Here are the details of our next performance – The Big Sing
When: Sunday 28th October 2018
Where: St Aidan’s Anglican Girls’ School – Christine Hartland Centre. 11 Ruthven St, Corinna, Brisbane.
9.00 Workshop 1 – James Cuskelly
10.30 Morning Tea (provided)
11.00 Workshop 2 – Kelly Shepard (guest presenter form USA)
12.30 Lunch provided
1.30 Concert Preparation
2.30 Concert – Massed and community choirs – audience welcome ($5).
Cost: $20 adult, $10 concession/ unwaged – includes music, meals and concert – Cash only at the door
Registration: we need to confirm choirbolical numbers attending by 21st October. Please confirm your attendance by replying with a message to this post so QKC can organise music and food. (If you forget to/can’t reply – don’t worry QKC are happy if you turn up on the day) Please indicate vegetarian/ gluten-free requirements if required in your reply.
Choirbolical performing: Parting Glass & Fields of Gold (sounding fabulous – thank-you Astrid for our thorough preparation!)
Meeting Point at the Mother’s Memorial opposite entrance to Festival in Margaret St at 12:30pm for a warm up before entering the festival as a group. (entry is free for performers). The more the merrier.
Wish I could be there too,
Here is the order for our performance at Westhaven on Saturday. Looking forward to seeing you then!
- Da Pace
- Babylonian River
- Round and Round
- Stabat Mater
- Sweet and Low
- I Have a Million Nightingales
- Meet Me in the Middle
- Viva La Musica
- Conventry Carol
- We Wish You a Merry Christmas
A reminder of details for this Sunday -14 August.
Meet near main entrance Queens Park (side nearest downtown on Hume St) at 10:30am .
First performance approx 10:45am somewhere inside not far from entrance.
Second performance after Mayoral address approx 11:45am. Maybe a third performance to follow. Hoping for good fine weather!
Look at Carla’s posts to see possible songs. (Not Meet me in the Middle)
Choirbolical is looking forward toÂ attending and performing at the BIG SING this Sunday.
The Queensland KodÃ¡ly Choir and James Cuskelly invite you and your choir to The Big Sing! 2015. This event will again be held at St Aidanâ€™s AGS, Brisbane on Sunday 1st November.
Registration 8.30am / Workshop 9.00 / Morning Tea 10.30/ Workshop 11.00/ Lunch 12.30 / Concert preparation 1.30/ Concert 3.00pm
We are excited to have James Cuskelly as the first presenter and welcome Sandra Milliken as the guest presenter for the second session of the day.
The Big Sing! is an opportunity for community choirs and interested members of the public to come together for a fun and challenging day of singing. No prior knowledge of music literacy is required â€“ just a love of singing. Morning Tea and Lunch are included in the registration fee ($10 for unwaged/concession, $20 for adults) and a concert to showcase the music from the day will commence at 3pm.
Please RSVP via email to [email protected].Â Any individual participants are welcome to RSVP before the event, or just turn up the day.
An exciting morning of ‘pop-up’ performances will be held on 6th June in the Toowoomba CBD. Meet at the Empire Theatre Neil Street at 10am to warm up the vocal chords and trail around the CBD viewing some of the remarkable ‘First-coat’ artworks while we sing in the streets.
Don’t forget to let friends and family know so they can walk with us or find us along the way. Proposed route is:
1. Viewing artworks on the way to our first sing atÂ the Village Green adjacent to the Regional Art Gallery 10.15am
2. Artworks and singing Â near Ground-up in Searles Lane around 10.45
3. Weave around the lanes to Bon Amici in Margaret Street – singing on a small stage from 11.30am. Â Stay on for some lunch and further walking to view other new artworks if you wish.
The Pop-Ups are designed to give our local community a taste of the Pop-up performances we will be doing in Hobart’s Festival of Voices
Please find Rehearsal dates for Term 2 listed on the site. The ANZAC day performance at the RSL Westhaven Retirement Village was interesting, but a fantastic medley enjoyed by those who stopped to listen. Thanks Margaret for putting it together and your wonderful conducting. Also thanks to Lorraine who accompanied us once again.