4:45pm(during school terms) at Birralee Headquarters- 57 Carwoola Street, Bardon

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Saturday 1:30pm - 2:15pm (during school terms) at Ascot State School - Massey Street, Ascot

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Choir Staff

Artistic Team

Conductor: Deb Daley 

Accompanists: Connie Lien & Paul Holley


Training Choir Administration Jemma West


Volunteer Team

Managers: TBC

Music Assistants: Hannah Wilson and Summer Favell (Saturday)

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How to Join

Is your child interested in becoming a Birralee Piccolo?

View fee information here

Contact Us or visit the online registration page to enrol your child in the Birralee Piccolos. 

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Official partners of Voices of Birralee

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Voices of Birralee acknowledges the Traditional Owners of this country and recognise their continuing connection the land, water and culture. In our organisation, we recognise the Turrbal and Jagera Peoples as the traditional custodians of Meanjin land. We pay our respects to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and to their Elders past, present and emerging.