Street Requiem, presented by Voices of Casey, in association with School of Hard Knocks, in Cranbourne

Published by: CarolineK | 4-Aug-2016
STREET REQUIEM for those who have died on the street by Kathleen McGuire, Andy Payne & Jonathon Welch. A choral work that aims to bring a sense of peace, remembrance and hope to many communities struggling to come to terms with street violence and a loss of safety on our streets. Saturday 20 August, 2 pm "“ 5pm approx at Cranbourne Community Theatre. Conducted by Dr Jonathon Welch AM. Featuring: Christine Butt, Izaac Lea and Kerry Gerraty. With members of: Voices of Casey, Latrobe Valley Community Choir, Sing the World and THECHO!R Funds raised by this performance will go back into the local Casey community. The generous support of the City of Casey, School of Hard Knocks, local businesses and service groups have helped Voices of Casey make this event happen!!
Venue: Cranbourne Community Theatre
Address: Brunt Street, Cranbourne
Date: Saturday 20 August
Time: 2pm - 5pm approx
Ticket: $25 adults / $22 conc. & U16
Buy / Ticket:
Call: 9769 8611
The concert will also feature performances by each of the individual choirs, as well as a massed choir of over 100 singers! A lovely afternoon tea will also be served!

Voices of Casey is part of the School of Hard Knocks 'Absolutely Everybody' choral program. The choir is conducted on Monday nights by the indefatigable Jonathon Welch. Its members range from 18 through to 82 years of age! Voices of Casey is an un-auditioned choir, brought together by a love of singing, fun, performing and sense of community.

STREET REQUIEM has now been performed extensively in Australia and also the US. Later this year a community of singers will travel to the USA, to perform STREET REQUIEM in Boston and at Carnegie Hall in New York. Each performance brings a new perspective, style and a special reality to this wonderful, inspiring and indeed iconic work.

The School's website at also gives further information about the wonderful initiatives and programs run by the School.

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