On Monday 26th April, join the Perth Symphonic Chorus for Anzac Reflections, a poignant and reflective concert featuring beautiful choral works interspersed with moving, amusing and historic readings.
Anzac Day is one day of the year we set aside to remember our fallen soldiers and our men and women who have represented our country to defend our shores and to help maintain world peace.
Often music can speak to a corner of our souls that is inexplicably hard to reach. Perth Symphonic Chorus' offering of music and stories will aid our reflections on this nationally significant day.
Rutter's memorable and tuneful Requiem for choir and orchestra begins the program, followed by smaller works such as excerpts from Jenkins The Armed Man and beautiful unaccompanied arrangements of In Flanders Field and Danny Boy.
In addition, the chamber choir will present two exquisitely moving pieces by Eric Whitacre - She Weeps Over Rahoon and Nox Aurumque.
The concert concludes with The Last Post being played as sunset approaches.
Anzac Reflections will be held on Monday 26th April from 4:00pm at Redemptorist Monastery, 190 Vincent St, North Perth.
Tickets are now on sale through www.trybooking.com.au/BOUSY and are priced $55 Full, $45 Concession, $25 Student and $10 Child.
Early bookings are advised.
For more information on the event, please see www.perthsymphonicchorus.com.au