The HOTA Choir

HOTA Choir presented by Gold Coast Airport

The HOTA Choir is a massed choir of local voices with a punchy and soulful repertoire of contemporary works under the music direction of Antony Zambolt and a team of guest conductors.

This exciting collaboration provides choirs and singers from all backgrounds a unique opportunity to rehearse contemporary vocal arrangements in a fun and informal environment.

So far the choir has performed at Concert for the Planet, The Commonwealth Games Festival 2018 and with Neil Finn as well as performing carols at the Gold Coast Airport.

In 2020 the choir will be part of several exciting performances including The Greatest Showman Sing-along Experience and their first stand-alone concert.

The choir is also adding HOTA X Ensemble which will be a smaller group of auditioned singers.

The choir rehearses on Monday evenings at HOTA, from 6pm to 8pm commencing February 3. There is no cost to be a part of the choir. Participants need to be aged 16+ and those aged 16 and 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian in order to attend.

HOTA Choir is presented by Gold Coast Airport.

Want to get involved in the HOTA Choir?

Everyone is welcome, no need to audition – just complete the online registration form.

Alternatively, you can just come along and check us out! Rehearsals for 2020 commence on Mon 3 Feb.

For more information about HOTA Choir please see our Frequently Asked Questions.

Alternatively, contact Emma-June Curik at or on 07 5588 4042.

Want to get involved in the HOTA X Ensemble?

The HOTA X Ensemble is a new smaller ensemble, created to provide additional performance opportunities and development for singers.

You will be required to audition to be part of the HOTA X  ensemble and will rehearse regularly to prepare for performances, developing a diverse repertoire of challenging contemporary works. Members will also be offered the chance to participate in workshops with guest conductors throughout the year.

Auditions will commence on Mon 3 Feb.

Contact Emma-June Curik at or on 07 5588 4042.