Teddy Tahu Rhodes and Guy Noble
City Recital Hall
Sat 23 Jan, 2021
Vocal & Choral
Acclaimed baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes joins popular pianist and conductor Guy Noble for a concert of favourite arias and songs.event and ticket info
City Recital Hall
This joyful, spontaneous musical gathering will get your voice – and heart – soaring!
Sydney Flash Mob Choir is inclusive, uplifting and completely exhilarating. From the moment you step into the hall and add your voice, you’ll be hooked on the contagious energy and sense of community. And there will always be an entertaining conductor on stage to guide you through the song, and sometimes even a special guest.
To join in the fun, sign up for our calendar or SMS alerts and we’ll let you know when there’s an event coming up. Absolutely no experience, preparation or commitment is necessary – and it’s free!
How it works: You get a notification with a date and time. You decide to come along. We bring on stage one of Australia’s many entertaining and talented conductors who picks a song for you to sing and there might just be a surprise guest.
Prepare to be moved to laughter, tears, and toe-tapping synchrony. The energy is contagious, cathartic, and full of warmth – an unbeatable experience for anyone who wants to, loves to, needs to….SING
It’s free. It’s fun. There’s no commitment or rehearsals.
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Click the 'Sync to Calendar' button below to sync Sydney Flash Mob Choir to your personal digital calendar and we'll send you an event notification a few days ahead of the next event. You'll never forget a flash mob again! By signing up to a digital calendar notification, you will also receive a reminder on the day with a downloadable copy of the song sheet to your phone or tablet, and help reduce our carbon footprint.
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When is Sydney Flash Mob Choir being held?
We’ll hold Sydney Flash Mob Choir events about once a month. The days and times will vary so different people can attend each time.
Register your mobile number above and a few days before the next Sydney Flash Mob Choir event we’ll send an SMS to everyone who has registered to let them know the date and time.
How long does each event go for?
Each one will run for about 45 minutes but you’re free to come and go as you please.
Once I register, do I have to attend every event?
No, there’s no commitment. You can choose to come often, now and then, or not at all. It’s up to you, but we hope to see you often.
Can I bring friends or family who haven’t registered?
Yes, the more the merrier! They only need to register if they would like to receive notifications of Flash Mob Choir events from us.
Do I need to reply to the SMS to let you know whether or not I’m attending?
No, if you can make it, just turn up. Our SMS service doesn’t receive replies.
Do I need to register for each flash mob event?
No, you only need to register your mobile phone number once and you'll receive an event SMS notification each time.
Do I need to buy a ticket to participate?
No, the events are free and non-ticketed. If you can make it, just turn up.
Even if I’m a terrible singer, can I still participate?
Absolutely, enthusiasm counts for just as much as a good singing voice in Sydney Flash Mob Choir.
I can’t read music, can I still participate?
Yes, you don’t need to have any experience. The conductor will guide us all through the songs on the day.
Do I need to practice the songs beforehand?
No, the songs we sing will be a surprise. You’ll be given a song sheet and guided through the songs on the day.
Details are accurate at time of publication