Tickets  https://www.trybooking.com/CDJFV

Note the early bird discount has been extended to 1st December!

A Christmas Celebration!

Capture the spirit of Christmas with Victoria Chorale and the Art of Sound orchestra.  

The concert includes Saint-Saëns’ uplifting Christmas Oratorio and a joyous collection of Australian and traditional Christmas carols. 

The choir’s Christmas concerts are renowned for their charm, distinctiveness and enthusiastic audience singing of carols, led by dynamic conductor Mario Dobernig!


Sensational soloists, Amanda Hargreaves (Soprano), Syrah Torii (Mezzo-Soprano), Ben Glover (Tenor) and Bailey Montgomerie (Baritone), join us for this delightful concert.


5.00 pm, Saturday 10 December 2022

St Paul’s Cathedral

Donations Fund


Victoria Chorale is a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing excellent choral music for audiences and choristers alike.  Your donation will help us to continue offering concerts which engage, delight and inspire.  We will be most grateful for any donation you can make.


Donations over $2 are tax-deductible and you will be emailed a receipt.

Alternatively, you may use a bank transfer to:

Victoria Chorale Donations Fund

BSB: 633 000

Acct: 162 507 255

Please provide your name in the transfer details, and then send an email to victoriachorale@gmail.com with the same name to obtain a tax deductible receipt.

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Join Victoria Chorale

Victoria Chorale is a friendly choir performing exciting repertoire.  We welcome all experienced singers.  We rehearse 7.30pm - 9:30pm, Tuesday nights at St Columbs church hall in Hawthorn.  Please view our promotional video by clicking here

Rehearsals are conducted in line with our carefully developed Covid-safe plan.

For information about joining email victoriachorale@gmail.com

or ring Helen  9397 3308 / 0438 071 001

Classic Melbourne Review of Haydn, Mozart and Vaughan Williams Concert

Here are some excerpts from Heather Leviston’s review of Victoria Chorale’s concert of music by Vaughan Williams, Haydn and Mozart at Hawthorn Arts Centre on September 17, 2022.  The full review is available at


Looking at works being programmed in Melbourne at the moment you would never know that 2022 marks the 150th anniversary of one of England’s greatest composers.  Thanks to Victoria Chorale Melbourne, arguably his most popular work, The Lark Ascending, took melodious flight this weekend [with] violin soloist Yi Wang…   His solos as Concertmaster of Orchestra Victoria have been much admired for the clarity, elegance and warm beauty of his playing by audiences and colleagues alike, and he brought all these qualities to his performance of Vaughan William’s pastoral masterpiece.


The Art of Sound Orchestra was a worthy accompaniment to his supple embodiment of a lark’s flight, providing a warm cushion of sustained string sound at the beginning and end of the work, and swelling to full orchestral splendour with some fine playing from the wind section along the way. Dobernig was very attentive to orchestral dynamics, ensuring that the violin was appropriately featured.  The unaccompanied passages were seamlessly woven into the orchestral fabric – pure, graceful and entrancing as the audience sat absolutely still, hanging on every note.  The shift from Yi Wang’s role of soloist to that of concertmaster ensured that what followed would be enhanced by his presence…

[T]wo movements from Joseph Haydn’s The Seasons were included in this program….   One of the chief attractions of The Seasons is the way Haydn combines voices.  Duets, trios and choruses intertwine and reinforce each other.  Victoria Chorale sang with enthusiastic vigour in the big choruses and displayed good discipline in general.  The sopranos sounded increasingly confident, handling some challenging higher passages with brightly shining tone.  There were obviously some talented singers among their ranks. The final lilting chorus was a fitting way to end an uplifting concert celebrating nature.

Tickets  https://www.trybooking.com/CDJFV

Note the early bird discount has been extended to 1st December!