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Meet the soloists: Hannah Dahlenburg

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Melbourne based Australian – Canadian soprano Hannah Dahlenburg completed her Bachelor of Music (Performance) with Honours at The Conservatorium of Music, The University of Melbourne in 2010. Hannah’s operatic roles include: Queen of the Night, First Lady, Second Lady and Papagena in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte; Diane in Offenbach’s Orpheus in the Underworld; Daughter Anne in […]

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Meet the soloists: Raphael Wong

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Raphael recently completed two years at the Opera Studio Melbourne, the second under full scholarship, and is currently studying with Liane Keegan. This year he made his principal operatic debut in Lyric Opera of Melbourne’s The Tender Land. 2014 also sees him travel to New York for his international debut as Papageno in Manhattan Opera […]

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Meet the soloists: Rosamund Illing.

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Rosamund Illing is one of Australia’s most renowned sopranos. Her career spans the breadth of the repertoire for lyric soprano in opera, symphony and song. She has performed in England, France, Germany, Japan, the United States, Canada and Australia and her recordings have been showered with many accolades. After graduating with honours from the University […]

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The Music Maker – A Tribute to John Hopkins

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In 2013 we were deeply saddened by the passing of John Hopkins, an integral member of the Melbourne music community for many years as well as a musical revolutionary around the world. This June the Victorian Youth Symphony Orchestra and Monash University Choral Society will perform a joint concert to celebrate his life and work. VYSO […]

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Gilbert & Sullivan’s Iolanthe

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Two Performances: Friday 27th September 7:30pm Sunday 29th September 2:00pm Venue: Phoenix Theatre, 101 Glenhuntly Rd, Elwood Tickets: Full: $25 Concession: $20 http://www.trybooking.com/DLSN One house, that sadly lacks in dignity, In groovy London where we lay our scene. Some earls, some dukes, all pride and gallantry, Some hippies, all adorned with fairy wings. There’s Phyllis, […]

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An Italian Birthday Tribute

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  On June 1st the Victorian Youth Symphony Orchestra and the Monash University Choral Society will come together to pay tribute to the 200th birthday of Giuseppe Verdi. Yet we are celebrating Verdi’s bi-centenary not with his greatest works but instead we offer a selection of works from those who influenced the great composer as […]

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Mahlerfest Update

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It is fantastic to see so many people have registered thus far to participate in Mahlerfest in July and perform Mahler 8 in September. Details are being updated as they become available on the Mahler 8 section of this website. Please note: At the most recent meeting of the choirs participating in Mahler 8 in […]

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Mahler 8 – early information

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The Monash University Choral Society (along with several other Melbourne choirs) has been invited to join the Zelman Memorial Symphony Orchestra in their 80th Anniversary performances of Mahler’s Eighth Symphony – Symphony of a Thousand on the 21st & 22nd of September. In turn we invite you, members of MonUCS and other AICSA choirs, to participate in this […]

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MonUCS Presents: Pastoral Mysteries

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Use booking code “web2” by Thursday 13th December to receive a $5 discount off all tickets purchased! The changing of seasons has always been a time of great inspiration and reflection for many. A time to remember what has past and what the future holds. A time where new life and new love spring forth, where […]