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Our Next Concert

Beethoven’s Cantata for the Death of Emperor Joseph II & Mass in C Major

The Sydney University Graduate Choir’s August concert is entirely dedicated to Ludwig van Beethoven, featuring his MASS IN C MAJOR Op. 86 and the CANTATA FOR THE DEATH OF EMPEROR JOSEPH II. The Mass reveals an intensely personal and vividly dramatic response to the traditional Mass text. His beautiful cantata clearly breathes the spirit of enlightenment and is prescient when it calls for the “monster of Fanaticism” to be crushed..

Conductor: Christopher Bowen OAM

Soprano: Anita Kyle
Alto: Agnes Sarkis
Tenor: Nicholas Jones
Bass: Simon Lobelson

Sydney University Graduate Choir and Orchestra

Sunday 12th August 2018 at 3pm

The University of Sydney – Great Hall
Science Road
Camperdown, NSW 2050

General Admission $50
Pensioners (no Seniors Card) $45
Children 16 and under, full-time students $25

Tickets available online here or at the door from 2:15pm.



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.

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