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The sounds of Christmas are coming to the city

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November 27, 2017

Shoppers, visitors, residents and workers can soak up the spirit of the festive season as the sounds of Christmas fill the air across Sydney.

Traditional Christmas carollers, including the Jingle Belles Singers, The Cleftomaniacs, Soulfood and Endeavour Harmony Chorus, will entertain passersby with favourite holiday tunes in Pitt Street Mall every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday night from 25 November.

In Martin Place, choirs including the Australian Girls’ Choir, Sydney Philharmonia Choir, Circular Keys and the Salvation Army Band and Choir, will perform under the branches of the interactive Christmas tree every evening from 26 November until Christmas Eve.

Sydneysiders can also enjoy a night of carol singing, festive music and readings at the annual Christmas at Sydney Town Hall Concert on Tuesday 19 December. The magnificent grand organ and stunning sandstone surroundings make this very festive affair a memorable night for the whole family.

The City’s 2017 charity partner’s choir, Variety – The Children’s Charity Choir, will also perform as part of the ‘Choirs in the City’ program. The lively, fun group of Aussie celebrities and kids, led by The Voice alumni Darren Percival, will perform in Pitt Street Mall on 14 December and Martin Place on 20 December.

“There’s nothing quite like Christmas in the city. We’re going to get everyone into the Christmas spirit with our ‘Choirs in the City’ program, making Sydney as festive and fun as possible,” Lord Mayor Clover Moore said.

“The sound of carollers and choirs will ring through Pitt Street Mall and Martin Place, creating an exciting, festive atmosphere in Sydney’s main retail precincts.”

City of Sydney Christmas launch, Martin Place, Sydney, 22nd November 2017. Photo by Damian Shaw / City of Sydney

Pitt Street Mall program – from 6pm:

Leichhardt Espresso Chorus – 25 November
The Cleftomaniacs – 30 November
Northern Beaches Chorus – 30 November
United Nesian Movement – 2 December
Australian Girls’ Choir – 3 December
Soulfood – 7 December
Sydney Gay & Lesbian Choir – 7 December
Australian Girls’ Choir – 9 December
Circular Keys Chorus – 10 December
Variety – The Children’s Charity Choir – 14 December
Australian Girls’ Choir – 14 December
Endeavour Harmony Chorus – 16 December
Jingle Belles Singers – 17 December
Sydney Gay & Lesbian Choir – 21 December
Northern Beaches Chorus – 21 December

Sydney Christmas 2013 choir singing in Pitt Street Mall, Sydney CBD, 19th December 2013. Picture by DAMIAN SHAW.com

Martin Place program – from 6pm on weekdays and 7pm on weekends:

Circular Keys – 26 November
NuSom – 27 November
Sydney Sings (With One Voice) – 28 November
Australian Girls’ Choir – 29 November
Erskineville Public School – 30 November
SISTA! Quartet – 1 December
United Nesian Movement – 2 December
Australian Girls’ Choir – 3 December
Jingle Belles Singers – 4 December
Bondi Sings – 5 December
Endeavour Harmony Chorus – 6 December
Campbelltown District Marching Band – 7 December
NuSom – 8 December
Australian Girls’ Choir – 9 December
Circular Keys – 10 December
Jingle Belles Singers – 11 December
Honeybees – 12 December
Endeavour Harmony Chorus – 13 December
Darlington Public School – 14 December
Circular Keys – 14 December
Circular Keys – 15 December
Endeavour Harmony Chorus – 16 December
Jingle Belles Singers – 17 December
Sydney Philharmonia Choir – 18 December
Sydney Philharmonia Choir – 19 December
Variety – The Children’s Charity Choir – 20 December
Sydney Philharmonia Choir – 21 December
The Salvation Army Band and Choir – 22 to 24 December.

For all dates and details, visit sydneychristmas.com.au

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