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10th Anniversary Melbourne International Singers Festival in 2019. Register as an EARLY BIRD, until April 1st.

BY CarolineK | 26-Mar-2019
Play It Forward and Founding Artistic Director, Dr Jonathon Welch AM, invite you to the 10th Anniversary of the Melbourne International Singers Festival, June 6 – 10, 2019. Australia’s most exciting singers festival for all choirs, singing groups and individual singers, is proud to present a bigger and even more diverse program over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend in Melbourne, with our Founding Artistic Director Dr Jonathon Welch AM. #MISF19 @playitforwardoz
10th Anniversary Melbourne International Singers Festival in 2019
BE CHALLENGED, INSPIRED & ENTERTAINED

Acclaimed conductor & arranger George Torbay will return as the Massed Chorus guest conductor along with award winning singer, songwriter and conductor Kavisha Mazzella AM who will conduct the Massed Women's Chorus. We are delighted to welcome back award winning jazz quartet ‘The Velvetones’ who will perform and take workshops.

Early Bird Registration is $175 until 1st April.

Participants at last year’s festival commented ….

“I loved the whole experience - great learning from experts but also a lovely sense of community and brilliant to see how conductors lead their choirs. So much to learn, absorb and to enjoy.”

“A fantastic four days of singing, friends, fun and frivolity ... bring on the next festival. It’s in my diary already.”

Registration includes entry to all MISF workshops, masterclasses, concerts, choruses & performances over the Festival weekend (with the exception of Special MISF events) Register as a choir/singing group of 10 or more and receive complimentary registration for your Music Director & Accompanist.

Proceeds from the Melbourne International Singers Festival support Play It Forward, providing a unique range of tailored inclusive arts programs, events and projects for all Australians.

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