City Recital Hall has announced its 2019 season with a flash mob choir converging on Martin Place today, singing 80s pop anthem Dancing in the Street, conducted by Guy Noble and joined by the Nexas Saxophone Quartet and percussionist Jess Ciampa. City Recital Hall’s 2019 program, celebrating the venue’s 20th anniversary year, will see renowned British choir The Sixteen come to Sydney, as well as guitar trio Muthspiel Grigoryan Towner (MGT), who kick the year off in February.

“2019 is our third year of programming, and we are building on what we’ve learnt works really well at City Recital Hall,” City Recital Hall CEO Elaine Chia told Limelight. “Top of mind is what sounds great at this venue; with the best acoustics in Sydney, it’s a pretty good basis to start from.”

“Collaboration is a key component of our programming, and we are thrilled to be co-presenting concerts with a number of new partners in 2019, including Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and Bluesfest Touring,” she said. “We are keen also...

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