35th Anniversary - Combined Choirs Festive Concert 2023
In 1988 Adelaide Girls Choir was founded by Deborah Munro and Margaret Lange OAM. In 2004 we became Young Adelaide Voices to include all young people in singing together.
We strive for unity of sound and a world-class music education, grounded in acceptance, heart, and joy.
We’d love for you to attend and to join Young Adelaide Voices in celebrating music-making for 35 years.
The Combined Choirs Festive Concert runs for 2 hours and 20 minutes, with a 20-minute interval. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear each of our six choirs, and a feast of music. It is a broad musical experience across many genres and languages, including new works composed especially for our choirs.
Please join us in looking forward and looking back.
Elder Hall, The University of Adelaide
North Terrace, Kaurna Country, Adelaide SA 5000
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