Based in Adelaide, South Australia, Adelaide Chamber Singers was formed in 1985 by its director Carl Crossin. The ensemble has established a substantial reputation wherever it has performed and is widely recognised as one of Australia’s leading chamber choirs.
We are delighted to release our 2014 concert subscription season which includes a collaboration with Adelaide’s own Zephyr Quartet, and a new production of Monteverdi’s sixth book of madrigals with director Andy Packer. Our subscription packages offer fantastic benefits, and have no service fees.
Subscription Concert 3, 2013
8pm Saturday 30th November, St Peter’s Cathedral, North Adelaide &
3pm Sunday 1st December, Church of the Epiphany, Crafers SOLD OUT
Celebrate Christmas with the Adelaide Chamber Singers and guest artist harpist Alice Giles. Britten’s famous A Ceremony of Carols and sublime A Boy was Born; Charpentier’s charming Midnight Mass and the premiere of a new work by ACS director Carl Crossin.
Tickets for the 30th November at St Peter’s Cathedral (Church of the Epiphany performance is sold out) are available now through www.trybooking.com/36977 or phone/in person at BASS 131 246
Concert duration approx. 1 hour 45 minutes (including 20 minute interval)
Late Night in the Cathedral
The Complete Motets of JS Bach
ACS will present the complete Motets of JS Bach over two performances of “Late Night in the Cathedral” on 3 & 5 of March 2014 at 10pm at St Peter’s Cathedral as part of the Adelaide Festival.
Both concerts include not only the glorious musical masterworks that are Bach’s Motets, but also feature additional works by Bach for unaccompanied violin performed by Lucinda Moon as well as Knut Nystedt’s deconstruction of Bach’s “Komm, süsser Tod” chorale in Immortal Bach.
Tickets are available now through www.adelaidefestival.com.au or BASS 131 246
Adult $52 / Concession $40 / Fringe Benefits $35
Or purchase a two concert package: Adult $90 / Concession $70
Europe 2013 – here we go! Tour
What a whirlwind three weeks our Europe 2013 – Here we Go! tour has been. We won our two sections and the Grand Prix (best overall choir) at the Musica Sacra a Roma. We sang at Australia House in London and then travelled to Wales where we were awarded the title of “Choir of the World at Llangollen 2013” at the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod. Finally, at the First European Choir Games in Graz, Austria we came away with two gold. Thank you to our wonderful hosts in Rome, London, Llangollen and Graz and to our fantastic supporters from home – hope we did you proud.