Buy Gloriana tickets

You can buy Gloriana tickets on this page using the “Buy tickets” button under On Sale Now. You can also pay by cheque, Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) or at the door on the day of the concert. Tickets purchased on this site will be emailed directly to you.

Pay by EFT: to pay by EFT, transfer funds to the account name Beautiful Noises Pty Ltd, BSB 013017 Account no. 270481692. Let us know when you’ve paid by emailing ticketing@gloriana.com.au or by phone on (03) 8319 0942.

Pay by cheque: To pay by cheque, please make cheques payable to Beautiful Noises Pty Ltd and post your cheque with a note stating your name and contact number to: 18 Yanigin Drive, Glen Waverley, 3150.

To avoid disappointment we suggest that you buy tickets online or ahead of time where possible.

All our concerts take place at Sacred Heart Church in Carlton. We offer $15.00 student and pensioner rush tickets at the door.


Spem on Alium: 18 June, 2.30pm 2017

Tallis’ mighty 40-part motet Spem in alium is a watershed moment in music history and the opportunity to hear forty individual voices surrounding the audience is a singularly thrilling experience.

Tallis’ masterpiece will be woven into an all-English program that includes Byrd’s Tribue Domine, Sven-David Sandström’s hair-raising completion of Purcell’s Hear My Prayer, O Lord and music by Harris, Howells, Britten, Jonathan Dove and others.

This concert will held at Sacred Heart Church in Carlton on Sunday, 18 June at 2.30pm.

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Gloriana Chamber Choir 2017 Season Ticket

Our season tickets are available for online purchase until Saturday, 17 June 2017. Our season tickets are $105–or four tickets for the price of three. Our season ticket gives you admission to the four concerts that make up our 2017 season.

Concert 1. The Little Match Girl Passion: 9 April 2.30pm 2017

The centrepiece of our first concert for 2017 is David Lang’s The Little Match Girl Passion, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Music in 2008.

Concert 2. Spem in Alium: 18 June 2.30pm 2017

Tallis’ mighty 40-part motet Spem in alium is a watershed moment in music history and the opportunity to hear forty individual voices surrounding the audience is a singularly thrilling experience.

Concert 3. Fauré Requiem: 24 September 2.30pm 2017

Fauré’s gentle, consoling Requiem caught the public’s imagination from its first performance in 1888.

Concert 4. Baltic Brilliance: 19 November 2.30pm 2017

This program brings together works by pre-eminent Baltic composers of our time. Uģis Prauliņš, in his Missa Rigensis reinvigorates the Ordinary of the Mass by bringing in folk music influences, improvisation and a unique approach to building choral textures.

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