The Psalms at their most euphoric in this unmissable final concert.
Spanning six centuries from Banchieri to young Pulitzer winner Caroline Shaw, encompassing Purcell, Gretchaninov, Poulenc, Estonian Urmas Sisask and Serbian Isidora Žebeljan along the way. Culminating in the splendour of Thomas Tallis’ Spem in alium, with members of all four choirs finally joining forces to offer up an ecstatic expression of praise.
Andreas Hammerschmidt (c. 1611–1675), psalm 24, Machet die Tore weit
Caroline Shaw (b. 1982), psalm 84, and the swallow (Australian premiere)
Chiara Maria Cozzolani (1602–1678), psalm 110, Dixit Dominus
Alexander Grechaninov (1864–1956), psalm 135, Praise the name of the Lord
Francis Poulenc (1899–1963), psalm 81, Exultate Deo
Thomas Tallis (1505–1585), Spem in Alium
Event additional information
Revellers enjoy the Deniliquin Ute Muster in New South Wales. The event, now twenty years old, attracts more than 20,000 people per year to Deniliquin and holds the Guinness World Record for the largest parade of utility vehicles.