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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Messiah (26 November)

Handel’s Messiah has been an integral part of the extended celebration of Christmas in English speaking countries for well over a century. Our intimate, ‘chamber’ performances of this perennial masterpiece are distinctive not only because of the vitality, clarity and drama of the choruses, but also because the arias and recitatives showcase the impressive solo credentials of the members of Adelaide Chamber Singers. Accompanied by an ensemble of some of Adelaide’s finest Baroque musicians, this will be a Messiah to savour.

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