I’m looking forward to my very first concert with the Australian Chamber Choir at 3pm on Sunday 14 September, 2014, at the beautiful St John’s Church, Flinders. The program includes:

  • John Taverner (c1485-1542) – The Western Wynde Mass
  • Thomas Tomkins (1572-1658) – When David heard that Absalom was slain
  • Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) –  O Jesus Christ mein’s Lebens Licht (BWV 118)
  • John Tavener (1944-2013) – Song for Athene (1993, performed at the 1997 funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales)
  • Brett Dean (born 1961) – Now comes the dawn (2007)
  • Brenton Broadstock (born 1952) – I had a dream (2005)
  • Francis Poulenc (1899-1963) – Salve Regina
  • Charles Villiers Stanford  (1852-1924) – Latin Magnificat for Double Choir Op.164

Tickets are $30, and you can book in advance here.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Performing in Hans Krasa’s Brundibar with Opera Prometheus at the Sydney Jewish Museum was probably one of the most rewarding musical experiences of my career. I feel pretty honoured to have been involved in such a wonderful project. Particular thanks to Mel & Sarah Penicka-Smith, and Sharna Galvin. Here’s a photo of the cast, taken before our final performance…

Photo courtesy of Hester Wright
Photo courtesy of Hester Wright