The grand achievement of 2020

On a number of occasions last year, long term blog followers read (for example read here) about Chorus Master June Tyzack leading the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra chorus out of the restricting mental and sometimes physical spaces associated with the Covid virus pandemic. Now, after weeks of exchanges associated with copyright clearances and much more, I am delighted that access has finally been given to us all, to see and hear members of the Chorus singing. The music is sensationally emotional and the singing rich and powerful, the more so because we see some of the most wonderful landscapes which Tasmania has to offer. Please enjoy this video – and turn up the volume until you cry with the beauty of it all. Then share it with friends.

I am immensely proud of my sister and all the chorus members.  Thank you.

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10 Responses to The grand achievement of 2020

  1. Marg Lavery says:

    Just spectacular Helen, extremely moving and beautiful. Please pass on my congratulations to June and all involved. So very glad you were able to share. I have shared it on my facebook page for friends to enjoy also. Best wishes. Marg


  2. I shared this on FB as I found it truly wonderful.


  3. Margaret Bain says:

    Fabulous! Thanks


  4. wilfredbooks says:

    Shared on my Facebook profile 😀 Cheers, Jon.


  5. Mary Joanna McArthur says:

    Helen I have also watched and shared this beautiful performance amongst my friends near and far. As you know, I was one of the singers involved and I would like to add both congratulations and my gratitude to your sister June Tyzack for being inspirational in initiating the TSO Chorus ‘Sunrise Project’. An experience I shall treasure for the rest of my life! Thank you for including it in your tasmaniandiscoveries blog.


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