The Corinthian Singers of Adelaide The Corinthian Singers of Adelaide
The Corinthian Singers of Adelaide is an auditioned chamber choir. The group was formed in 1963 by the Organist and Music scholar James Govenlock. who was organist at St Francis Xavier Cathedral and a tutor, lecturer and great mentor at Adelaide University. The Corinthian Singers perform a range of musical styles with members who are from different musical backgrounds but share a common love of choral music. The choir often perform a cappella, but also with associate artists.The choir has performed with the ASO, Michael Crawford, toured overseas in Malaysia and has made recordings with the ABC, with the Band of the South Australian Police and for movie soundtracks. The choir has performed specially commissioned works. The Corinthian Singers are available for engagements, having previously sung at events at the Art Gallery of SA, for the City of Adelaide, carol singing for the Hut Street Precinct and at functions such as weddings.