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.


Brahms’ Requiem

Saturday 5 May


UKARIA Cultural Centre
Mt Barker Summit, 6.30pm

Sunday 6 May

St Peter’s Cathedral
North Adelaide, 2.30pm

From the turbulence of 17th and 18th century Germany, through the ears of Bach and Schütz, to the humanistic, and affirming realm of Brahms’ Requiem, Adelaide Chamber Singers and the Choir of St. James’ Church, King Street combine in perfect harmony. Pianists Jamie Cock and Kristian Chong join us for Brahms’ own piano duet version of his beloved Requiem. And, we welcome the first ACS commission from emerging Adelaide composer and member of ACS Rachel Bruerville.


Carl Crossin OAM & Warren Trevelyan-Jones

Guest Choir

The Choir of St. James Church, King Street, Sydney


Jamie Cock and Kristian Chong

Program Includes

Komm, Jesu komm – JS Bach

In Due Season (World premiere – ACS Commission) – Rachel Bruerville

Requiem (1871 version for choir and piano duet) – Johannes Brahms

…and selected motets – Heinrich Schütz

Duration – 110 minutes including a 20 minute interval


Adult: $45
Concession: $37


Brahms’ Requiem with guests the Choir of St. James Church, King Street, Sydney; Only the Fire Can Say – music for voices and strings and new venue Samstag Museum of Art; Re-Imagine with Creative Director Andy Packer and a new work by Paul Stanhope. More Info

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