Collaborating Artists

The Choir of Trinity College, Melbourne

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The internationally acclaimed, 24-voice Choir of Trinity College, Melbourne, is the flagship of Trinity College’s musical life. The Choir has built a reputation for its fine singing of music of the Anglican Cathedral tradition, from the Renaissance to the modern day. Its major weekly commitment is the singing of Evensong at 6:00pm in the College Chapel every Sunday during term.

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The Australian Haydn Ensemble

Australian Haydn Ensemble

Since its formation in 2011, The Australian Haydn Ensemble has enjoyed rapid success, quickly establishing a reputation as a high calibre period instrument group specialising in late baroque and early classical repertoire. Its rapid success has firmly established it as a strong presence in the Australian music scene.

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St Mary's Cathedral Choir

 

St Mary’s Cathedral Choir is known as one of Australia’s great choirs and Australia’s oldest permanent musical organisation. Its history dates from 1818 when a choir was formed to sing at Masses celebrated for Catholic convicts. After the foundation of St Mary’s Cathedral in 1833 this choir became a regular part of the Cathedral’s worship. Since 1955, consistent with the English Benedictine tradition from which the Cathedral’s founders came, the Choir has been a liturgical choir for male voices: boy trebles (the Choristers) and adult men (the Lay Clerks).

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Australian Baroque Brass

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Australian Baroque Brass is one of Australia's finest early music ensembles. Founded in 2003, the ensemble is dedicated to the pursuit of musical excellence on authentic or period instruments. Based in Sydney under the artistic directorship of baroque trumpeter John Foster, Australian Baroque Brass gives numerous performances each year to audiences throughout Australia and internationally.

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Sydney Youth Orchestra

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Since 1973, Sydney Youth Orchestras (SYO) has provided an international standard of orchestral training to thousands of young musicians (6–25 years). SYO is proud of its ongoing contribution to the vibrant cultural landscape of Sydney, particularly in its youth performing arts scene.

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Corporate Partnerships

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