The next concert will be a performance of The Armed Man by Karl Jenkins, to be held at St John’s Church, Oaks Avenue, Dee Why, on Sunday November 20th at 3.00pm.
The Manly Warringah Choir is a community choir based on the Northern Beaches and adjacent suburbs of Sydney. We perform largely classical choral music, typically in three concerts each year, accompanied by professional instrumentalists and soloists. Rehearsals are held every Thursday evening at Collaroy Plateau Public School.
Dr Carlos Alvarado, a very experienced and highly accomplished musician trained in Moscow and Stuttgart, has been our Conductor since 2003. Choir members range from professional musicians to people who cannot read music and learn it by heart. But, whatever our musical ability, we all share a passion for classical choral music.
Recent concerts include Bach’s St John Passion and Magnificat, Bernstein’s Suite from West Side Story, Brahms’ A German Requiem, Haydn’s Paukenmesse and Nelson Mass, Karl Jenkins’ Stella Natalis, Mozart’s Requiem and Great Mass in C Minor, Vivaldi’s Gloria, Pergolesi’s Magnificat and Handel’s Messiah.
Over the past several years, our concerts have proved increasingly popular with local audiences, with tickets selling rapidly and full houses being the norm.
As at May 2022 there are are vacancies in all voices except Altos. Click here for more information on how the Choir works and how to apply for membership.
Please explore the website for further information about the Choir – listening to us or joining as a chorister – or contact Roger Pratt on 9918 9277 or send an email.
The Choir’s operations for 2022 are all subject to the Covid 19 Policy and Plan, which aims to not only fit to Government regulations but also seeks all means to minimise the risk of infection. Click here to view the document.