Brisbane Chorale is auditioning now, and throughout February, for all voice parts. Contact our Auditions Coordinator on 0417 782 754 about arrangements. Tracy will be happy to talk to you and answer any questions you may have about the choir or the audition itself.
If you can’t make it right now, we can offer flexible audition opportunities during the year. Once again, Tracy can help with those arrangements.
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Why not join Brisbane Chorale in 2014? We have a fantastic range of wonderful choral treats this year, and would love for your voice to be one of ours.
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This sample of the Chorale’s sound is from our Joy to the World CD:
Angels From The Realms Of Glory:
- February 8: Dr Who Spectacular
Dr Who Spectacular
Join the mayhem in the Entertainment Centre whilst the orchestra performs Murray Gold’s captivating music from the Doctor Who series, accompanied by a big screen featuring specially edited sequences of Matt Smith’s performance as the Eleventh Doctor.
- Saturday 8 February: Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Boondall
- May 4: Elgar - The Dream of Gerontius
* NEXT CONCERT *
Elgar – The Dream of Gerontius
One of the great works in the choral repertoire. A co-production of Brisbane Chorale and Brisbane Symphony Orchestra, with Canticum Chamber Choir as the semi-chorus, all under the baton of Emily Cox.
- Sunday 4 May, 3pm: Brisbane City Hall
- September 14: Rachmaninov - Vespers
Rachmaninov – Vespers
The towering 20th Century masterpiece of choral beauty, power and Russian passion.
Emily Cox, conductor
- Saturday 14 September, 2pm: St John’s Cathedral
- November 1: Brahms - German Requiem
Brahms – German Requiem
Brahms’ much loved and radiantly heart-felt Requiem. In this performance the Chorale will be accompanied by two pianos, and conducted by Emily Cox.
- Saturday 1 November, 7:30pm: St John’s Cathedral
- December 6: Messiah
Don’t miss the essential and everlastingly iconic Christmas message embodied by Handel’s genius in his most famous oratorio, Messiah.
Graham Abbott, conductor
- Saturday 6 December, 8pm: QPAC Concert Hall