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Last Thursday's sell-out performance of Bach's Christmas Oratorio has garnered a glowing review in The West Australian.

Our 2011 Concert Series ended on a high note with Bach’s Christmas Oratorio being a sell-out performance.

On Thursday 22 December, the first of our three Carol Services will be recorded by the ABC, and broadcast nationally on ABC Classic FM Radio at 8.00pm on Christmas Eve.

Yesterday, Stephen Bevis, Arts Editor of The West Australian, caught up with our Master of Music, Joseph Nolan, to talk about the upcoming Bach Christmas Oratorio concert.

Cathedral Chorister William Huxtable, accompanied by Joseph Nolan, sings a selection of the finest and best-loved works written for the treble voice, including music of Vivaldi, Handel, Franck, Fauré, Rutter, and Lloyd Webber.

News

Last Thursday's sell-out performance of Bach's Christmas Oratorio has garnered a glowing review in The West Australian.

Our 2011 Concert Series ended on a high note with Bach’s Christmas Oratorio being a sell-out performance.

On Thursday 22 December, the first of our three Carol Services will be recorded by the ABC, and broadcast nationally on ABC Classic FM Radio at 8.00pm on Christmas Eve.

Yesterday, Stephen Bevis, Arts Editor of The West Australian, caught up with our Master of Music, Joseph Nolan, to talk about the upcoming Bach Christmas Oratorio concert.

Cathedral Chorister William Huxtable, accompanied by Joseph Nolan, sings a selection of the finest and best-loved works written for the treble voice, including music of Vivaldi, Handel, Franck, Fauré, Rutter, and Lloyd Webber.