Thank you to those who watched our excellent performance at O-Week today in the sound shell. We sang a huge mix of things including Laudate, Rubber Ducky, Some Nights, and much more. If you missed it, you can check out the video of it on our Facebook page!
Enjoy singing? Come visit our stall at O-Week this week! Located on the Lemon Scented Lawns, we’ll be there from the 19th – 22nd of February ready for people to sign up and renew their membership. Prices as follow: $50 Returning Full $25 Returning Concession $10 Fresher With a $5 MSA Discount across all categories […]
Psst… Hey, notice anything different? Not only do we have a newly revamped website, but we also have a new logo! Featuring a quaver and an angel’s wing in homage to the cherub which has symbolised MonUCS since its foundation.
In December, Monash University Choral Society presented a christmas concert, entitled ‘An ORGANic Christmas’. It comprised an elegant display of choral music accompanied by organ with the repertoire drawing from traditional carols and hymns, as well as opera choruses, and showcased the choir’s musical sophistication. The soloists, Naomi Hyndman and Elizabeth Smallwood, were well chosen […]
This year marks the Monash University Choral Society (MonUCS)’s 55th Birthday. Cherubfest is a celebration of MonUCS’ anniversary and is held every 5 years at Easter. It is a (long) weekend of singing, socialising and shenanigans to be held from 14 to 17 April 2017 (Easter Weekend). As the 55th anniversary is traditionally emerald, we […]
As part of Law Week 2016, BottledSnail Productions proudly presents Terminus in an epic collaboration between Habeas Chorus, Melbourne Lawyers’ Orchestra, and Monash University Choral Society. Hosted in the beautiful surrounds of St Paul’s Cathedral, Terminus features Mozart’s Requiem conducted by Robert Dora and the Melbourne premiere of Dan Walker’s Australian work Last Verses […]
In MonUCS’ ‘Christmas…with a difference!’, the choir will traverse a variety of joyous, reverent, fun, and seasonal works from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. The traditional choral and Christmas repertoire will include Maybrick’s stirring The Holy City (“Jerusalem”), Adam’s picturesque O Holy Night, Monk’s absolutely beautiful Abide With Me, and music from J. S. […]
From Venezia to Barataria, a story of great love and even greater confusion. The beautiful Casilda travels to Venice to be reunited with her husband and king, only to discover he is lost… sort of. His Royal Highness is surely, most definitely one of two dashing Gondoliers. Meanwhile, sweet contadine, Tessa and Gianetta are delighted […]
For its first performance in an enticing series of concert for 2015, the choir will traverse the magical splendour of Vaughan Williams’ In Windsor Forest, the ethereal beauty and intensity of Whitacre’s Lux Aurumque, the intriguing and rambunctious cycle of Gyspy Songs by Brahms, as well as the beautifully crafted Missa Brevis St Joannis de […]