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The Armidale Choral Society performing Handel’s Messiah in The Armidale School Memorial Hall.

The soprano soloist was Anna Sandström from Pinchgut Opera. Conductor was Graham Maddox.


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Christmas Concert 2023

Noel Wears a Cabbage Tree Hat

The Christmas program includes beautiful arrangements of lesser known carols, two Australian folk songs and two humorous Aussie versions of popular carols.

Conductor: Inge Southcott
Accompanist: Sheila Guymer


A Christmas Round
God Rest You Merry Gentleman – 2 part arr.
In Dulci Jubilo – 3 part arr. By Philip le Bas
Advent Echo Carol – by Mary K. Beall
The First Noel/Pachelbel’s Canon – by M. Clawson
Carol of the Bells – by Leontovich (arr. Wilhousky) in 3 parts
Ubi Caritas – by Ola Gjeilo
Adventi Enek – by Kodaly
Maria wanders thru’ the Thorn – arr. by S. McCrae
Coventry Carol
Bullocky’o – by Graeme Morton
Deck the Sheds – Aussie version of Deck the Halls.
Cabbage Tree Hat – by Sandra Milliken
Jingle Bells – Aussie version

Uralla, 2,30pm Saturday, December 9th, 2023.


Armidale, 2.30pm Sunday, December 10th, 2023.


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On the Road Again Tour

We are honoured to be the guest choir performing with the Sydney Male Choir at the Michael Hoskins Creative Arts Centre in Armidale in October.

7pm Saturday 14th October
Michael Hoskins Creative Arts Centre
The Armidale School

The Sydney Male Choir are starting their NSW regional tour in Armidale.


Armidale Symphony Orchestra

A major work with the Armidale Symphony

Orchestra in mid-2024

Dates to be decided

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armidale symphony orchestra

The Armidale Choral Society is fortunate to be able to perform with a large symphony orchestra. This has been a noble tradition since the 1970s.

Works such as the Brahmʼs German Requiem, Handelʼs Messiah, Mozartʼs Requiem , Haydnʼs Creation, Lambertʼs Rio Grande and the B-minor Mass of J.S. Bach.

Players from the orchestra also formed smaller ensembles to accompany the choir on many occasions.

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