R e h e a r s a l s

 

Rehearsal Venue:              

St. Columbs Anglican Church

5 St. Columbs St, Hawthorn

Off-street parking at the rear of church via Patterson St.

 

Rehearsal Dates and times - 2021

All rehearsals TUESDAY 7:30 – 9:15 pm unless otherwise specified.

Rehearsal Fees for Concert 1 are $110 or $85 concession with an annual Membership Fee of $30.

 

Program and Rehearsal Information

 

  • Repertoire:  Fauré Requiem, Pavane, and Cantique de Jean Racine

  • Tuesday nights: March 9 to May 18, except April 6th.

  • 7.30 pm check in; 7.45 pm rehearsal start; 9.15 pm rehearsal finish

  • At St Columbs Church, 5 St Columbs St Hawthorn.

  • Concert May 22 at All Saints in East St. Kilda. 

Covid-Safe Plan

 

  • It is essential to read the Covid Safe plan that was emailed to you before attending.  We strongly recommend that you print it off and keep it in your folder.  

  • Masks must still be worn as you check-in, enter or leave the rehearsal space.  They are not required while singing.

  • Huge thanks to John O'Callaghan, Covid Coordinator, who has developed the plan with Richard & Katrina and input from the Committee. 

Fauré

  • Tues Mar 9

  • Tues Mar 16

  • Tues Mar 23

  • Tues Mar 30

  • Tues Apr 6 - No rehearsal - 7pm social night

  • Tues Apr 13

  • Tues Apr 20

  • Tues Apr 27

  • Tues May 4

  • Tues May 11

  • Tues May 18

 

Fri May 21 – General rehearsal with orchestra and soloists at All Saints, 2 Chapel St, East St. Kilda.

  • Timings to be confirmed!

  • 6:45pm – Arrive early to start on time.

  • 7:00pm – Rehearsal

  • 10:00pm – Finish

Sat May 22 – Concert at All Saints, 2 Chapel St, East St. Kilda.

  • Timings to be confirmed!

  • 2:30pm – Arrive

  • 3:00pm – Rehearsal / sound check

  • 4:45pm – Line up to enter

  • 5:00pm – Concert

  • 7:00pm – Bump out

  • After Party.

Sound advice if you put off practicing can be found here!
 
Playing different types of music files:

  • mp3 can be played directly, or downloaded and copied to other devices.

  • midi files (.mid) can be played directly, but will usually sound awful.  You can obtain players for them that allow you to change the instruments used, the volume of each instrument, and the playback tempo.  

 

ChoirPro's Sonja is a good player for IPad's.   This link shows how to install.

 

  • Sibelius scorch files require a player that is available on Windows, Mac OSX.

 

Scorch player download.

 

Sometimes we rehearse with the orchestra at Christ Church Hall, Hawthorn:

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