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KEW ARTS FESTIVAL
Participation in the Choirs Concert in Sacred Heart Catholic Church Kew where the choir of different styles entertain and are exposed to a wider audience.
A presentation during Holy Week of “Olivet to Calvary” by J. H. Maunder in Kew Baptist Church.
The Melbourne Singers is delighted to have been associated with several organizations in their endeavours in fund raising and to be received so enthusiastically by their audiences. These organizations include –
The Camberwell Asylum Seekers Group in Camberwell Uniting Church.
The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation, Waverley Section
– to a capacity audience
In High Street Road Uniting Church, Mount Waverley.
for the residents of Strathdon Community Centre, Jolimont Road, Forest Hill.
and the 11th Annual Musicale for Baptcare Community Centre in
Baptist Church, Kew.
The choir’s contribution to these programmes included New York, New York; As Torrents In Summer (by Elgar); Be Still, Look Up and Listen; Alexander’s Ragtime Band; Dance A
Cachucha (G & S); a Scottish Medley; selections from Kismet; Breezy Bach; What A Wonderful World; Love Song and Misty to name but a few.
We are very appreciative of the time and talent given by our soloists Eleanor Kerr (soprano), Richard Thomas (tenor), Chloe Harris (soprano – and who was the successful entrant in 2016 of The Melbourne Singers Janet Perkins Vocal Scholarship), Piera Dennerstein (soprano), Charlotte Miles (a brilliant young 14 year old cellist) and our own resident soloists Ian Lowe (baritone), Barry Fry (baritone) and Hanford Lam (piano). We also appreciate the work of our Conductor Ian Lowe, Accompanist Hanford Lam and Compere Barry Fry.
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