Following a year of lockdown where choirs could not sing together, Sydney Gay & Lesbian Choir is delighted to be able to celebrate its 30th anniversary at the York Theatre, Seymour Centre, on Saturday 26th June with special guests, Caroline O’Connor and Jonathon Welch.
Stronger Together celebrates 30 years of community, music making, and getting back to singing together after the trials of Zoom rehearsals.
Featuring songs that have marked important moments in the choir’s history including These Candles We Burn, sung at AIDS candlelight vigils, and Marry Me, which was recorded in support of marriage equality, plus commissioned and favourite works from across the years, this concert will showcase the choir’s talent and versatility and rekindle memories in our singers and audience.
With a sneak peek at planned performances over the next few years, this promises to be an evening not to miss.
Music Director Adam Majsay
Principal Pianist Kane Wheatley
Technical Director Ash Page
We are a registered COVID-Safe business and we're committed to making your Seymour visit as safe and enjoyable as possible.
In line with eased restrictions, this show will be open to 100% seated capacity. Please consider your comfort levels before booking as you will be seated next to other booking groups.
We request all patrons remain in their allocated seats and we strongly recommend that face masks be worn throughout the performance by patrons over 12, to help ensure a calm and safe experience.
Find out about our other COVID safety measures here.
|Sat 26 Jun||7pm|
130 minutes (including interval). Partial lockout applies.
|A Reserve Full||$45|
|A Reserve Concession||$37|
$6 transaction fee applies.
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Flash photography and filming prohibited.
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