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THE ROYAL MELBOURNE PHILHARMONIC
PROUDLY HOSTS 
 
"CANTATE! A Melbourne Festival of Choirs"
A celebration of the choral art, featuring performances by members of:
 
Whim 'n Rhythm (USA)
 
Miami Children's Chorus (USA)

Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Choir 

The Australian Children's Choir

Melbourne University Choral Society,  Box Hill Chorale                  

 

St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne

Monday, 22 July 2019 - 8PM

 

Hear these choirs perform a magnificent selection of works from a wide range of styles and traditions performed in the magnificent setting of St Paul's Cathedral. Including original compositions and arrangements, drawn from a wide variety of genres, including jazz, folk, world music, American spirituals, classical sacred and more. Inclides msuic by composers such as Ola Gjeilo, Rene Clausen, Anton Bruckner, Sergei Rachmaninov,  Randall Stroope, Giacomo Puccini, Jim Papoulis, Dan Walker, John Rutter, Gerald Custer and more!

A choral performance not to be missed!

 

Conducted by 

Andrew Wailes, and Timothy Sharp 

 

Accompanied by 

Dean Sky Lucas, Alan Ngim 

 

Please note Trybooking tickets for this event are GENERAL ADMISSION, there is no allocated numbered seating.
Premium Reserve tickets can however be reserved via Trybooking in the best viewing areas of the Cathedral.

 

 
Enquiries: secretary@rmp.org.au
 
  
Contact Details:

For general enquiries please contact secretary@rmp.org.au For media enquiries please email musicdirector@rmp.org.au or contact 0433661971