For over 35 years, Adelaide Chamber Singers has revelled in the sonorities of centuries of choral music and we sing not so much because we can, but because we must.

Season 2022

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Program 1. In-House

15 July

Chateau Apollo
Adelaide, 7pm

16 July

Chateau Apollo
Adelaide, 6.30pm

17 July

Chateau Apollo
Adelaide, 2.30pm

We begin our 2022 season with a celebration of big music in an intimate space. With music for full ACS ensemble, from Lassus’ glorious Musica Dei Donum Optimi (Music, gift of the Gods) and Claudio Monteverdi’s Cantate Domino (Sing to the Lord) to Robert Pearsall’s poignant Lay a Garland, and the spiky Love Lost vignettes by Paul Sjolund, plus music for smaller ensembles.

Join us in the candle-laden surrounds of Chateau Apollo, where we sing contemporary, folk, madrigals and part-songs from hearth and home, with sighs, tears and cheers.

Single Tickets

Adult: $48
Concession/Seniors: $40

We are hiring!


Adelaide Chamber Singers is currently seeking expressions of interest for the role of Digital Content Strategist. The Digital Strategist will be engaged as an independent contractor until the end of 2023.

Submit your Expression of Interest (or any initial queries) to:

Business Manager, Jo Pike

Please include a current resumé/CV and a written EOI addressing the selection criteria (maximum two pages) by 5pm on Thursday 14 April, 2022.

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Hear My Prayer

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Current attendance requirements due to COVID-19

Anyone aged 16 and older (UKARIA Cultural Centre- aged 12 and older) will be required to show proof of COVID-19 double vaccination, or show their certificate of medical exemption, proof of identity, and an approved negative COVID-19 test result (either an SMS of a negative result from a PCR test or a photo of a negative RAT) no older than 48 hours (UKARIA – no older than 72 hours), to gain entry to an ACS event. Attendees are required to wear a mask while inside the venue and throughout the performance, as directed by the SA Government.