ARC, Amateur Repertory Company Incorporated, is a not for profit community arts organisation that commenced as a youth theatre group in 1996. ARC has two branches supported by an over-arching committee of management.
In 2021, ARC Celebrated 25 Years as a Community Arts Organisation in the northern suburbs of Melbourne.
ARC Choir Branch
Community choirs and the benefits of community singing have become popular around Melbourne over the past few years as they provide a non-traditional recreational activity and allow individuals to feel part of something bigger, connected their local community, promoting health and well-being.
Our choir branch includes the ARC Children’s Choir and ARCappella . ARCappella is an un-auditioned adult community choir for people of all ages and musical ability. ARCappella rehearses weekly in Preston and performs across Darebin and Banyule.
We encourage parents and carers of our Children’s Choir participants to come and try ARCappella and enjoy some singing too! ARCappella rehearses on Wednesday evenings in Preston during school terms.
For more information about ARCappella visit www.arcappella.org.au
ARC Choir Manager
ARC Choir Branch is run by a committee of management, led by Choir Manager Amelia van Lint. Amelia is a social worker with over 20 years experience in working with young people, volunteering & community arts and is a founding member of ARC Theatre and ARCappella Choir. Living in Darebin, Amelia has been passionate about establishing a formal training choir for children and young people in Melbourne’s northern suburbs and looks forward to working with children and their families engaged with the ARC Children’s Choir.
ARC Theatre is the theatre branch of ARC producing a range of musical theatre productions. ARC Theatre is youth focused and provides young people and young adults the opportunity to be involved in all aspects of theatre performance, production and organisational activities. For more information about ARC Theatre visit: www.arc-theatre.com