Concerts

H.M.S. Pinafore

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Come join us at MonUCS’s as we celebrate Gilbert & Sullivan’s wit with a semi-staged concert of ‘H.M.S Pinafore’ on Saturday the 10th of September.

Rehearsals are on Tuesdays from 6:45 until 9:30 At the religious centre, Clayton campus. For …

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May Concert Congratulations

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Congratulations to everyone who were ‘Livin’ in the ’70s’ last Saturday, it was a exceptional concert, and with an exceptional response from the audience. We were left with only two more tickets to sell.

Particular thanks needs to be given …

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Livin’ in the 70s

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Nostalgic for times since past? Longing to feel a little groovy again? Join MonUCS as we step away from our more traditional choral roots to embrace the music from the age of lava lamps, platform shoes and fondue.

On Saturday, …

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Gloria and Appalachia

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April Concert Poster

Join the Monash University Choral Society, Victoria Chorale and the Preston Symphony Orchestra as we present:

Francis Poulenc’s Gloria and
Frederick Delius’ Appalachia

Joined by renowned soprano, Rosamund Illing, this is a concert not to be missed.

2:30pm Sunday April …

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Reflection At Christmas

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Join Monash University Choral Society, RMIT Occasional Choral Society and Latrobe University Choral Society present

Reflection At Christmas

with a collection of Christmas and sacred works including:

Barber’s Adagio for Strings (Agnus Dei)

Holst’s Four Old Carols

Whitacre’s Lux

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September Concert: The Mikado

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Join Monash University Choral Society as they present Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado, the tale of Nanki-Poo, the 2nd trombone with a secret identity, Yum-Yum, Nanki-Poo’s love and the little maid from school, Ko Ko, Yum-Yum’s guardian, betrothed, and …

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Behold, the Sea!

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Come join us as we celebrate the centenary of Vaughan Williams’s “A Sea Symphony”, as well as other works.

First performed 100 years ago, when it was conducted by the composer himself, Vaughan Williams’s “A Sea Symphony” has you …