History
The choir in its present form was established by George Combis, protopsaltis of the Church of All Saints, Belmore, Sydney in 1998. The choir is based in Sydney Australia and it consists of 22 young Greek-Australians, devoted to the dissemination and study of our musical tradition. With the blessing of His Eminence the Archbishop of Australia Stylianos and the continuous efforts of its choirmaster Mr. George Combis, the choir has chanted in many church services and has appeared at places and festivals such as Sydney Festival, Australia Day, St Andrews and St. Mary's cathedrals, Sydney University, Enmore theatre, Carnivale Christi and many others including invited appearances in Melbourne and Brisbane.

The work of the choir, other than its regular concert appearances is multi-faceted. Firstly it trains our young chanters to appropriately take up places at the analogion (psalteri) of each parish. In the past it has run seminars covering various aspects of Byzantine chant and hymnology. It also takes part at celebratory services such a vigils, sacraments and parish feast celebrations. And finally, it performs charity work, to aid the community in this respect as well. Most of Sydney's young chanters are members of the Australian Byzantine Choir.

The choir has published a number of studio and live CDs which are for sale to aid the work of the choir.