Preparations for our 2019 season are underway!

We'll be bringing you all the details of our 2019 season in January, but it's shaping up to be another great year of music making.

Whilst some details are still being worked out, we can promise you:
  • A concert featuring the amazing young sporano Anna Stephens, winner of the 2018 Fine Music 102.5 Young Virtuoso Competition
  • A special concert featuring a range of Hungarian music, including works by Tibor Idrányi (1896-1974) - a particular research interest of our Conductor and Musical Director, Steven Hillinger
  • The wonderful Tchaikovsky Symphony no 5

The date of the first concert will be Saturday 23rd March, 7.30pm at the Verbrugghen Hall.

If you'd like us to email you with details of the full season when they are available, drop us a line via our contact pages!
The Smith Auditorium
Shore School, Blue Street, North Sydney

The Smith Auditorium is a purpose-built professional theatre and concert hall on the grounds of Shore School, North Sydney. It is a five minute walk from North Sydney station. Limited on-site car parking is accessible from William Street, and there is ample on-street parking nearby.

The Concourse Concert Hall
409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood

The 1000-seat Concourse Concert Hall is one of the leading music venues in Sydney. It is a short walk from Chatswood station, and there is ample car parking directly below the venue, accessed from Ferguson Lane via Archer Street.

Verbrugghen Hall
Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney CDB

A world-class venue with exceptional acoustics, the Verbrugghen Hall seats over 500 patrons in comfort, and features the wonderful 1973 Pogson organ. Parking is available nearby, including at the Sydney Opera House and at the Royal Botanic Gardens.