Choiring during COVID-19

We are very sad that we haven't been able to continue with our rehearsals and performances, but the COVID-19 outbreak is an unprecedented global crisis which we all have a role in controlling. As you know, we can do our part by staying home and being considerate and safe.

We can, of course, keep singing and keep listening!

To help you out, keep the vocal chords moving and the spirits high, we have compiled some resources to help you along. We will try to bring new things to you, and please send through any suggestions to cmc@unsw.edu.au

As soon as we have the all-clear, we will be back and singing up a storm! In the meantime, make good use of music to keep yourself engaged and those endorphins flowing.


 

The concert that couldn’t: Cantique du Paradis

Still want to listen to them? You can through our Spotify playlist and  YouTube links -  Durufle: Ubi caritasTota pulchra es Tu es Petrus; Tantum ergo;  Requiem 

Faure Pavane; Tu es Petrus; Ave verum op.65 no.1; Tantum ergo Op.65 no.2; Maria, Mater gratiae; Cantique de Jean Racine

Still want to learn them? Why, yes! There are online practice parts Durufle Quatre motets; Durufle Requiem; Faure Pavane; Faure Cantique de Jean Racine

Want to do a Cantique du Paradis word search puzzle? Of course you do!

What else can I do at home? So many things! Cheryl Porter, singing coach, has some fantastic videos for you to sing along to. These COVID-19-themed exercises are great for getting your diaphragm working and your body singing.  There are also several, national and international, collaborative projects that you can contribute to, like Adam Woolf’s Bach Together  and Couch Choir’s giant 1000-person video


The concert we're hoping for: Alexander's Feast

Listen at home! Get ready to jump in to rehearsals with the Spotify playlist and  YouTube link 


The concert which is the light at the end of the tunnel: Britten

Listen at home in preparation for Term 3, with our Spotify playlist and YouTube links - Hymn to St CeciliaGloriana, choral dances: 1.Time; 2. Concord; 3. Time and Concord; 4. Country Girls; 5. Rustics and Fishermen; 6. Final Dance of HomageSaint Nicolas Op.42

Learn at home! Be the best-prepared singer in your part by learning through practice parts, for Burgundian Consort  Hymn to St Cecilia and Collegium Musicum Choir Saint Nicolas Op.42.