It’s practise, practise, practise (6 September)
Remember our May concert? Well, we’re getting ready for another blockbuster.
What: Aya Ngena’(Together We are Strong) lunchtime concert with our friends The Gospel Folk and Mike Dooley on piano
When: Wednesday 26 September
Where: Wesley Uniting Church, Forrest
Entry: $10 ( includes program and refreshments) or Donation
Of course our gendarmes are practising their big finish…
We have a companion choir in Sydney called Good Life Chorus. Bronwyn Hendy has a heart as big as Brian’s. They have performed recently during Seniors’ Week.
You can check them out at their website at this link: Good Life Chorus
Congratulations to our conductor, Brian Triglone, who was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List on 11 June 2018 for service to choral music in the Australian Capital Territory. Brian’s story is at this link: Brian Triglone BIO
The first of many to come. Full house and a standing ovation…
At our regular Thursday gathering on 10 May, Keith Potger delighted us once again with old and new tunes, lyrics and anecdotes.
Alchemy members ( and several visitors) thoroughly enjoyed the trip down memory lane.
Alchemy Chorus was featured on page 5 of The Chronicle newspaper on Tuesday 8 May. If you missed it – here it is:
This concept has been so popular and rewarding that we plan to go national.
We can guarantee that it will be one of the most satisfying experiences you’ll ever have. And it’s not as difficult as you might think. In any case, we’ll provide a guidance kit to help you get started. If you think you’d like to share the fun and rewards by starting an Alchemy Chorus in your area, contact our conductor and founder, Brian Triglone (see Contact page) to discuss it or email us for a summary of just what’s involved.
We’d love to hear from you.