TO CHASE THE STARS (GEELONG)

MYSTICAL SONGS (MELBOURNE)
29 February 2024
TO CHASE THE STARS (BENDIGO)
29 February 2024
 

Presented by Australian Boys Choral Institute & Music at the Basilica

Saturday 14 September 2024 at 3:00pm - 4:30pm
St. Mary of the Angels Geelong | 136-148 Yarra Street VIC 3220

A thought can learn to fly if you give it wings. This concert of inspirational and aspirational music examines the nature of human achievement and celebrates the remarkable things that we are capable of as people when we truly put our mind to something.

This program also draws inspiration from the night sky, including music conceived by simply looking up and reaching for the stars. An unmissable experience in the lead-up to the ABCI's 2024 tour of New Zealand featuring music by Trans-Tasman composers.

  • Doors open at 2:30pm, concert starts at 3:00pm sharp. This performance has one interval of 15 minutes. Latecomers will not be permitted until a suitable break in the performance.
  • No photography or videographers permitted, audience members should note this performance is being recorded.
  • Our repeat Melbourne performance will also be live-streamed via Australian Digital Concert Hall. For more information and digital ticket access available world-wide, please see the ADCH website.
 

ARTISTS

The Australian Boys Choir | The Kelly Gang

Timothy Mallis, piano | Nicholas Dinopoulos, conductor

 

PROGRAM

Five Days that Changed the World | Bob Chilcott (England, b. 1955)

Three Australian Bush Songs | Iain Grandage (Australia, b. 1970)

Easterly from Three Country Poems | Alan John (Australia, b. 1958)

Rollicum-Rorum from Earth and Air and Rain | Gerald Finzi (England, 1901-1956)

Kia Hora Te Marino | David Hamilton (New Zealand, b. 1955)

Past Life Melodies | Sarah Hopkins (Australia, b. 1958)

The Song and The Sigh | Matthew Orlovich (Australia, b. 1970)

Poem about the Sun | David Hamilton (New Zealand, b. 1955)

Pōkarekare Ana | Traditional arr. Trevor Jones (Australia, b. 1974)

You, Me and the Wide Open Sky | Dan Walker (Australia, b. 1978)

 

$40

General Admission
Unreserved Seating

$35

Concession
Full time students, Pensioners or Health Care Card holders

$0

Children 16 and Under

$25

Livestream Ticket
(Digital access also includes 7 days catch-up viewing)