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Associated Choirs

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Australia - Perth

Choir: The primary function of the Choir is to sing at the choral services in the Cathedral.
Consort: The Cathedral Consort, formed in 2008, is a professional choir of 10 singers. The Consort sings at Evensong three times a month and in the absence of the Cathedral Choir.

The Giovanni Consort melds the zest and enthusiasm of Perth's finest young singers with exquisite musicianship and attention to detail. Their stylish performances have been delighting audiences and critics alike since 1995.

Collegium Musicum Choir is a small chamber choir of experienced singers from Perth, Western Australia which has developed a fine reputation for authentic performances of the Baroque Period along with meticulous and beautifully crafted singing.  Its repertoire consists of a wide range of virtuosic works, both choral-orchestral and a cappella. 

The W.A.V.E. is a Perth based professional octet of classically trained singers, experienced in performing a wide variety of genres from operatic music to blues & jazz and music theatre.

England

The Choir of King’s College London is one of the leading university choirs in England. Consisting of twenty-five choral scholars and two organ scholars, it is directed by the College Organist, David Trendell, who is also a Senior Lecturer in the Music Department.

The Rodolfus Choir is made up of singers aged from 16 to 25 who have been chosen from past and present members of the Eton Choral Courses for prospective choral scholars. Under the direction of Ralph Allwood, the Rodolfus Choir’s recent CD recordings include music as diverse as Howells, Monteverdi, Grier, Tallis and the German Romantics.

Recognised as one of the most outstanding choirs of any kind in the world, the original and most senior of the regular choirs is for young people aged 16 - 22, taking them into advanced areas of choral repertoire and giving them experience of the highest standards of professional rehearsal and performance on courses in the UK and on international tours.

Composed of elite current and past members of the National Youth Choir, Laudibus is hailed by audiences and critics as one of the finest chamber choirs in the world. The choir has acquired a reputation for the breadth of its programming and its dynamic and exciting performances. The choir's regular recording schedule with Delphian has already produced several CDs which have received high critical acclaim.