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The Choir’s second Great Hall concert for 2018 comprised two rarely performed works by one of the most admired and popular composers of all, Ludwig van Beethoven. In the first half of the program, Christopher Bowen led us in the … Continue reading
We are delighted to introduce you to our four very talented soloists, who will take to the stage under the baton of music director Christopher Bowen OAM, in our upcoming all Beethoven Concert on Sunday 12th August 2018, at the … Continue reading
A number of the soloists who have given great pleasure in their performances with the Choir are currently doing very well with Opera Australia (OA). In particular, Anna Dowsley, the young mezzo-soprano who starred in our memorable Verdi Requiem in … Continue reading
A highlight of this year’s Sydney University Graduate Choir concert series will be the conduct of the prestigious Joan Carden Award. As we prepare to open the application process for prospective competitors, it is timely to provide a brief history … Continue reading
Members will be interested to hear that Anna Dowsley (mezzo soprano), who, with Amy Corkery, was singled out for encouragement in March this year, by the adjudicators of the Joan Carden Award, sponsored by the Choir, won the final of … Continue reading