Martin Duffy in the Sydney Morning Herald:
“It was standing room only at Our Lady of Mount Carmel church for the Australian Chamber Choir’s celebration of Renaissance sacred music.
The choir’s flawless intonation, impeccable blend, marvellously pure intervals, seamless contrapuntal vocal movement and their careful emphasis on text delivered an exceptional concert. …
The anguish of (Schütz’s) Saul… was balanced by the joyous and daring Freue dich...
However the radiant polyphony of Giovanni Gabrieli’s In Ecclesiis was the perfect final word from this impressive ensemble. Read more …
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Sunday November 2 at 3.00pm at the Basilica of St Mary of the Angels, GEELONG
Saturday November 8 at 3.00pm at Church of the Resurrection, MACEDON
Sunday November 9 at 3.00pm at Our Lady of Mount Carmel, MIDDLE PARK
Pirated by Stanley Kubrick for the soundtrack of his 2001: A Space Odyssey, Ligeti’s LUX AETERNA (ETERNAL LIGHT) certainly sounds as if it is not of this earth. Written for 16 unaccompanied voices, the work is rarely heard due to its extreme difficulty. Also on the program is Pergolesi’s Magnificat, which is every bit as special as his Stabat Mater. More
Nördlingen is the first stop on our planned 2015 Concert Tour of Europe. Come with us! We have room for three more passengers … more
Representation: Professional enquiries regarding the engagement of the Choir in Australia should be directed to Weaver Artist Management