Media Review

Words of Praise for the Choir

"It was indeed a delight to join you all, together with a most engaged and grateful audience at your splendid Town Hall concert.
Would you please convey my congratulations and best wishes to all members of the Choir. I also greatly appreciated being presented with your history of a centenary of musical joy, and your fine compact disc recordings."

Professor The Honourable Dame Marie Bashir AD CVO Former Governor of NSW and former Patron of the Choir

 

"...I thoroughly enjoyed the wonderful voices of the Choir and was full of admiration for all that you achieved in such an entertaining and enjoyable manner. I'm. not sure who is your Artistic Director but the movement among the Choir members was both fun, and interesting, to observe."

Michael Crouch AO Vice Patron of the Choir

 

"...I enjoyed the concert very much and thought there was a lovely atmosphere in the hall. It looked like a good roll up. Thank you for looking after me so well on the day..."

Yvonne Kenny (Guest Artist at the 2014 concert)

 

"...The Sydney Male Choir, a self-funded community organisation, has served the City and beyond with distinction since its formation in 1913. I have warm personal experience of the men's contribution at the Anzac Dawn Service in Martin Place, where the Choir has led the singing continuously since 1930. The Sydney Male Choir is widely respected for its input to the cultural life of Sydney and for its efforts in recent years to perform regularly in country areas of New South Wales."

Mr. Bob Carr, former Premier of NSW. 

 

"...The Sydney Male Choir always delighted the audience with their versatility and professional performance. They enrich the cultural life of our community and are truly deserving of our thanks and support."

Rear Admiral The Honourable Peter Sinclair AC, former Governor of NSW and Vice-Patron of the Choir.

 

“The Sydney Male Choir is one of the great male choirs in the world and the equal if not superior to any of the English and Welsh choirs”.

Professor David King, Musical Director of the National Australia Brass & Chair of Music-Performance at the University of Salford, UK.

 

 

 

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