About AIGC

The Australian International Girls Choir (AIGC) provides high quality performing arts education and exceptional performance opportunities to girls aged 5 to 12 in Singapore. We encourage, challenge and inspire girls as they learn to sing, dance and grow into creative and confident young leaders.

A World-class Training Model

For 40 years the Australian Girls Choir (AGC) has played an important role in growing tens of thousands of girls through our world-class music education. The founding philosophy behind the AGC is that “every child can learn to sing given encouragement and training”, and its unique approach to combining dance with choral music has led the choir to international acclaim as Australia’s most in demand performing arts organisation, training 6,500 girls learning across six cities, with regular performances at Australia’s most prestigious venues including the Sydney Opera House.

Like the AGC, the AIGC believes that all girls can learn to sing, and our inclusive classes cater for varying abilities and confidence levels. The AIGC is non-selective and all girls are welcome to join; our aim for all girls to take advantage of their full potential.

A path to lifelong learning

Involvement in the AIGC extends much further than the vocal training and excellent music education we provide. Our dynamic and inclusive curriculum focusses on growing girls holistically, including developing their confidence, resilience, public speaking skills, self-esteem, social skills, emotional intelligence, presentation skills and teamwork.

The curriculum

There are three age-based levels of the choir and our curriculum includes:

  • Singing fundamentals
  • Movement and dance
  • Musicianship
  • Aural development
  • Theatrical communication and drama basics
  • Performance practice
  • Team building


The junior@aigc curriculum is focussed on developing performing arts skills in a fun and playful environment.

junior@aigc includes:

  • Girls aged 5 to 7

AIGC Training Levels

The curriculum in our Training Levels takes performing arts skills to the next stage, with a focus on part singing, musicianship, vocal extension, and building ‘performance ready’ skills. Our Training Levels are:

  • Allegro – includes girls aged 8 to 9
  • Avanti – includes girls aged 10 to 12

Our staff team uses renowned Kodaly and Orff methods to teach musical concepts and enhance repertoire learning and language development. In addition to singing, classes include movement activities and choreography, drama and speaking exercises, and team-building games. Every level will also learn repertoire for the mid-year and end-of-year performances in which all girls are involved.

Our vertical learning approach means that we are able to encourage all girls in their weekly classes – whether this is her first taste of the performing arts, or she has previous experience. Our classes also promote language development and support girls on their academic journey.

A feeling of belonging to a global community with shared interests and goals often results in lifelong friendships at the AIGC. Increasingly, singing as part of a group is being recognised as beneficial to individuals’ mental and physical health and wellbeing. In our experience, girls thrive as they learn, play and perform with friends.

Class information

All regular AIGC classes will be held on Saturdays across two venues including the Australian International School.

Information about enrolling at the AIGC, 2024 timetables, rehearsal venues, uniform and more is coming soon.

Girls are encouraged to try a free class before joining, which will provide a taste of the range of activities we offer. It’s not necessary for girls to prepare anything for this class and your daughter will not be required to sing by herself. Book now for our June Open Day to secure your spot!

Performance Opportunities

All AIGC choristers will have the opportunity to perform at two major concerts each year; the mid-year Showcase Concert and end of year Annual Concert. Concerts are special occasions for our choristers to share their work with family and friends, and reap the rewards of their hard work throughout the year.

While opportunities exist for selected choristers to extend their skills as concert soloists, the primary focus of the choir’s program is on singing in community.

Growing our presence in Singapore

In 2025 we look forward to launching our Performance Group in Singapore, with additional performance opportunities at high-profile and public events across the country.

Our AGC sisters have shared the stage with a long list of outstanding artists including Pharrell Williams, Olivia Newton-John and Hugh Jackman, and entertained dignitaries including Nelson Mandela, Queen Elizabeth II, three Popes and former President Barack Obama.


AIGC Online Enrolment