Tag Archives: Christopher Brennan

A view from the audience

Poetic Inspirations Concert Dec 10th 2011 University of Sydney Graduate Choir and Orchestra, Sydney Conservatorium.  My technical grasp of music is pretty tenuous, but I really groove to big sounds. You know, Welsh hymns sung by the locals massed at … Continue reading

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Two Christophers Combined Makes a Divine Musical Mix!

We expected that our December concert, Poetic Inspirations, would be the highlight of the SUGC choral year – it was, after all, the grand finale to a solid rehearsal and performance calendar and so should have a certain flourish and … Continue reading

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Yes. Brennan’s poetry is taught!

In my search for a better understanding of Christopher Brennan and his poetry I discovered that it is taught at our own University of Sydney. Dr Peter Kirkpatrick of the Australian Literature section of the Department of English includes it … Continue reading

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Photos from the ‘Poets’ Concert

A selection of photos taken by professional photographer Christopher Muscat on December 10th. Thanks to C.M.M. Photography, who can be contacted on 0422 289 656 and cm.muscat@gmail.com.

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Review of “Poetic Inspirations” 10 December 2011

SUGC’s Christmas Concert, entitled “PoeticInspirations”, at the Verbrugghen Hall on Saturday 10thDecember 2011, was from all points of view an outstanding success. The program encompassed two orchestral works by Debussy (“Danses Sacrée at Profane” and “Prélude à l’Après Midid’un Faune”) … Continue reading

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Christopher Brennan and Songs of the Heart

With our December concert just a few days away, there are several fascinating articles on poet Christopher Brennan and Christopher Bowen’s wonderful composition ‘Songs of the Heart’ available as background reading for singers, and as encouragement for our potential audience. … Continue reading

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