Bel Canto Singers Showcase Local Talent in Elegant Choral Concert

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Written By Janine Mergler

Bel Canto Singers, a small amateur vocal group, is making waves on the Peninsula with their unique blend of classical and contemporary classical music. 

Starting with just five singers in December 2021, the group has now grown to eight members and is set to host their first independent concert this month at The Loft Gallery and Coffee House.

Founded by choral conductor Chloe Seungeun Han, the Bel Canto Singers have performed at the Moreton Bay Anywhere Festival, the Redcliffe Museum and the Bribie Island Seaside Museum. Last year, they dazzled audiences with Christmas carol concerts across retirement villages.

Their upcoming concert, Time Passes…Love Remains, explores the theme of love throughout time and space. Audience members can expect to hear a capella performances of Ola Gjeilo’s Ubi Caritas and Eriks Esenvalds’ Stars, as well as classical pieces like Eric Whitacre’s Five Hebrew Love Songs, accompanied by pianist Rose Lane and violinist Jacqueline Webber. 

Chloe said the group was open to recruiting more singers, including more male voices. 

“I am focused on nurturing our sound to produce increasingly more exquisite harmonies and we are excited to introduce a variety of musical genres to wider audiences,” Chloe said. 

Tickets are $30 for adults and include a glass of sparkling wine or juice and antipasto on arrival. Children under 12 are free. 

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Bel Canto Singers presents Time Passes…Love Remains

  • Saturday, 20 July, 4.30pm for 5pm start
  • The Loft Gallery and Coffee House
  • 136 Sutton Street, Redcliffe.

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