Packages Not On Sale
Led by Music Director Sam Allchurch, Sydney Chamber Choir presents an exciting year of choral concerts in 2020. Starting with the all time favourite Handel's Messiah, they continue the year with world premiere performances of new choral works by award-winning Australian composer Paul Stanhope and Joe Twist, as well as performing the epic Mass for Double Choir by Frank Martin. This four-concert flex package features The Creation, presented by the Australian Romantic and Classical Orchestra.
Sat 14 Mar 2020, 6pm
Sydney Chamber Choir sings Handel’s Messiah. Visionary, lyrical and deeply human, it’s one of the world’s favourite choral works and an absolute treasure-trove of glorious choruses.
This event has been cancelled.
Sun 10 May 2020, 3pm
First performed over 200 years ago, the dramatic musical effects of Joseph Haydn’s oratorio The Creation still send shivers down the spines of listeners today. One of the most gripping moments is the musical telling of when the darkness and chaos of ancient earth is bathed in light for the first time.
This event has been rescheduled to Sunday 8 November
Award-winning composer Paul Stanhope conducts the world premiere performance of his Requiem, the centrepiece of a program exploring themes of mortality, hope, ritual and commemoration.
This event has been rescheduled to 2021. More details to be released shortly.
Frank Martin’s Mass for Double Choir is a 20th-century masterpiece: a work of such beauty and emotional intensity that the composer kept it hidden for 40 years!
A booking fee per transaction applies for this event as follows: Internet $6.95, Phone: $8.50. There is no booking fee for tickets purchased in person at the City Recital Hall Box Office. City Recital Hall Members enjoy waived transaction fees.
City Recital Hall is the only authorised ticket seller for these events. City Recital Hall is under no obligation to honour tickets purchased via unauthorised re-sellers. If you attend an event with a ticket purchased via an unauthorised re-seller such as Ticketmaster Resale, Viagogo, Ticketbis, eBay, Gumtree, Tickets Australia or any other unauthorised seller, you may be refused entry to the event.