Melbourne University Choral Society

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Founded in 1939 when the university's men's and women's glee clubs merged, the Melbourne University Choral Society (MUCS) has established a reputation as one of Melbourne's leading large choirs, and has brought an exciting blend of youthful energy and musical skill to many works throughout more than six decades of existence.

MUCS usually gives at least 3 major performances a year, complemented by a number of smaller additional concerts or appearances. Performances are either fully produced by MUCS, usually featuring professional soloists and orchestras; or joint performances with other engaging bodies, such as the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic, The Melbourne Symphony, Independent Classics, the University of Melbourne, Victorian College of the Arts Symphony Orchestra, Australian Classical Players, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, RMIT's & Monash University's Choral Societies. Some of these performances have subsequently been broadcast on Melbourne's classical radio station, 3MBS-FM. Members of MUCS have also participated in other performances including AFL grand-finals, the Melbourne Comedy Festival, The Last Night of the Proms with The Royal Philharmonic Choir at the Melbourne Town Hall and various charity performances. Other projects to have involved the choir include numerous recordings for film and television. In 2001 MUCS was engaged to sing the Age Family Concerts for the Melbourne Symphony at the Melbourne Concert Hall.

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