The St. Mary's Singers
The St Mary's Singers is a choir of men and women united in their love of quality choral liturgical music. It is part of the wider musical establishment at St Mary's Cathedral in Sydney and sings in the beautiful neo-gothic building at least once a month.
It is a choir of varying ages and interests and is now attracting new membership applications from a younger generation of singers. No audition is required but it is expected that members read music or have some music ability. It's a great place to learn to sing.
The choir sings at the 5.30pm Vespers and 6pm Mass on the second Saturday of the month and, occasionally the 10.30 am Solemn Mass on Sunday when required. It also performs concerts in the cathedral.
Rehearsals are on Monday evenings between 6.30 pm and 8 pm and choristers are required to miss no more than one rehearsal prior to singing at Mass.
Learn more about the choir and why you should join the choir.
Three sacred works by Joseph Haydn
A celebration of the sacred music of Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809). A friend of Mozart and a teacher of Beethoven, Haydn has been called the Father of the Symphony and of the String Quartet.
Oliver Brett conducts the Singers together with professional orchestra and soloists.
Tickets can be booked at TryBooking or purchased at the door.