We had the great pleasure of working with the Adelaide Chamber Singers – a mixed-voice choir of about sixteen singers – in Adelaide in June. What impressed us most, beyond their excellent blend and the beauty of their individual voices, was the way in which they really brought the music off the page when they performed. So often choirs perform simply by singing the notes in front of them, rather than thinking about how they can bring those notes to life. The Adelaide Chamber Singers sang in a way that truly stirred the audience. It’s no surprise to us that The Adelaide Chamber Singers are regarded as one of the continent’s leading chamber choirs, an accolade in no small part indebted to their conductor and founder Carl Crossin. The group will celebrate its 30th Anniversary in 2015, and we strongly suggest that you find an opportunity to hear them if you can – perhaps even in France, where they will performing as part of the Polyfollia Festival this October. We’re really looking forward to working with this group again in the future, whether in Australia or beyond.
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