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Tag Archives: Alexander Knight
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
Members may be interested in the promising career progress being made by a couple of our younger soloists. Baritone Alexander Knight has sung with us on a few occasions: in Handel’s Messiah in the Sydney Town Hall and Saul; and … Continue reading
This year marks ten years since SUGC began to record its concerts. As the then President, clearly a very wise person, said in reporting to the 2005 AGM: These recordings will serve as important documents for the Choir as an … Continue reading
On Sunday 22 December, Pascal Herington, the young tenor, who has sung a number of solo gigs with Grads, gave a farewell concert before going to Berlin next year, with a view to launching his solo career. The venue was … Continue reading
2011 was a great year for the Choir, with three outstanding major concerts. On Sunday, 6 May, we began our 2012 season on a brilliant note with a rousing performance of Mendelssohn’s rarely performed masterpiece, Paulus. With this concert, we … Continue reading