Australian Rosny Childrens Choir

The Australian Rosny Children's Choir, now in its 28th year, has toured extensively within Australia, performing in all the major concert venues, and appearing with the Sydney, Melbourne, South Australian and Tasmanian Symphony Orchestras.

The Australian Rosny Children's Choir, now in its 28th year, has toured extensively within Australia, performing in all the major concert venues, and appearing with the Sydney, Melbourne, South Australian and Tasmanian Symphony Orchestras, earning high praise from such eminent conductors as Prof. Henry Krips, Patrick Thomas, Georg Tintner, Gerald Krug, Vanco Cavdarski, Jose Serebrier, Richard Divall, Thomas Meyer, George Dreyfus and Leonard Dommett. The choir was the first from the Southern Hemisphere to take part in the International Eisteddfod at Llangollen Wales, in 1971, and after receiving international acclaim for its performances there, it was selected by the Australian Government to represent it in the first cultural exchange with the People's Republic of China in 1975. The Choir has also performed in Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, New Zealand and Japan. It is constantly in demand to perform at conventions, recitals, cruise ship dockside welcomes and on board performances, church services, charity concerts and television appearances. Australian music plays an important role in the repertoire of the Choir, and it has commissioned and performed several new works. There is an Island is the second cantata by Don Kay recorded by the Choir. The first The Songs of Come and Gone, was featured on an earlier Move release The Sound of Rosny.

Australian Rosny Childrens Choir is featured on the following titles

There is an Island

Performer

Australian history in a tuneful, dramatic cantata by Don Kay, depicting the short history of the demise of the full-blood Tasmanian Aboriginal race and the early convict days. Includes The Song of the Maypole.