Tasmania Sings – School Choirs & Young Voices
Wed 30 June & Thurs 1 July | 7pm | Federation Concert Hall | All ages | $20 / $29
Celebrating children’s choral singing!
The Tasmania Sings program has provided school children from around Tasmania the opportunity to work with many esteemed conductors, on a varied program of choral music. This year, we are privileged to welcome Jennifer Moon and Paul Jarman as guest conductors.
In 2021 we will host 14 schools, some who are new to the festival. These are the voices that will shape the future of singing in Tasmania. Guest choirs include Exaudi from Victoria – a choir of 62 singers ranging from 16-25, led by long time festival contributor Mark O’Leary, Young Voices of Hobart, the Collegiate Senior Singers, Tasmanian Youth Orchestra Chorale and Clarence City Children’s Choir.
We will also present the World Premiere of “2021”. Music and Lyrics by Sureyya Brennan. Arranged by Paul Jarman and Sureyya Brennan. Sung by the combined choirs with the Valla Voices who will travel from the mid north coast of NSW.
There is nothing quite like the sound children singing together.
Wednesday 30 June
Thursday 1 July
All event patrons will be required to check in at the venue using a provided Check in TAS QR code. A physical sign in sheet will be made available upon request if your device is not QR-code compatible.
Festival of Voices is closely monitoring seating capacity updates regarding this venue. This venue is approved to reach 100% capacity with no mandatory mask-wearing.
HYGIENE AND SANITATION:
Our Festival venues undergo full sanitation before each show. To maintain our venue hygiene and sanitation practices, please have a spritz of sanitiser on your way in and make use of hand soap in the bathrooms.
To avoid any unnecessary transfer of germs, there will be no coat check facilities at this venue.
Please do not attend this event if you are experiencing flu symptoms (fever, cough, runny nose). Similarly, if you feel a cough or a sneeze coming on while in this venue, please use your elbow to cover it!