Choir of Trinity College Cambridge – Live broadcast on 2MBS FM

A full house greeted The Choir of Trinity College with rapturous applause last night. The Choir evidently bounced back from their early morning travels as only the young can.

Today the Choir returns to Sydney where they have been invited to lunch on the 61st floor of Mallesons Stephen Jaques Law Firm, apparently one of the best views in Sydney! It just goes to show that it pays to keep in touch as the invitation came through an old friend of Stephen Layton.

The Choir’s busy schedule continues this weekend, although they do have the afternoon off today. Tomorrow sees the Choir’s second Sydney performance, which is bound to be a special event. Not only is the concert sold-out, with some standing-room tickets remaining, but the event will be a live broadcast on 2MBS FM, the first live broadcast on 2MBS in a number of years. Tune in if you’re in Sydney!

In an interesting turn of events, one Chorister with the Choir of Trinity College is actually an Australian student studying in Cambridge. His family has offered to host the whole Choir at a BBQ at their house after the concert tomorrow. Let’s hope the family knows what it’s in for!

On Sunday the Choir is off to Melbourne where they will perform in Musica Viva’s Melbourne Gala at Trinity College, Melbourne University. Thank goodness the Choir has a rest day on Monday!

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