Festival of Summer Voices Kaleidoscope

17 Jan 2018 Festival of Summer Voices Kaleidoscope

Kick off the 2018 Festival of Summer Voices with a showcase of the five Gondwana National Choirs ensembles:

Junior Gondwana, conducted by Amandine Petit and Kate Albury
For many choristers, Junior Gondwana is the start of their long association with Gondwana Choirs. This treble choir is for children who display substantial musical potential wishing to develop the essential skills of good choral singing.

Gondwana Novus, conducted by Paul Jarman and Kim Sutherland
Our newest treble choir Gondwana Novus offers more advanced repertoire and language experience to young singers who are consolidating their musical skills and ready for new challenges.

Gondwana Voices, conducted by Lyn Williams and Mark O’Leary
Over 20 years, Gondwana Voices has built an international reputation as Australia’s national children’s choir. The treble choir performs across Australia and the world at festivals and in concert halls, collaborating with leading ensembles such as the Australian Chamber Orchestra. A high standard of musicianship is an entry requirement.

Gondwana Singers, conducted by Christie Anderson and Rowan Johnston
Gondwana Singers is an SATB choir of high school-aged singers and is often the first chance for many to experience the repertoire and sound world of a mixed choir.

Gondwana Chorale, conducted by Paul Holley and Carl Crossin
Gondwana Chorale holds a reputation as one of Australia’s finest choirs, bringing together the most talented young adult singers from across the country. Gondwana Chorale tours internationally and its debut recording, SOAR, has received critical acclaim.

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