Brahms’ Requiem (5 May)

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.

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Late Night In The Cathedral (11 March)

If, as they say, the past is ‘a foreign country’ then we are its émigrés and our heritage abides in our cultural diaspora! Music of the past has inspired Panufnik, Pärt, Williams and Shelley and their point of departure is glorious polyphony from the cradle of choral music – the Renaissance. And for Whitacre and Leonardo da Vinci? Theirs is an altogether different flight of the imagination!

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Late Night In The Cathedral (9 March)

If, as they say, the past is ‘a foreign country’ then we are its émigrés and our heritage abides in our cultural diaspora! Music of the past has inspired Panufnik, Pärt, Williams and Shelley and their point of departure is glorious polyphony from the cradle of choral music – the Renaissance. And for Whitacre and Leonardo da Vinci? Theirs is an altogether different flight of the imagination!

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