Season 2022

Single Concert Tickets

$48 Adult  |  $40 Concession inc. seniors

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3 Concert Package

$117 Adult  |  $96 Concession inc. seniors  

To purchase a 3 Concert Package, add the concerts of your choice to the cart as single tickets and the discount will automatically be applied when you checkout.

4 Concert Package

$154 Adult  |  $126 Concession inc. seniors  

To purchase a 4 Concert Package, add the concerts of your choice to the cart as single tickets and the discount will automatically be applied when you checkout.

ACS Season 2022

Program 1. In-House

Friday
15 July

Chateau Apollo
Adelaide, 7pm

Saturday
16 July

Chateau Apollo
Adelaide, 6.30pm

Sunday
17 July SOLD OUT

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

Program 2. Force of Nature

Friday
16 September

Art Gallery of South Australia
Adelaide, 7pm (promenade)

Saturday
17 September

St Peter’s Cathedral
North Adelaide, 7.30pm

Sunday
18 September

UKARIA Cultural Centre
Mt Barker, 2.30pm

Force of Nature explores the Art Gallery of South Australia’s SALA and Archie 100 (the 100th anniversary of the Archibald Prize), revealing our fundamental connection to the world, and how our environment shapes us. Sun Dogs, by Eriks Esenvalds, the core work for this program, depicts how we perceive images through a myriad of lenses. Through the eyes of the artists, we see things anew, and musically we traverse the globe.

Featuring Samuel Barber’s Agnus Dei and dazzling Antipodean compositions: Legato of After Rain by Paul Stanhope, Claire Maclean’s Et Misericordia, and the first ensemble performance of Afterword by Anne Cawrse.

Single Tickets

Adult: $48
Concession/Seniors: $40

Program 3. Beginnings – ACS²

Sunday
9 October

St John’s Anglican Church
Adelaide, 2pm

Sunday
9 October

St John’s Anglican Church
Adelaide, 4.30pm

In this inaugural program for Adelaide Chamber Singers’ new ensemble ACS², you hear firsthand the thrill of vocal chamber music sung by leading emerging singers from Adelaide, skilfully mentored by members of the ACS core. Directed by both Christie Anderson and Carl Crossin, ACS² will begin its journey in professional music making in 2022, becoming part of the ACS family and joining the  core in many future opportunities.

Program includes: Whitacre Sainte-Chapelle, Bonetti  Angel Lovers, Brooke Shelley Ave Maris Stella and excerpts from Victoria’s Missa O Quam Gloriosum.

Single Tickets

Adult: $48
Concession/Seniors: $40

Program 4. Morning Star

Friday
25 November

St Peter’s Cathedral,
North Adelaide, 7pm

Sunday
27 November

St John’s Anglican Church
Adelaide, 2.30pm

There are few words that can describe the pleasure of singing together at Christmas, and ACS will sing with absolute joy, carols old and new. We are proud to commission a new carol from South Australian composer and ACS alto Rachel Bruerville (whose ACS commission and performance of In Due Season was nominated for Vocal/Choral Work of the Year in the APRA AMCOS /Australian Music Centre 2019 Art Music Awards), and will be joined by St Peter’s Cathedral organist David Heah. With the most uplifting music of the season, Morning Star is a celebration of Christmas in full ACS jubilant style.

Featuring music by Byrd, Britten, Matthias, Jonathan Dove, Sally Beamish and glorious traditional carols.

Single Tickets

Adult: $48
Concession/Seniors: $40

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.

Wheelchair Accessibility

All venues are accessible

Chateau Apollo

74 Frome Street, Adelaide

Wheelchairs: enter via the ramp at 74 Frome Street

UKARIA Cultural Centre

119 Williams Road, Mount Barker Summit

Wheelchairs: enter through the main doors to the auditorium

St John’s Anglican Church

379 Halifax Street, Adelaide

Wheelchairs: enter through the side door on the south-eastern side nearest the hall

Art Gallery SA

North Terrace, Adelaide

Wheelchairs: enter via the ramp at the North Terrace entrance

St Peter’s Cathedral

27 King William Road, North Adelaide

Wheelchairs: enter via side door off the carpark on northern side of Cathedral