Join Sydney Children’s Choir and visiting guest choir Pacific Boychoir Academy in PACIFIC VOICES for one night only in the beautiful acoustic of the Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
This is the only chance for Sydney audiences to catch the Pacific Boychoir Academy in their Australian tour.
Founded in 1998, the Grammy-winning Pacific Boychoir Academy of California has over 175 boys in seven choirs. In its short history, Pacific Boychoir Academy has become known as one of the top boys choirs in the world, known for its rich sound, musicianship, phrasing, and talented soloists. The boys sing everything from Mozart to Cole Porter, from Bach Cantatas to American spirituals.
Sydney Children’s Choir needs no introduction to local audiences, as it proudly represents Sydney as the most prestigious and well-known vocal program for young singers of school age. Founded as a single ensemble in 1989 by Lyn Williams OAM, it now includes up to 500 young people each year in performing choirs and training ensembles, including The Young Men’s Choir formed to provide specialised training for boys whose voices have changed or are changing. The performing ensembles are instantly recognised for their crystal clear sound and known for their precision and discipline, developing through regular training a courageous and compelling performance style.
22 July at 6.30pm
Sydney Conservatorium of Music
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