The Choir’s 2019 concert tour headed west to the festival state. Known for Lake Eyre, the Adelaide Crows and Sir Donald Bradman, South Australia is also a fine tour destination for the NBCA Performing Choir. The tour group visited Adelaide, Tanunda, Victor Harbour and Bordertown. Some highlights included performing at Tanunda with the stunning 1877 Hill & Son Grand Organ; an impromptu sing in the 1856 Adelaide railway station; and, in particular, the pop-up performances at the beautiful Art Gallery of South Australia. Of course, standing ovations are always a wonderful way to finish a concert, and the boys received a few of these. A side-trip to Glenelg and the Coorong as the group headed home via Bordertown was a welcome break to run around and relax.

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The National Boys Choir of Australia acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, the traditional custodians of the land on which we rehearse and work. We pay respect to their elders past, present and emerging.


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