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2014 Concerts

An Australian War Requiem

Sunday 10 August 2014 at 3pm

This very special concert marks the centenary of the outbreak of World War 1—the Great War—in 1914 and of the Gallipoli campaign in 1915. It presents a meditation on conflict and loss from a uniquely Australian perspective. This newly-commissioned work takes as its main text letters between Australian soldiers at the front and their mothers at home, and paints a picture of grief and sacrifice in a truly universal way that transcends the national context.

Sydney Town Hall

Soloists, Choirs and Orchestra
Celeste Lazarenko – Soprano
Ayse Goknur Shanal – Soprano
Andrew Goodwin – Tenor
Adrian Tamburini – Bass
Christopher Richardson – Bass

Childrens Choir
Sydney University Graduate Choir and Orchestra

Music Director
Christopher Bowen OAM

Concessions available – $10 off each section for pensioner and full time students.

To purchase tickets
Tickets to this concert are available through:
Seymour Centre Box Office: phone 02 9351 7940 or online via the Seymour Centre
Ticketmaster: phone 1300 723 038 or online via Ticketmaster

Engage the Chamber Choir for your event

Add an extra dimension to your next event – engage the Chamber Choir. The Chamber Choir is available to perform at a range of events including degree conferrings, formal services, weddings, parties, promotional events.

Please contact the Choir’s President to discuss details.
The Choir’s Chamber Choir, formed from within the full Choir in 2004, is designed to add to our flexibility and overall performance capacity. The Chamber Choir reached the state finals of the ABC FM Choir of the Year competition in 2006 and regularly performs at University and external events.

5 Responses to Hear Us

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  2. Damein Lynch says:

    Could you let me know the dates for 2014, if they are set yet.

  3. david moser says:

    Sure – the dates for 2014 are:
    Sunday 4th May: The Salzburg Connection (Mozart & M Haydn)
    Sunday 10th August: An Australian War Requiem – Christopher Bowen (Sydney Town Hall)
    Sunday 7th December: An English Winter’s Evening (Finzi, Vaughan Williams)
    Full details will be posted on this page in the Dec/Jan period. Whilst the dates are unlikely to change, there may be small adjustments to the details above before then.

  4. Jose Brown says:

    do you need sopranos?

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