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The Adelaide Hills Chamber Players is an ensemble of professional musicians who rehearse and perform in the Adelaide Hills. We aim to make quality music accessible to communities in the Adelaide Hills and wider regional South Australia. 

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Adelaide Hills Chamber Players 
presents

FAMILY CONCERTS

June 2022 | Winter

Concerts

15/6

Centenary Hall
Goolwa

20/6

St. John's Church
Halifax St, Adelaide

Mt Barker
Ukaria

Hopgood Theatre
Noarlunga 

Program

Camille Saint Saëns: Carnival of the Animals

Director: Andrew Wiering
Leader: Carolyn Lam
Strings, Wind, Percussion

The affection held by music lovers of all ages for the Carnival is easy to understand. The very choice of animal names hints at the humour contained in every section - pianists included! We are amazed at the composer’s ingenuity in creating such diverse comic images through music:
 

Royal March of the Lion / Hens and Rooster / Wild Donkeys Swift Animals / Tortoises / The Elephant / Kangaroos / Aquarium / Characters with Long
Ears / Cuckoo / Aviary / Pianists / Fossils / The Swan / Finale

Antonio Vivaldi: Gloria

Conductor: Jonathan Bligh
Heysen Singers
Hendrickson Strings
Leader: Carolyn Lam
Soloists: Brooke Window, Victoria Coxhill
(Sopranos), Emma Woehle (Mezzo Soprano)

A truly uplifting piece for chorus and orchestra by Vivaldi, the Gloria is amongst his most popular and frequently performed ecclesiastical works. In
our version, the professional Heysen Singers will be joined by members of community-based choirs, thus enriching the choral forces of this most accessible of all ecclesiastical musical works. The many magnificent choral numbers are separated by vocal solos, duets and trios and the strings are enhanced with oboe and trumpet.

Franz Schubert: Mass No. 2 in G major, D 167      

Conductor: Kim Worley
Heysen Singers
Hendrickson Strings

Written over only six days when Schubert was just 18, the Mass in G major was not published until a further 18 years after his death in 1828. It's a conventional setting of the Ordinary (the six sections of text of the Christian Mass), but not an ostentatious one - its introspective and reverent nature make it a subtle evocation of the composer's Christian faith.

Festival Statesmen

Conductor: Jonathan Bligh
Award-winning all male a cappella vocal ensemble

The exciting Festival Statesmen will enrich our Family Concerts with tight a cappella harmonies and classical male voice choir sonorities.

 

Founder/Director Jonathan Bligh brings the best of British and
American choral education to his artistry having studied extensively in the UK and USA as well as his home city of Adelaide.

June 15th - 20th, 2022

 

Tickets prices:

Early Bird (until 30th April)                             $45

Adults                                                                $65

 

Concessions/ Senior                                        $48

 

Students & Under 30                                       $20

Family Ticket (2 adults/ 2 children)             $110

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