The corinthian singers of adelaide


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Click to hear Magnificat in G minor

Henry Purcell Magnificat in G minor

Herbert Howells Here is the little door

Paul Simon American Tune

Procol Harum Whiter Shade of Pale

The Corinthian singers of adelaide


Excerpts from Ewart Shaw's review of "Celebrate" from Broadway World 23 December 2020
"This year's programme of nineteen separate pieces was delivered with the keynote clarity of the choir in terms of diction, delivery, and balance. How do you fit so much music into a little more than an hour? Choose a selection of pieces, short but perfectly formed, drawn from various traditions, and by composers little known to Adelaide choral circles.
The vocal balance of the choir was exemplary, and the sopranos, especially, could float a descant over the other voices with ease."
Excerpts from Kym Clayton's review of "Anniversaries" from The Barefoot Review 23 Sep 2018
"This was my first Corinthian Singers concert and I now wonder why it took so long. This community choir is a gem, and Anniversaries displayed the breadth of their talents despite the last throes of winter ills conspiring to make the task a little bit harder.
Many songs on the programme were sung unaccompanied, and the highlight was the hymn Mother of God Incessantly in Prayer composed by Rachmaninoff. Impressibely, it was sung in Russian and the audience was suitably in awe.
This was an almost perfect way to spend seventy-five minutes on a Sunday afternoon."