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Young Tasmania Sings Wednesday 3 July

Young Tasmania Sings

A celebration of young voices – night 2

Wed 3 July – 7.00 pm
Federation Concert Hall
Digital program
From $22

If you have any accessibility requirements, please approach a Festival of Voices staff member upon arrival at this event and we will support your needs to the best of our ability.

Join young singers from Tasmanian school and community youth choirs as they sing with joy in our annual combined choir event with guest conductor Anthony Trecek-King alongside The Tasmanian Youth Orchestra.  

Additionally, each evening’s concert will feature guest performances from Tasmanian and visiting youth choirs.  

Young Tasmania Sings brings together youth choirs in a cooperative, non-competitive endeavour. It also: 

  • Includes choirs from all school systems alongside community youth choirs 
  • Provides an opportunity for over 400 young singers ages 10 to 14 to work together with a visiting expert director and share the outcomes with family, friends and the community 
  • Creates the opportunity for young singers to perform with a full orchestra as an integral part of the program 
  • Demonstrates pathways for young singers by including choral items from a range of guest choirs.  



Combined choirs: 

  • Albuera Street Primary School Choir 
  • Campbell Street Primary School Choir 
  • Huon Homeschool Choir 
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary School Choir 
  • Lansdowne Crescent Primary Senior Choir 
  • Mount Stuart Primary School Choir 
  • South Hobart Primary School Choir 
  • St Michael’s Collegiate Founders’ Choir 


Guest choirs: 

  • St Aloysius Catholic College Year 3/4 Choir 
  • Hobart City High School Vocal Ensemble 
  • Emmanuel College Vivace. 

Can’t find your child’s school in the list above? Click HERE for information and tickets for Young Tasmania Sings on Tuesday 2 July

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A Reserve – $49
A Reserve concession – $42

B Reserve – $39
B Reserve concession – $32

C Reserve -$29
C Reserve concession – $22

Booking fee

  • For bookings with a total value of $15 or less, a booking fee of $3 will be added upon check-out.
  • For bookings with a total value between $15.01 and $199.99, a booking fee of $5 will be added upon
  • For bookings with a total value of $200 or more, a booking fee of $10 will be added upon check-out.


1hr 30mins

VENUE: Federation Concert Hall

Getting to the venue 

  • Federation Concert Hall is within Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, 1 Davey Street, Hobart TAS 7000 
  • A drop-off zone is located at the front of Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, accessible from the far-right lane of Davey Street, just after Evans Street. 
  • Accessible parking spaces are available in the Hotel Grand Chancellor car park. To access this space, please drive into the drop-off zone and request valet park the car for you. More accessible parking can be found along Davey Street by turning into Dunn Place Carpark, on the right past Campbell Street, or turning into the Mures car park, on the left past Campbell Street. 
  • Please follow this link for a virtual tour of the Federation Concert Hall Auditorium (titled Federation Plenary Hall). Please note that lighting designs will not be as featured in this tour at Festival of Voices events. 


Guide Dogs/registered assistance animals welcome 

Wheelchair accessibility

  • For wheelchair bookings, please contact the festival with specifications and dimensions of the wheelchair and any additional user requirements. 
  • The Federation Concert Hall stalls are accessible from ground level and the dress circle is accessible for wheelchair users via the lift at reception. 
  • Accessible bathrooms are available at this venue. 

Dr Anthony Trecek-King

Dr Anthony Trecek-King is a highly acclaimed choral conductor, scholar, pedagogue, and media personality with a career spanning over 20 years. He is an active guest conductor and serves as a Resident Conductor (chorus) with the Handel and Haydn Society. Recognized for his ability to create moving performances that exhibit a surprising range of dynamics and depth of expression, Dr. Trecek-King excels at cultivating vocal and instrumental musicians at all levels. Through his collaborative rehearsal style, he bridges the gap between high art and humanity, captivating audiences while maintaining exceptional sonic quality.

Ensembles under his direction were integral to projects that have won a Pulitzer Prize (Madam White Snake, Zhou Long), received a Grammy (Fantastic Mr. Fox, Boston Modern Orchestra Project), and earned the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award from Presidential Committee on the Arts (Boston Children’s Chorus). Dr. Trecek-King has worked with a variety of artists and ensembles including Leslie Odom Jr., Melinda Doolittle, the San Francisco Symphony Chorus, The Houston Chamber Choir, Seraphic Fire, Keith Lockhart, John Williams, Gil Rose, Simon Halsey, Yo Yo Ma, and Roomful of Teeth. He has led performances in world-renowned venues including Boston Symphony Hall, the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., Carnegie Hall in New York City, Royal Albert Hall in London, and the Sydney Opera House.

In addition to his conducting work, he is currently the host of the classical radio show “The Silent Canon” which airs on KNVO 90.7. He can also be seen on-air and online on the Emmy nominated WGBH television series Sing That Thing, and two TEDx Boston talks. He holds a B.M. in Cello Performance from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, an M.M. in Orchestral Conducting from the Florida State University, and a D.M.A. in Choral Conducting from the Boston University.

He currently lives in the Boston area with his partner Melanie (of Thinking is Power) and their cat.

Tasmanian Youth Orchestra

The Tasmanian Youth Orchestra is TYO’s flagship ensemble, providing exceptional development opportunities and outstanding performance experiences. The accomplished young musicians in this orchestra range in age from 14 to 25 and represent some of Tasmania's finest young musical talent. Musicians in this orchestra have the opportunity to rehearse weekly with their musical peers, perform challenging symphonic repertoire at least three times per year; and collaborate annually with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra through TSO's 'Big Rehearsal'.

image credit: Mike Morffew

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