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PO Box 1151
Newtown NSW 2042

1300 661 738

Founded in 1975, Sydney Chamber Choir has forged a reputation as one of Australia’s leading choral ensembles. It is especially renowned for its interpretations of Renaissance and Baroque works and as a champion of contemporary Australian choral music, having commissioned and premiered works by many established and emerging Australian composers. Musical Director Paul Stanhope, himself a composer of international reputation, was appointed in 2006.

Sydney Chamber Choir has toured widely and in 2009 was a prizewinner in the 41st Tolosa International Choral Festival in Spain. The Choir’s performances are regularly broadcast across the country on ABC Classic FM, and CD recordings are available on the ABC Classics and Tall Poppies labels.








Fresh from our successful Asia tour, Sydney Chamber Choir presents an exciting season of choral masterpieces from across the centuries and around the world.

We started the year with the incomparable and inspiring guest conductor Richard Gill, directing our Easter concert, Fauré Requiem, with The Metropolitan Orchestra and soloists Belinda Montgomery and Alexander Knight.

In June, the music of American choral super-star Eric Whitacre was centre-stage in an imaginative and colourful program, Cloudburst, inspired by nature and the elements, featuring the virtuosic talents of Sydney percussionist extraordinaire Claire Edwardes.

And to cap the year off in suitably quirky and wonderful style, ARIA Award-winning jazz vocal quartet The Idea of North will be joining us for an exploration of the music of Icelandic pop princess Bjørk, via a journey of music from the icy climes of Scandinavia. Let your hair down and celebrate all things off-beat, strange and beautiful.

Across all three programs, our commitment to new Australian music is as strong as ever, with newly-commissioned works by eminent composers Mary Finsterer, Stephen Adams and Dan Walker taking pride of place.

Put the dates in your diary for our unmissable 2014 season. You won’t regret it!