Canberra Brass – Windows of the World

Special guests Canberra Chordsmen
St Mary McKillop College Canberra
Mc Kinnon Crescent Wanniassa
Friday 18 June 2021 at 7.30pm

In this time when overseas travel is not possible, Canberra Brass invites you to journey with the band and experience music from around the world. The concert will also feature special guests, Canberra à cappella chorus, the Canberra Chordsmen.

Veronica Boulton from Canberra Brass talks about the concert

The concert’s signature piece, Windows of the World, by renowned brass composer, Peter Graham, will be recorded and will form the Band’s entry into this year’s Australian National Eisteddfod.

About the Canberra Chordsmen

The Barbershop Harmony Club of Canberra Inc. was started in October 1987 by a group of enthusiasts – men and women – who wanted to sing songs in the “old style” in four-part harmony.

In 1990 the Australian Association of Men Barbershop Singers Inc (AAMBS) announced that the first National Australian convention (for men) would be held on the Gold Coast the following year.

This led the organisation, early in 1991, to split into two single-sex choruses. The women formed Brindabella Chorus, which is now fully chartered with Sweet Adelines, and the men continued under the BHCC name, forming The Canberra Chordsmen, which is now their main performing chorus.

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