Pymble Chorale

 

Harbour City Concert 1
Tue 16 July 2.30pm
Music Workshop, Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Tickets $20-$25

The Pymble Chorale is one of several select voice choirs within Pymble Ladies’ College. It consists of 60 girls from ages 12 – 18.  They have enjoyed considerable success over many years in competitions and festivals both within Australia and overseas. They are several times winners of the Australasian Secondary School Choral Championships and the National Eisteddfod. Every four years the Chorale undertakes an international performance tour with the Chamber String Orchestra and consequently have given numerous performances in UK, Hungary, Austria, France, Italy, Scandinavia and Czech Republic. The Pymble Chorale performs regularly at school functions and concerts, continuing to delight audiences with their fine choral sound and diverse and entertaining repertoire

In addition they also perform for community, corporate and charity functions as well as participating in other music festivals and concerts.

The Pymble Chorale has a wide ranging repertoire of sacred and secular music, both accompanied and a cappella, from 16th century European composers through to works by modern composers.  The choir performs in a wide variety of languages and has a particular interest in promoting and performing the music of Australian composers.

PYMBLE LADIES’ COLLEGE

Pymble Ladies’ College, Sydney, a College of the Uniting Church of Australia, is one of Australia’s leading independent girls’ schools, with a strong reputation and commitment to excellence in academic, cultural and sporting fields.  Set in 50 acres of Sydney’s beautiful upper North Shore, the College, consisting of 2200 students aged from 5 – 18 years, offers a magnificent and inspiring learning environment supported by extensive facilities.  At Pymble Ladies’ College our mission is to foster in each student a passion for learning and scholarship, a strong assurance of her own worth, and the desire and values to contribute meaningfully to her local and global communities.