Cantorion Sydney confines its repertoire to classical, folk and sacred music in the male voice choral tradition. The Choir is made up of rich male voices which sing many familiar, uplifting and often moving songs, creating a unique & enjoyable music.
The Choir has sung at numerous music festivals including Welsh gymanfas and German singfests. We love to sing at weddings, dinners, charity fundraisers and conferences and have raised thousands of dollars for charitable purposes. The Cantorion Sydney has given concerts along with the Waverley Brass Ensemble, with the Sydney Male Voice Choir, The Australian opera Brass and with the Harp Divas. We have also presented Concerts at Yass, Nowra, Goulburn and in October 2014 at Dubbo.
The Choir is not associated with any religious following but we rehearse each Wednesday evening, commencing at 6.30pm, in the Welsh Church of Sydney, St Peters Presbyterian Church, at the top of Blues Point Road, close to the North Sydney Railway Station. Cantorion Sydney currently has over 45 active members from many countries, and we hope to grow this to 60. We men of the Choir are proud of our ethnicity and enjoy sharing our various country’s music and language
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Music direction is in the hands of Ben Oxley and Christopher Butt.