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Category Archives: Outside activities
Earlier this month, in the company of a music-loving friend, who has on more than one occasion been a member of our Guest Choir, I visited Adelaide to attend the Festival presentation of Brett Dean’s new opera, Hamlet. We drove … Continue reading
On Sunday 2 August, the Chamber Choir provided singers to supplement the Central Coast Chorale (CCC) for a performance of Mozart’s wonderful Requiem KV626 at Gosford. This was only the latest example of cooperation between the two choirs, which have … Continue reading
Longtime Grads soprano and sometime Rockdale Opera Chorus Member, Dawn Plasto, has brought this upcoming event (in which she is appearing) to our attention: The Rockdale Opera Company is back in production with a stunning production of Franz Lehar’s Merry … Continue reading
One week before Christmas the Sydney University Graduate Choir joined with the Sydney Community Choir and the Central Coast Chorale (conducted by Christopher Bowen), Waitara Voices (from Waitara Public School, conducted by Jenny Bell), and the joyous soprano voice of Elke … Continue reading
On Sunday the 11th of August, as Sydney’s CBD was locked down for 85,000 runners in the City-to-Surf, and as kids across the Central Coast were getting excited about the Moscow Circus while their dads resigned themselves to missing the rugby … Continue reading
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
Grads members and guest choristers still on a high after our Town Hall performance of Verdi’s Requiem can vicariously relive the experience this month, when the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, under its American Chief Conductor-designate, David Robertson, performs the great work … Continue reading
On a cool but sunny Sunday morning, a group of 12 singers from the Chamber Choir were at the Maritime Museum in Darling Harbour, to provide some choral entertainment at the opening of a new section of the “Welcome Wall”. … Continue reading
On Monday 16 April, Grads members provided the entertainment at what is becoming a regular item on the University calendar, the so-called ‘Golden Graduates Luncheon’, at which graduates of earlier times are given the opportunity to return to the University … Continue reading