Wednesday 7 February at 1.15pm
Emerging Artist Concert
Adrian Whitehall (Double Bass) & Rachel Lin (Piano)

Saturday 10 February at 4.00pm

St Paul's College Choir

The St Paul’s College Chapel Choir is the flagship of the musical life at the College. An auditioned choir of students and Lay Clerks, the choir boasts some of Australia’s most exciting young musicians, many of whom study at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. During term-time, the Choir is structured in the Oxbridge Chapel Choir model, primarily involved in the singing of services in the College Chapel. Evensong is sung weekly at 5.15pm on Tuesdays during term time. This  service is open to the public.

The St Paul’s College Chapel Choir has been regarded for its “faultless performances”, “exquisite musical beauty” (Canberra City News 2023) and “wondrous performances” (ClassikOn 2023). This year will tour. It has been invited for residencies in Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral London, Canterbury Cathedral and York Minster, as well as continuing their tour in concerts at La Madeleine, Saint-Sulpice, and Saint-Eustache Paris. The Choir regularly perform concerts and operas, and in 2023 completed their three-year cycle performing all of the complete operas of Purcell (King Arthur, Dido & Aeneas and The Fairy Queen). This year the Choir will partner with the Muffat Collective in performing Lampe’s ’The Dragon of Wantley’, as well as tour in July with the Choir of Trinity College, Melbourne.

Sunday 11 February at 4.00pm
Choral Communion
St Jude's Chamber Choir
Service Setting: Schubert "German Mass"
Anthems: "Ave Verum" (Mozart)
The Three Kings (Cornelius)

Tuesday 13 February at 7.00pm

Chamber Philharmonia Cologne

Sunday 18 February at 4.00pm

"Olivet to Calvary" (Maunder)
St Jude's Singers
Melinda Richardson (Soprano)
Michael Hissey (Baritone)

Sunday 25 February at 3.30pm

Wednesday 28 February at 1.15pm
Midweek Lunchtime Recital
Brett McKern (Organ)

Music for Lent
J.S. Bach Dorian Toccata & Fugue
J.S. Bach Arioso
J.S. Bach, Chorale Prelude on
Erbarm’ dich mein, O Herre Gott BWV 721
Samuel Barber, Arr R. Lloyd, Adagio for Strings
Telemann, Chorale Prelude on O Lamm Gottes Unschuldig