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Instagram - @sydunigradchoir_singonHooray it’s Fri-yay! And just over a week to go until the first concert for 2018, the delightful Mendelssohn and Nicolai works. Performed by the Sydney University Graduate Choir, four talented soloists and an orchestra under the baton of music director Christopher Bowen OAM, it’s a beautiful way to spend your Sunday afternoon. Tickets are on sale now at sydunigradchoir.eventbrite.com ... get yours today!In the mood for an uplifting, inspiring musical experience? This is it! SUGC Chamber Choir sings works by Mendelssohn, Durante, Saint Saens and original works by Christopher Bowen OAM. Sunday 18th March, St Patricks Parish Hall, 5 Drynan St, Summer Hill. Tickets (a $25 donation) available at the door from 5.30pm.
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In recent years, Adrian Tamburini has become one of the Choir’s favourite soloists. Adrian first sang with us as bass soloist in the premiere of Christopher Bowen’s An Australian War Requiem in August 2014, and returned for Dvořak’s Stabat Mater, … Continue reading
Grads choristers and audience members still transported by Dvořák’s Stabat Mater can extend their emotional stay in Bohemia until early in June, when the SSO, under Chief Conductor and Artistic Director David Robertson, will give a concert of Czech music. … Continue reading
The Choir’s 2015 concert season got off to a brilliant start with a Great Hall performance on 3 May of Dvořák’s wonderful Stabat Mater. Dvořák marked a new direction in Grads’ repertoire and a thoroughly satisfying one at that. In … Continue reading