Out & Loud Choral Festival
12:00pm 24th October 2019 - 4:00pm 28th October 2019
Venue Name: Various
Event Type: Festival
Booking Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Booking Phone Number: 0455 873 956
The Canberra Gay and Lesbian Qwire is delighted to be hosting the 2019 Out & Loud choral festival from 24-28 October. The festival, which has occurred every three years since 2001, celebrates pride in the LGBTQI+ community through music.
The festival is the only occasion when choirs from most Australian capital cities and Auckland meet to share the joy of singing, socialising, inspiring and learning from each other. This year, it is hoped that choirs from Fiji and East Timor will join the other seven choirs during the festivities for the first time after extensive fundraising efforts through Go Fund Me to cover their travel costs.
Out & Loud 2019 will comprise of performances at a number of significant venues such as the Museum of Australian Democracy, the National Portrait Gallery and the National Gallery of Australia across the four days. The final performance will unite all of the choirs and festival-goers at the ticketed Gala Concert at Llewellyn Hall on 27 October.
The Gala Concert will feature a world premiere performance of a new composition by the award-winning composer and musician Sally Whitwell, along with performances by all the participating choirs and a massed choral event.
Musical direction for the massed choir will be by Stephen Leek, one of Australia’s foremost choral musicians and conductors.
The Canberra Qwire, which celebrated its 25th anniversary last year welcomes all members of the public to celebrate the LGBTQI+ community during the festival by attending the iconic venue performances, Gala Concert and even the Party on Saturday night!
More information can be found at: https://www.outandloudcbr.org.au/
Canberra Qwire would love the opportunity to have the festival featured in media articles during the lead up to festival in order to ensure the community is celebrated and that the festival continues to get the recognition it deserves.