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This Sunday the Three Choirs Festival will present Haydn’s Mass No 9 – ‘Paukenmesse’ at the All Saints Anglican Church Murwillumbah.

Spencer Faulkner, director of Musica Antiqua Collegii from Brisbane, will conduct the three choirs – Musica Antiqua Collegii, Murwillumbah Philharmonic Choir and Chillingham Voices, and an orchestra.

This work is a musical challenge but the end result puts everyone on a high. This is the third year the three choirs have come together to perform in Murwillumbah and the afternoon promises to be just as enjoyable as the recent Tyalgum Festival.

 

See the three at the Anglican Church, Murwillumbah on Sunday. Enquiries phone 6672 7165.


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