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Applications are currently open – closing April 26th – for entries for this year’s Joan Carden Award. Conducted with the gracious support of Miss Joan Carden AO OBE, this Award aims to: identify and encourage young singing talent strengthen the … Continue reading
On 13 August, the Choir presented for the second time the finals of the Joan Carden Award as part of a Great Hall concert with orchestra, in tandem with a performance of Mozart’s Requiem. It is always a pleasure and … Continue reading
This Sunday, 13th August, sees the Finals of the 2017 Joan Carden Award take place in the University Of Sydney’s Great Hall at 3pm. Details here. The 2017 Finals feature three wonderful young soloists – Haotian Qi, Joshua Oxley and … Continue reading
Applications are currently open – closing April 28th – for entries for this year’s Joan Carden Award. Conducted with the gracious support of Miss Joan Carden AO OBE, this Award aims to: identify and encourage young singing talent strengthen the … Continue reading
The music for our August concert, consisting of three secular works for chorus and orchestra by Brahms, the Australian premiere of Fanny Hensel-Mendelssohn’s cantata, Hiob (Job)and assorted arias sung by the three young finalists in the revamped Joan Carden Award, … Continue reading
Ashlyn is a graduate of the University of Melbourne (with a Bachelor of Music). She shares a glimpse of her musical childhood, and hopes and plans for the future. What influenced your choice to embark on a musical career? Do … Continue reading
Soprano Morgan Balfour graduated from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music in 2013, with a Bachelor of Music in Advanced Performance, Classical Voice. Morgan shares her memories with us of the start of her musical journey. What influenced your choice to … Continue reading
Born in 1983 in South Korea, Soonki Park studied Bachelor of Music Performance (voice major) at the National University of Busan. Subsequently he came to Australia to study Opera at the University of Sydney. Soonki kindly answered questions about how … Continue reading
On Sunday 14 June, seven young semi-finalists will each perform two works of their choosing, as part of the second round of this year’s Joan Carden Award. To have seven talented vocalists is a testament to the level of interest … Continue reading