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Dance Chant | Celebrating Ross Edwards

Date: 
Sat, 04/08/2018 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Artists
Sydney Chamber Choir
Synergy Percussion
Sam Allchurch, Paul Stanhope and Nicholas Routley Conductors

Ross Edwards Ab Estatis Foribus | Flower Songs
Clare Maclean Christ the King
Paul Stanhope Agnus Dei / Do Not Stand at My Grave and Weep
and works by Hildegard von Bingen, Peter Sculthorpe, Josephine Gibson, Olivia Swift & Ockeghem

Contact Name: 
Box Office
Contact Phone: 
(02) 8256 2222
Contact Email: 
administrator [at] sydneychamberchoir [dot] org
Venue Name: 
City Recital Hall
Town/Suburb: 
Sydney 2000
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Expressions of Faith - Great Hall - National Gallery of Victoria

Date: 
Sat, 23/12/2017 - 11:00am - 11:45am

Perfect Chord, the Melbourne Baha'i Choir, has been invited to sing in the Great Hall of the National Gallery of Victoria. The concert is part of the NGV's Triennial Exhibition & the theme is Expressions of Faith. Entrance is free. Hope to see you all there!

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Contact Name: 
Lorraine Manifold
Contact Phone: 
0400133444
Contact Email: 
Lorraine [at] ManifoldMelodies [dot] com [dot] au
Venue Name: 
Great Hall, National Gallery of Victoria
Town/Suburb: 
Melbourne
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Phoenix Choir - The Star of Bethlehem

Date: 
Sun, 03/12/2017 - 3:00pm - 4:30pm

Rheinberger’s, The Star of Bethlehem, written in 1890, is a delightful Romantic choral cantata too rarely heard in Australia. The libretto, written by his wife Fanny, tells the Christmas story of shepherds, angels and the wisemen following the guiding star through a series of songs and pastoral chorusses.

Contact Name: 
Robert Smith
Contact Phone: 
0417 200 487
Contact Email: 
treasurer [at] phoenixchoir [dot] org [dot] au
Venue Name: 
Uniting Church
Town/Suburb: 
Blackheath
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Phoenix Choir - The Star of Bethlehem

Date: 
Sat, 02/12/2017 - 4:00pm - 5:30pm

Rheinberger’s, The Star of Bethlehem, written in 1890, is a delightful Romantic choral cantata too rarely heard in Australia. The libretto, written by his wife Fanny, tells the Christmas story of shepherds, angels and the wisemen following the guiding star through a series of songs and pastoral chorusses.

Contact Name: 
Robert Smith
Contact Phone: 
0417 200 487
Contact Email: 
treasurer [at] phoenixchoir [dot] org [dot] au
Venue Name: 
St Hilda's Anglican Church
Town/Suburb: 
Katoomba
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Allegri Ensemble presents, VIGIL

Date: 
Sun, 09/07/2017 - 8:00pm - 9:00pm

Allegri Ensemble, directed by Andrew Bainbridge
presents,
VIGIL
SUNDAY 9 JULY • 8:00PM

ST. DAVID’S CATHEDRAL 23 Murray St, Hobart

Contact Name: 
Festival of Voices
Contact Phone: 
(03) 6224 5975
Contact Email: 
info [at] festivalofvoices [dot] com
Venue Name: 
St David's Cathedral
Town/Suburb: 
Hobart
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Favourite Hymns

Date: 
Sun, 04/06/2017 - 2:00pm - 3:30pm

A selection of some of the most enduring hymns of the Christian Church, by composers and arrangers including Vaughan Williams, Horsley, Dykes, and others. Directed by Paul Terracini, with keyboard accompanist Margo Adelson. Tickets available at the door, Adults $25, Concession $20, Children $5, or online at http://www.academysingers.com.au Afternoon tea included.
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Contact Name: 
Glenys Wakeford
Contact Phone: 
0409602016
Contact Email: 
admin [at] academysingers [dot] com [dot] au
Venue Name: 
Springwood Baptist Church
Town/Suburb: 
Springwood
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Brahms German Requiem

Date: 
Sun, 23/07/2017 - 2:00pm - 4:30pm

Brahms’ greatest and most frequently performed choral work, completed in 1866, has proved to be universally popular.

The Willoughby Symphony Choir, one of the finest community choirs in Australia, will present this work in a spine-tingling and exciting performance with a large orchestra and soloists, under the baton of Peter Ellis.

The work does not follow the traditional text and form of the Requiem Mass but instead has been set to selected passages from the Lutheran Bible. Hopes, fears and resurrection are emphasised rather than church-based spirituality, faith and judgement.

Contact Name: 
Dr Robin Cutting
Contact Phone: 
0294522399
Contact Email: 
admin [at] willoughbychoir [dot] com [dot] au
Venue Name: 
The Concourse
Town/Suburb: 
Chatswood
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Coro Austral presents ASCENDENS CHRISTUS IN ALTUM

Date: 
Sat, 29/04/2017 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

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Following Easter, and in preparation for Ascension Day, Coro Austral will perform Tomás Luis de Victoria’s beautiful motet and mass 'Ascendens Christus in Altum' (Christ ascended on high) in the magnificent ‘gothic’ acoustic of St Augustine’s Church, Balmain on Saturday 29th April.

Contact Name: 
David Goodwin
Contact Phone: 
0410505562
Contact Email: 
dgoodwin237 [at] gmail [dot] com
Venue Name: 
St Augustines Catholic Church
Town/Suburb: 
Balmain
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Palm Sunday Concert

Date: 
Sun, 09/04/2017 (All day)

Music for Easter, directed by Paul Terracini with Jane Andino, keyboard and special guests The Mitchell Quartet. Music by Byrd, Victoria, Duruflé, Lvovsky and more. Tickets will be available at the door or may be purchased online, $25 adults, $20 concession, $5 children, including afternoon tea.
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Contact Name: 
Glenys Wakeford
Contact Phone: 
0409602016
Contact Email: 
admin [at] academysingers [dot] com [dot] au
Venue Name: 
St. Hilda's Anglican Church
Town/Suburb: 
Katoomba
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Messiah in the Mountains - Phoenix Choir

Date: 
Sun, 09/04/2017 - 2:00pm - 4:30pm

Messiah - 9 April 2017

Phoenix Choir is planning a full performance of Handel's Messiah to be held on Sunday 9 April (Palm Sunday) in the Blue Mountains Theatre and Community Hub in Springwood. In the tradition of Messiah we are assembling a large choir and will perform with chamber orchestra and professional soloists.

Contact Name: 
Robert Smith
Contact Phone: 
+61417200487
Contact Email: 
treasurer [at] phoenixchoir [dot] org [dot] au
Venue Name: 
Blue MountainsTheatre
Town/Suburb: 
Springwood
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