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Conservatorium Choir Sings Schubert

23 May 2017, 7:00pm - 8:15pm

The Conservatorium Choir comprises a significant number of Conservatorium students, along with breadth students from across the University. This concert is the culmination of their semester's rehearsals focusing on one of the most beautiful and simple masses, Schubert's Mass in G. This will be performed in an arrangement for two pianos, soloists, and choir, with student soloists from the Conservatorium.

This performance will be conducted by Rick Prakhoff, conductor of the Conservatorium Choir and Sessional Lecturer in Conducting. Rick is a freelance conductor with a repertoire of over 20 operas and musical theatre works along with an extensive orchestral and choral repertoire. Rick has conducted the Conservatorium Choir since 2010 and is also the conductor of the Melbourne Bach Choir and Chamber Choir.


Admission: Free, bookings required. Please book via Eventbrite