Welcome to the Australian National University Choral Society Incorporated (SCUNA)
Combining Renaissance and contemporary favourites, these two concerts by the ANU Choral Society draw together over 400 years of choral music in some of Canberra's top concert venues. Performing at the resonant All Saints Church in Ainslie and University House, ANU, Golden Lights is sure to delight and enrich your weekend with works by Palestrina, Lotti, Whitacre, Bowman and others. Featuring some of the best-known choral works including Lotti's Crucifixus and the popular academic anthem Gaudeamus Igitur, you don't want to miss these two incredible performances!
The ANU Choral Society is led by Leonard Weiss - 2016 Young Canberra Citizen of the Year for Youth Arts and Multimedia and an ACT Finalist for 2016 Young Australian of the Year.
Children under 12: $15
Come and join us in 2016 for great choral singing!
$10 per year for students is all it takes.
Learn late Renaissance to early baroque multi-choir pieces by Gabrielli, Schutz and Praetorius for a concert in May under the baton of Leonard Weiss an award-winning composer, conductor and performer.
The choir is non-auditioned and caters for all levels of experience - from those that love to sing in the shower to professionals! Members come from students, staff, alumni, friends of the ANU, and the wider Canberra community.
Rehearsals are Wednesday from 7-9:30pm in Manning Clark Lecture Theatre 2.
SCUNA is hosting the Intervarsity Choral Festival from 1-10 July! More details at www.civ.aicsa.org.au.
You can find find files that will assist you to learn the music on the choir files page.
What's coming up at SCUNA:
For more events, check out the events page.