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Australian Contemporary Chorale

This is a stub entry only — it provides links to other resources by and about Australian Contemporary Chorale held in our catalogue.

Random Audio Sample: Words of wisdom : song cycle for vocal sextet by Katy Abbott, from the CD Rear vision

Works commissioned by Australian Contemporary Chorale

The twelve days of Christmas by Stuart Greenbaum

Inflight! by Linda Kouvaras

Works commissioned and written for Australian Contemporary Chorale

An arc of love by Stuart Greenbaum

The twelve days of Christmas by Stuart Greenbaum

Inflight! by Linda Kouvaras

CDs, Books and Kits featuring Australian Contemporary Chorale

CD: Stations / Australian Contemporary Chorale.

World premieres given by Australian Contemporary Chorale

The twelve days of Christmas : for SATB choir by Stuart Greenbaum— (Federation Square, Melbourne)

The Sixth day of Christmas : for choir (SATB) by Linda Kouvaras— Nov 06 (Modern Miniatures, Shenstone, Merricks North, Victoria)

An arc of love : for SATB choir by Stuart Greenbaum— 14 Sep 06 (Trinity College Chapel, Melbourne)

Dusk : for choir (SATB) by Linda Kouvaras— Sep 06 (“The Heart Speaks” concert, Trinity College, The University of Melbourne)

Via crucis, 15 stations of the cross : unaccompanied choir by Brenton Broadstock— 21 Apr 06 (BMW Edge Theatre, Melbourne)

Inflight! : for choir (SATB) and electric bass guitar by Linda Kouvaras— Oct 04 (Port Fairy Festival, VIC)

Teddy bears' picnic : for SATB choir and piano by Linda Kouvaras— 27 Oct 03 (Dante’s, Fitzroy, Melbourne)

To enter the dream which includes all dreams : for choir (SATB) and piano by Linda Kouvaras— May 02 (Ormond College Chapel, Melbourne)

Sun setting : for massed choir by Katherine Rawlings— 1 Nov 01 (Ormond College Chapel, The University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia)

To enter the dream which includes all dreams : for choir (SATB) and piano by Chris Wallace-Crabbe and /artist/— Sep 01 (Melbourne Fringe Festival, Melba Hall)