Sing the Mozart Great Mass in St Paul’s with 2 choirs and stellar

Sing the Mozart Great Mass in St Paul’s with 2 choirs and stellar

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Location: Melbourne
Address: 5 St Columbs Street, Hawthorn, 3122

Victoria Chorale is combining with award-winning Oriana Choir (Queensland) and stunning soloists (Natalie Peluso (nee Christie), Sally-Anne Russell, Henry Choo, Oliver Mann) to perform the Mozart Great Mass, 7.30pm Sat 19 Sept in St Paul’s Cathedral. All choristers singing in this concert will also have the option of being billeted on the Sunshine Coast for a performance on Sun 13 Sept.

We warmly welcome new singers joining us for these fantastic concerts, particularly tenors and basses. Rehearsals Tuesdays, 7.30 – 10 pm in Hawthorn, starting 29 June. Email victoriachorale@gmail.org.au or ring Helen 9397 3308.

Conductor – Mario Dobernig
Art of Sound Orchestra

Brief Bios of Soloists

Natalie Peluso (nee Christie), soprano. Travelling to London after winning the Australian Singing Competition with her warm, lyric soprano voice, Natalie became a Principal Artist with the Welsh National Opera and sang at the Royal Opera House, Covent Gardens. Returning to Australia, she has performed at the Sydney Opera house and with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra.

Sally-Anne Russell, mezzo-soprano. One of Australia’s finest singers, Sally-Anne has over fifty operatic roles in her repertoire. She has sung with Opera Australia, all of the State Opera companies and all of the major Australian symphony orchestras and has a major international career, singing in fifteen countries and has been recorded on ABC Classics, Chandos, Naxos and Decca.

Henry Choo, tenor. One of Australia’s finest lyric tenors, Henry has performed extensively with Opera Australia, many state opera companies, and with many of Australia’s best orchestras and choirs. His international performances include ones in China, Macau, Edinburgh and NZ .

Oliver Mann, bass-baritone. Oliver’s stunning voice has led to roles with Opera Australia Victorian Opera, Lyric Opera and many concert performances around Australia. Oliver juggles his opera and classical music career with performances and recordings as a contemporary singer-songwriter, informed by his love of singing and his superb singing technique.

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