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We are pleased to present our 2022 program after our 2020 and 2021 programs were interrupted due to Covid-19. Dates and times may be subject to change, as the Covid situation progresses.

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Rejoice in the Lamb

Friday 8 April

Wesley Uniting Church
Forrest ACT

Saturday 9 April

St Saviour's Cathedral
Goulburn NSW


Read review - Jayden Lohe, Canberra CityNews

CCS presented two performances of Rejoice in the Lamb – a program of English sacred music from the 19th and 20th centuries. From Charles Parry’s blockbuster anthem I Was Glad to Imogen Holst's gentle and introspective Hymne to Christ, the program is a sublime combination of peaceful and rousing tunes, always joyful and hopeful.

Rossini: Petite Messe Solennelle

Saturday 25 June
3.00pm

Llewellyn Hall
Canberra


Read review - Dante Costa, Canberra CityNews

Read review - Len Power, Canberra Critics Circle

Canberra Choral Society and the National Capital Orchestra present Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle. First performed in 1869, the music ranges from hushed intensity to boisterous high spirits, and abounds in the memorable tunes and rhythmic vitality for which Rossini became justly famous.

Conducted by Louis Sharpe, with Chorus Master Dan Walker the two organisations will come together on the Llewellyn Hall stage with soloists Sarahlouise Owens (soprano), Sonia Anfiloff (alto), Ryan O’Donnell (tenor) and Hayden Barrington (baritone).

 

 

Celebrating our 70th

Saturday 17 September
7.30pm

Canberra Girls Grammar School Hall


We celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Canberra Choral Society!

Three new works have been commissioned by CCS for this occasion and will be performed at the celebratory concert to be held on Saturday 17 September 2022, 7.30pm at the Canberra Girls Grammar School Hall.

Handel's Messiah

Saturday 3 December
7.30pm

Llewellyn Hall


Christmas in Canberra means many things, but for singers and audiences alike it means Handel’s Messiah. CCS is joined by guest choristers and a professional orchestra to launch the silly season with a rousing performance of this crowd pleaser.


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