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Brighton to Bondi

Event

Brighton to Bondi

  • Date: Friday, 16 September 2011, 7pm
  • Venue: Sydney Town Hall — 483 George St, Sydney, NSW
  • Tickets: $80/$60/$45, concessions available by calling (02) 9251 3115 — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on (02) 9251 3115

Event Details

Sydney Philharmonia Choirs present the great works for organ and large chorus hailing from both the ‘mother country’ and our own fair shores. Brighton to Bondi explores traditional English choral songs set in contrast to the land, the people and the cities of Australia through some of this country’s most evocative repertoire. Join us and witness the captivating 400 voices of Festival Chorus and VOX. This is a concert that is sure to leave you feeling at once both patriotic and historically nostalgic!

Featured non-Australian music: Parry

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (02) 9251 3115

Featured Australian Works

Country gardens : piano duo by Percy Grainger
Djilile : choir by Peter Sculthorpe
— performed by Brett Weymark, Elizabeth Scott and Sydney Philharmonia
Geography songs : for SATB choir (1995) [Geography VI] by Paul Stanhope
— performed by Brett Weymark and Sydney Philharmonia Choirs
Hymn of the Heart by Raffæle Marcellino
— performed by Sydney Philharmonia Choirs
Digital sheet music sample Losing the plot : for SSA choir and piano (2005) by Paul Stanhope
— performed by Sydney Philharmonia Choirs
Digital sheet music sample Mountain chant : three sacred choruses (2003) by Ross Edwards
— performed by Sydney Philharmonia Choirs
Shore : choir
— performed by Sydney Philharmonia Choirs and Brett Weymark
Sydney dreaming : for unaccompanied choir (1988) by Stephen Adams
— performed by Sydney Philharmonia Choirs and Brett Weymark
 Brighton to Bondi by Brett Weymark — World premiere

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