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.


Only The Fire Can Say

10 August

Samstag Museum of Art
Adelaide, 7.30pm

11 August

Pilgrim Church
Adelaide, 6.30pm

12 August

UKARIA Cultural Centre
Mt Barker Summit, 2.30pm

Only The Fire Can Say considers inheritance – of memory, people, places, objects and ideas we grow with – that become part of our personal living history. It’s through this inheritance that we travel through our own seasons in this world, knowing what makes us whole and connected. We choose what remains for generations to come. Featuring music for voices and strings by Vasks, Gjeilo, Lauridsen, Ešenvalds and newly commissioned music from Sydney-based composer Luke Byrne.


Christie Anderson

Program Includes

Sacred Heart – Ola Gjeilo

Plainscapes I, II & III – Pēteris Vasks

Sure on this shining night – Morten Lauridsen

Desert Sea and New Work (ACS commission) – Luke Byrne

Only in sleep – Ēriks Ešenvelds


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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