Category Archives: Choir members

Xmas in July

Food glorious food glazed ham and mustard dozens of gourmet salads and tiny plum puddings and custard At the lunch break during our work shop on Saturday 3rd August Grads celebrated Christmas in July a little late. The spread provided … Continue reading

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Contribute to the new-look Sing On blog!

Have you looked at the blog recently? We’ve given it a bit of a facelift – leave us a comment to let us know what you think. Do you like the photo and titles? Do you need sunglasses for the … Continue reading

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Marilyn responds

A response is required to the item posted recently with my name in the title. I can’t recognise the person described in that item, but must thank those responsible for its appearance; my son suggests that I try using that … Continue reading

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Thank You, Marilyn!

On 12 July, the Choir’s Committee farewelled and thanked Marilyn Gosling on the conclusion of her stint as Immediate Past President (IPP). Marilyn had completed one year in this supposedly honorific role and was well on the way to completing … Continue reading

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Farewell to Neil Morrison

On Monday 24 June, some 25 Grads members, including your correspondent, attended the funeral of Neil Morrison, who had been a highly respected member of our bass section between 1997 and 2006. I had sat close to Neil in the … Continue reading

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THE CONFESSION OF A CHORISTER

I had long cherished the desire, To join a large, prestigious choir. When first I heard the Graduates sing, Immediately I knew this was the thing: To sing the works of trad and anon, To tambourine, fife and gong. To … Continue reading

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Letter from Rachael Woods

Hi Everyone at Choir, I would like to share the wonderful opportunities that I have to go to Perth and then Uganda. I see it as almost a fluke in a way. Well, not really, but I have a dear … Continue reading

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Interview with Margaret Davidson

80 Years Young, an Alto and a Pillar of the Grad Choir. Where were you born? I was born in Sydney at the War Memorial Hospital in Waverley although my home was in Woonona which is six miles this side … Continue reading

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