Australia and Hong Kong Tour 2016
From 8 July to 9 August 2016, Trinity College Choir
is on tour in Australia and Hong Kong
Keep up to date with the Choir during the tour:
| Trinity College Choir
| Musica Viva
Documentary on RTHK 'The Works' (Hong Kong)
TV interview for ABC national news (Australia)
'Trinity College Cambridge is truly the Rolls-Royce of choirs...I have very rarely felt as moved and changed by a performance. This was the kind of experience that not only brought intense pleasure and awe, but also an overwhelming sense of gratitude.'
'Excellent choral body's performance
a glowing achievement'
'The musical sound is in three dimensions, so striking in its internal diversity but somehow blended and utterly focused in its totality. Settle in, these kids know what they're doing.'
'Trinity College Cambridge Choir bring voices of angels to Musica Viva tour...The scholar choristers of Trinity College Cambridge are the brainiest singers you're likely to hear, and it shows in the intelligence they bring to their music.'
'Through the course of what was a very special evening, the audience was mesmerised in turn by sounds of ethereal and haunting beauty, sonorous and sublime harmonies, punctuated by visceral moments of supreme power and control.'
'It doesn't get much better than this: one of the world's finest choirs showcasing their considerable musical and technical gifts with immaculate performances of choral works from the Renaissance through to the 21st century in a concert hall renowned for its fine acoustics.'
'Magnificent ensemble hits right notes in a performance that was simply the best.'
'On this occasion it presented as a vocal ensemble of the very first order.'
Christine N Concerts (Hong Kong)
11 July - Hong Kong Cultural Centre
12 July - Hong Kong City Hall
Musica Viva International Concert Season (Australia)
17 July - QPAC Concert Hall, Brisbane
19 July - Melbourne Recital centre
21 July - Adelaide Town Hall
23 July - Melbourne Recital Centre
25 July - Recital Hall, Angel Place, Sydney
28 July - Perth Concert Hall
30 July - Recital Hall, Angel Place, Sydney
2 August - Newcastle City Hall
4 August - Llewellyn Hall, Canberra
6 August - Theatre Royal, Hobart
7 August - Theatre Royal, Hobart
With thanks to:
Brisbane photo: Phil Winton
Published on 19 July 2016