WELCOME!


We are the

Bundaberg Orpheus Singers, Queensland, Australia.

We love singing good music together for our own enjoyment and the enjoyment of others.
We welcome singers aged 18 to 80+.
We meet for practice on Monday evenings at 7.00 pm in the McNaught Hall of the Bundaberg Uniting Church, 24 Barolin Street, Bundaberg.
AND .......
We need more men!! Particularly tenors. Now is the time to come along and sing along. You know you want to.


Friday, 31 October 2014


Singing the key to teaching school children music, expert says


The expert is none other than Richard Gill.  

"Award-winning conductor Richard Gill is credited with being the driving force behind the National Music Teachers Mentorship Pilot Programme, announced today by the Federal Government."


Zoltan Kodaly had pioneered the teaching of music to children in a method based on awareness of the child's developmental sequence, back in the first half of the C20th.  But also with an emphasis on the voice - the musical instrument we all have. 

Thursday, 30 October 2014

Some great shots from the Mary Concerts.  
Thanks to Paul Beutel for these.

Here we all are.....The Magnificat ..with the Bundaberg Sinfonietta



We are grateful to the Members of the Hinkler Lions Club who managed the serving of pink afternoon tea.


Look at this - we are all looking at Alison. 



Clare, our President and  incomparable compere.


And pianist Wendy - none better


Mary's "handsome youth" went on his knees, to no avail. 



Bernadette Connolly, accompanied by Alison at the piano, planing the Bach-Gounod Ave Maria on her viola


Pink things on sale for the Cancer Council's Pink Ribbon Day


Looking Very Good !!!

Monday, 27 October 2014


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 And now, it is time for 

All About Christmas


The Singers, 
along with 
Poco savvi voce, 
Savvi voce, 
and the 
Bundaberg Municipal Band, 
and 
You, the Community Carol Singers,

will present this always-popular concert on

Sunday 7th December , 7.30pm
at
Holy Rosary Church, Cnr Barolin and Woongarra Streets.
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Sunday, 26 October 2014

Bundaberg Symphony Orchestra celebrates 25 years. 

Hearty Congratulations to Bundaberg Symphony Orchestra from Bundaberg Orpheus Singers. 

Today's Tea and Symphony concert to mark the Orchestra's Silver Jubilee was  enjoyed by a large and enthusiastic audience at Shalom's Performing Arts Precinct.  

Resident conductor Fred Coleman took the rostrum in the first half, and then, after tea and scones, we were treated to  guest appearances of former conductors, Gary Matherson, Rosalee Morris and, to great acclaim from all, the Orchestra's Founding Conductor, Heather McCabe O.A.M.  


Saturday, 25 October 2014

Today, at the Lighthouse Festival, Poco savvi voce sang their hearts out with big smiles on their faces, even though it was pretty hot there in the tent.   Robyn out the front, and the Legendary Lois at the keyboard.  It was a delight to watch, and the audience definitely thought so. Go PSV!!!!



Savvi voce also thrilled with their own very distinctive sound - they have a really classy vocal blend going.  




And...

Earlier in the day, Claudia and Liam sang the National Anthems of Australia and other Pacific Rim Nations at the Flag Raising Ceremony during the opening of the Lions' Convention in the Moncrieff Centre.  Even the Naval Cadets (who themselves carried the flags very professionally) congratulated them on a job well done.   

Monday, 20 October 2014

The second Mary concert at Shalom College was a knockout.  
The wonderful audience enjoyed every moment.  


Sister Mary Lyndall draws the raffle, assisted by Linda. 


Liam plays Mary Magdalen's song, 
I don't know how to love him







Our Director, Alison




Our Nuns, who tried to solve the problem of Maria - Sister Emma, Sister Alison, Sister Jenny and Sister Lyndall.


Two Little Lambs