Sydney Sonata Singers in concert to celebrate tenth anniversary

Sydney Sonata Singers in concert to celebrate tenth anniversary

Sydney’s favourite Filipino-Australian choir, the Sydney Sonata Singers, have organised a concert to celebrate ten years since they began singing traditional kundiman songs in Blacktown. The group is made up of elderly expatriates and have become a regular fixture in western Sydney entertainment and public shows.

The success of the group has relied on the friendships and unity among the singers and this is reflected throughout the group’s performances. The Sydney Sonata Singers were founded by choirmaster Loy Tagudin, who will also be leading the two-hour concert.

Although this is their fourth concert, the performances for the group will be different to mark the anniversary, with the singers rendering both English and Filipino songs to demonstrate their desire for integration and unification of cultures in Australia.

Everyone is welcome to attend the event at Bowman Hall, 35 Campbell St., Blacktown 2:00-4:00pm on Sunday, 13th May 2018, with tickets priced at $20. To purchase tickets, contact Viring Atienza on 0415 697 822 or Tez Hermoso on 0451 314 034.

Anisha Mistry

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