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Co-cheòl featuring at the Melbourne International Singers Festival GALA concert on Sunday 11th June

BY CarolineK | 31-May-2017
The Festival is thrilled to present Co-cheòl at our 8pm GALA concert. Co-cheòl are Australia’s only Celtic female vocal quartet. They are an award winning a cappella quartet with spine tingling harmonies taking you on a journey to the Celts and beyond. At #MISF17, they will appear with THECHO!R one of Melbourne’s most exciting non-auditioned choirs, created and conducted by the inspirational Dr Jonathon Welch AM. Co-cheòl write, arrange and perform both a cappella and self-accompanied songs. They perform mostly traditional Scottish and Irish Songs, with a smattering of contemporary songs of other nations as well as their own original pieces. Their clever and intriguing arrangements of both the familiar and the new create a rich tapestry of lush harmonies. Check out our fantastic full Festival program!!!! An unforgettable weekend of musical experiences at #MISF17 @SOHKnocks
Venue: Melbourne Recital Centre
Address: 31 Sturt Street, Southbank 3006
Date: Sunday June 11th 2017
Time: 8pm - 9.30pm (and 5pm - 6.30pm for the earlier concert)
Ticket: Two concert package: Standard $44.90. For one concert - Standard $24.90 / Concession $21.90 / student or child $16.90
Buy / Ticket: http://www.melbournerecital.com.au/events/calendar/2017/06
Web: www.schoolofhardknocks.org.au/sohk/events/
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EMail: misf@schoolofhardknocks.org.au
Call: 0419 337 283
Co-cheol, award winning a cappella quartet
We are also presenting a 5pm concert, which features the spectacular Divine Divas of Sunbury conducted by Adam Przewlocki, Musica (Queensland) conducted by Melissa Gill and Men Aloud! also conducted by Dr Jonathon Welch AM.

Buy our concert package and come to both!!! We would LOVE to see you there. Proceeds from the Festival support the School of Hard Knocks providing arts and cultural programs to the vulnerable and marginalised in our community.