Bel a cappella raised a toast to 2020 and its 25th birthday with a ‘Bel’issimo programme of music in store

December 1, 2019, “A Boy Was Born”.  What better way to ring in the festive season than with a bit of Britten? Last Sunday I was fortunate enough to sing in the final concert of Bel a cappella’s 2019 program,…

 
Bel a cappella’s 2019 Come & Sing Project was a super day of singing and camaraderie

It was with a light heart and high expectations that I boarded the Saturday morning ferry towards Cockatoo Island for the 2019 Bel a cappella Come and Sing Project. My expectations were high because this was the second such project…

 
Bel a cappella’s superbly sung concert beautifully balanced abstract with descriptive works

Entering the beautiful Cardinal Cerretti Memorial Chapel in the heights above Manly suitably prepared me for an afternoon of soaring voices and close harmonies from Bel a cappella. They began with their backs to the audience, singing John Cage’s ear…

 
Bel a Consort: A Prelude in Tea

The newly formed Bel a Consort is a group of consort singers from within Bel a cappella and their Artistic Director Anthony Pasquill.

 
Bel a cappella: Salve Regina

Join Bel a cappella and Musical Director Anthony Pasquill for the second concert of their 2018 season Salve Regina.

 
Bel a capella: To the Hands

The ensemble will also be giving the Australian Premiere of To the Hands by the Pulitzer prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw

 
Bel a cappella | Friede auf Erden

Join Bel a cappella and Musical Director Anthony Pasquill for their final concert for 2017, Friede auf Erden (Peace on Earth).

 
Bel a Cappella and The Australian Baroque Brass: Motetten

Tickets: Adult $45 | Senior/Pensioner $35 | U18 $20 Musical Director Anthony Pasquill and Bel a cappella are quickly gaining a reputation for their passion for choral music, old and new, and for bringing new works to Sydney audiences. Once…

 
A Baltic Musical Cruise with Bel a cappella

There is something special about an a capella group that sings religiously-inspired music in a church with a generous acoustic, without too much reverberation. Thus it was at the Paddington Uniting Church on Friday 9 August. This group of experienced…

 
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