NSW: AGC in Concert

NSW: AGC in Concert

Each year our most senior levels of the Australian Girls Choir; Camerata and Performing Choir present ‘Australian Girls Choir in Concert’ at the Concourse Concert Hall in Chatswood. Choristers will take the audience on a musical journey featuring varied and entertaining repertoire including the epic Christopher Tin’s work Temen Oblak; quirky jazz number I’m Hip; the iconic Flower Duet from Lakmé; and a celebration of music theatre in Fame. We are delighted to be presenting the performance in the Concert Hall which is both visually spectacular and acoustically excellent and has been inspired by traditional European designs.

A focus on role modelling is at the heart of the AGC philosophy with many of our littlies dreaming of one day becoming a Performing chorister. We would like to invite all junior choristers to a special ‘Meet and Greet’ opportunity with the performers after the show, where choristers will have the opportunity to ask questions and find out what it’s like to be a big girl in the Performing Choir!

Australian Girls Choir in Concert
The Concourse Concert Hall
409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood
on Saturday August 31 at 5.00pm


Adults: $50                   Children: $38                   Concession: $38
Children are aged up to 18 years; only children under 2 years may sit on a parent’s lap. Valid concessions are pensioner, full‑time student or health care card holders (seniors card not accepted).
A Transaction Fee between $6.25 and $8.35 applies to orders made online and by phone; all other ticketing fees are included in the ticket price. Tickets are non-refundable.

Purchase Tickets
Tickets on sale from Monday July 1 at 10am.
The event can be viewed on the website in early June
Online – www.theconcourse.com.au. To view events, visit the What’s On section.
By phone – The Concourse: 8075 8111 or Ticketek: 132 849. Open Monday to Friday 9am – 6pm and two hours prior to performances on weekends
In Person – Ground level foyer of the Centre. Open Monday – Friday 9am – 6pm and two hours prior to performances on weekends