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Infinite Choir - Sydney Christmas 2013

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Bring along your best Christmas Choir voice
This year the Pitt Street Mall, Sydney went all different by presenting us Sydneysiders and tourists with a special Christmas greeting...

They have set up special light sculptures that sing Christmas carols as you pass along in front of them!

The singing sculptures...


It is great fun, especially when everyone stands in front of a sculpture and hears the choir in its full glory.

The figures light up and burst into choir once you walk past a sculpture (the kids will love this).

A sign about the Infinite Choir...


It is free and available to see all the way up to Christmas Day.

You can witness the Infinite Choir all day and night.

It is certainly something to experience and see after a busy day shopping!

For more information on this attraction, please click here.
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Why? A fun way to see a choir
When: All day
Where: Pitt Street Mall, Pitt St, Sydney
Cost: Free
Your Comment
this was weird - the first time I saw it the individual speakers played separate voices - not together - until suddenly after about 20 minutes they all burst into song together - wonderful ! just standing still in the middle was lovely, voices coming from all around - didn't near xmas carols tho' - just voice tones - still lovely to listen to.
by ultim (score: 2|416) 1778 days ago
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