Welcome to the Glamaphones,  the Wellington NZ gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, inter sex community SATB choir. 
We are a friendly mixed community based choir welcoming anyone who wishes to sing.  
Our emphasis is on participation, inclusiveness and building our GLBTIQ community. The choir is in good health with nearly 60 members.

The Glamaphones evolved out of the Homophones, a gay men's choir that began in 2007. Following Sing Out!, part of the 2011 AsiaPacific Outgames, women were invited to join the choir and in April 2015 we celebrated being four years old. 

We sing for enjoyment and work hard to create wonderful music.  We sing anything we enjoy including pop, classical, spirituals, world, choral, musical and jazz classics. 

A Big Thank you to all of you that came along to our Homegrown Aotearoa Concert series.  

Our Next Concert

7:30 pm  Friday March 2nd 2018

Pitt St Uniting Church

264 Pitt St, Sydney

Bringing together two fabulous LGBTQI choirs, Sydney Gay & Lesbian Choir and Wellington Glamaphones, ‘Close Harmony’ is a celebration of the power of voice to promote acceptance, inclusion, harmony and community between people and nations.

Featuring songs from 40 years of Mardi Gras, and a host of favourites from across the Tasman, you’ll be singing along and dancing in the aisles. You’ll be uplifted, moved, and taken on a musical adventure through harmony.

Sydney Gay & Lesbian Choir has been promoting harmony through song since 1991. We are an inclusive non-auditioned choir open to all and have performed across Sydney, Australia and around the world.

The Glamaphones are Wellington’s 60 strong LGBTQI community choir. Also non-auditioned, they place great emphasis on participation, inclusiveness and building community.

Video of our Gay Anthems Concert Oct 2015