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MPC Sings in Carnegie Hall, New York!

The Mornington Peninsula Chorale (MPC) and our director Tom Buchanan had been invited to participate, with other choristers from around the world, in Distinguished Concerts International New York City (DCINY), Carnegie Hall, on January 15th 2017.

 

When extending the invitation, Dr Jonathan Griffiths, Artistic Director and Principal Conductor DCINY wrote, “The Mornington Peninsula Chorale received this invitation because of the quality and high level of musicianship demonstrated by the singers…”

 

The Chorale is to spend a total of five days in New York City preparing and then performing Karl Jenkins’ “Requiem” on 15th January 2017. As composer-in-residence at Carnegie Hall, Sir Karl Jenkins will be present throughout our time there, and we will be directed by the conductor Dr Jonathan Griffiths.

 

Please support us! Make a tax deductible donation through the Australian Cultural Fund and help us get to New York! – Search for Mornington Peninsula Chorale.

 

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