Concert: Choir of St James' King Street
Join us for a performance by one of Australia's foremost choirs
Get into the festive spirit as the Choir of St James’ take inspiration from the exhibition Masters of modern art from the Hermitage and sing musical gems of European tradition.
The Choir of St James’, King Street, Sydney is one of the oldest musical establishments in Australia, and is linked to the earliest days of the colony of New South Wales. Its large and varied repertoire encompasses music from the Middle Ages to the contemporary, and supports new Australian works, including compositions written by past and present members of the Choir. Past collaborations include working with The Tallis Scholars, The King’s Singers, and The Gabrieli Consort, Opera Australia, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Australian Baroque Brass, and soloists Yvonne Kenny, Greta Bradman and Teddy Tahu Rhodes. The Choir also undertakes a comprehensive programme of recording, broadcasting and touring, interstate and overseas.
Image: The Choir of St James’
Wednesday 12 Dec 2018, 7.30pm
No bookings required
Duration 1 hour
Location: Entrance court