FAURE REQUIEM – A Gift To The City

Sunday December 6th 2020, 2-3pm

The Aldersgate Centre, 309 Durham Street North, Christchurch CBD, 8013. Entrance is free to the public. Koha suggested at the door.

After several postponements due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Atlas Voices is thrilled to finally present the Canterbury Secondary Students Honour Choir, formed by many of the region’s top secondary school singers as nominated by their schools. Performing Faure’s beautiful and emotional Requiem, accompanied by Maestro John Linker on organ. This concert is being offered to the community with entry by koha (cash donation only). 


COVID-19 Update – 20 November 2020

Dear patrons, 

It is with great pleasure that we can now present the Faure Requiem featuring the Canterbury Secondary Schools Honour Choir and Atlas Voices. Due to the many postponements we have all suffered through this year, we have decided to present this concert with Maestro John Linker at the organ and to make this concert free to the public. We hope you can support us with a koha donation but mostly we’d love to sing this great work for you. 


Atlas Voices began in 2011 as a collection of Christchurch’s best vocal talent dedicated to presenting exciting vocal music performances to audiences in Canterbury. The ensemble continues to sell-out their shows and receives regular standing ovations while they continue to push the boundaries and expectations of choral and vocal music  Our dedication to cutting-edge works and productions continues in 2021 with Considering Matthew Shepard in April. We also continue our successful collaboration with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra as the core contracted choir for the amazing Symphonic Chorus.

Ravil Atlas

The founder and artistic Director of Atlas Voices is Ravil Atlas. he is currently the chorus master for the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra Chorus and the New Zealand Opera in Christchurch. 


AMAHL (Dress Rehearsal – photos by Clinton Lloyd, with thanks to The Piano)

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