Sunday 21 August 2016 – Saxon Baroque
Our second concert for the year features two exceptional works from Saxony’s Baroque era. CPE Bach’s triumphant Magnificat was first performed in Leipzig in 1749, and shows Bach’s mastery of both the ‘modern’ galant style and strict counterpoint. Johann David Heinichen’s Mass No.9 is characterised by elaborate brass sections, giving it a truly majestic sound, well suited for the Saxon Court.
3pm Sunday 21 August 2016
The Great Hall University of Sydney
Sydney University Graduate Choir
Christopher Bowen OAM
Anita Kyle – soprano
Ashlyn Tymms – alto
Richard Butler – tenor
Simon Lobelson – bass
$45 full adult price
$42 full pensioners (not seniors cards)
$25 full time students & children 16 and under
To purchase tickets
Tickets to this concert are available through:
Seymour Centre Box Office: phone 02 9351 7940 or online via the Seymour Centre.
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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.