Our 2021 season will be different to our normal seasons. We have a year of wonderful concerts planned but given the changing restrictions with Covid-19 we will not launch a full year of concerts but announce quarter by quarter. Stay tuned for further updates.



Now, more than ever, the healing power of music – and of music experienced in community – is what we all need.
So for our first concert of 2021 we’ve turned to the music from the Baltic region, with a concert featuring Arvo Pärt’s luminous Berliner Messe (Berlin Mass).

Saturday 13th March, 2pm & 5pm
St Andrew’s Cathedral

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Bach’s transcendent music takes centre stage when the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs perform at The Concourse, Chatswood for his dramatic telling of the Easter story in the St John Passion. And embedded in the narrative are two specially commissioned works, providing musical and philosophical reflections for the modern era.

Saturday 3rd April, 1pm
The Concourse, Chatswood

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Symphony Chorus fills the Sydney Town Hall with Carl Orff’s kaleidoscopic Carmina Burana – one of the most thrilling choral works of modern times. From the opening roar of O Fortuna! it’s a wild musical ride for your senses. We’ll also perform Peter Sculthorpe’s Sun Music for voices and percussion and John Peterson’s The earth that fire touches – evocative soundscapes as diverse as the Australian experience and landscape that inspired them.

Saturday 22nd May, 3pm
Sydney Town Hall

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This July we’re filling the Sydney Town Hall with the breathtaking sound of 200 voices as the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs gather to belatedly celebrate 100 years of singing. This concert shares the story of Sydney, the diversity of our culture, and the rich musical heritage that has been bringing us together since 1920.

Saturday 24th July, 3pm 
Sydney Town Hall

Tickets for this performance will go on sale on Monday 14th June


Sydney Philharmonia’s 400-voice Festival Chorus fill the Sydney Town Hall with the exhilarating sounds of Mendelssohn’s choral masterpiece Elijah – a grand oratorio in the tradition of Handel. Starring Teddy Tahu Rhodes as the Old Testament prophet.

Saturday 11th September, 3pm
Sydney Town Hall

Tickets for this performance will go on sale on Monday 2nd August


Experience the awe-inspiring beauty and terror of Verdi’s Requiem in a mighty performance with the 700-voice strong ChoruzOz, some of Australia’s leading soloists and a full symphony orchestra – all in the magnificent space of the Sydney Town Hall.

Sunday 3rd October, 5pm
Sydney Town Hall

Tickets for this performance will go on sale on Monday 23rd August


The Chamber Singers return to the Utzon Room to perform the works of Tarik O’Regan, James MacMillan, Ola Gjeilo, Arvo Part, Eric Whitacre and the late John Taverner with a string quartet and piano in a concert that highlights the awesome power of the human voice.

Saturday 23rd October, 7pm
Sunday 24th October, 2pm
Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House

Tickets for this performance will go on sale on Monday 11th October