Macquarie University Singers
was established in 1967 at Macquarie University, and is a choir for students & staff, and members of the community around the University.
In 2015 MUS celebrated Christmas in July, performing Handel’s Messiah : see and hear the actual performance here.
MUS generally performs two major concerts per year and also appears at special events such as Not New Years Eve with the Australian Philharmonic Orchestra (AUSPOPS) in the the Sydney Opera House between Christmas and New Year. More..
are on Monday evenings. For membership information contact us using the online form.
Also see our Joining and Membership Policy
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Last concert: “SUPERNOVA”
Sunday 1 November, at Macquarie Theatre with a Pre-concert talky Professor Orsola De Marco of the University’s Astronomy Department and Dr Sarah Penicka-Smith :
‘Music to elevate the spirit, Astronomy to elevate the mind’
Soloists Zoe Drummond (Soprano), Blake Parham (Tenor) and Simon Lobelson (Baritone).
This concert was a joint venture with the new Macquarie University Symphony Orchestra and a team of professional musicians. SUPERNOVA took audiences on a journey through our relationship with the galaxy. The concert featured music from:
Ola Gjeilo Across the Vast Eternal Sky, The Ground
Karl Jenkins with excerpts from his major work Stella Natalis
Film scores from John Williams (Star Wars) and Michael Giacchino (Star Trek: Into Darkness)
Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Serenade to Music
Dowland – Dufay – Monteverdi.