Music on the Terrace
With the St George's Cathedral Consort Directed by Joseph Nolan.
A stunning program that begins with masterworks of the Renaissance and ends with modern-day classics by ABBA and Elton John.
St George's Cathedral Consort is one of Australia's leading choral ensembles and is frequently praised for its beautifully blended and lush sound.
Joseph Nolan is internationally acclaimed as an organist and conductor with a reputation for exciting and vibrant performances.
The concert begins with the beautiful Allegri's Miserere, which might never have been performed outside of the Vatican were it not for the audacity of a 14-year-old Mozart who transcribed it from memory after hearing a single performance. The world has since come to love the haunting quality of the music.
The second half of this concert is devoted to the rich, sonorous harmonies of the blues and contemporary classics. The Lion Sleeps Tonight arranged by Jonathan Rathbone, is great fun and the ABBA arrangements demonstrate the sheer genius of the original compositions.
ON SALE DATES
Government House Foundation Members Friday 10 December 2021, 10am
General Public On Sale Monday 31 January 2022, 9am
Joseph Nolan Conductor
St George's Cathedral Consort
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Music on the Terrace is presented by the Government House Foundation
Photo by Russell Barton