Choir Director: Phillip Linquist
Organist: Peter Hamilton
Organ Scholar: Katie Choi
The choir supports and enhances regular worship on each Sunday at the traditional 9am morning service . We also sing a traditional Evensong four times each year; we contribute to funerals, memorial services and weddings when required.
We welcome anyone who would like to join us. There are no auditions; we ask only for a love of sacred music and a duty of commitment. Contact the Director Phillip if you would like to sing with us: email@example.com
We sing sacred music covering many genres; from the middle ages to the present day. Our organist, Peter Hamilton, is also a composer and regularly writes new pieces for us.
The choir has been in continual operation in the parish since 1914.
We sang services in Winchester Cathedral for a week in August 2001 to celebrate the Pymble parish’s centenary and have returned to England and Ireland regularly since then to sing services in five more cathedrals during their long summer holidays.
The choir has been a member of the Royal School of Church Music NSW Branch since its inception in 1955.
SUNDAY 9.00 AM TRADITIONAL SERVICE MUSIC PROGRAM 2022
Swiz Choir Provisional Dates for the remainder of 2022
Saturday 29 October at 7pm - Swiz Foundation Concert featuring Benjamin Britten’s Ceremony of Carols
Saturday 26 November at 5pm - either an Advent Evensong or an Advent Hymns and Carols afternoon
Saturday 26 November - Wedding (tbc)
Friday 16 December - Carols at Bannockburn Oval (tbc)
Sunday 18 December at 9am - Service of Lessons and Carols
Saturday 24 December at 10pm - Combined Christmas Eve service
Sunday 25 December at 8am - Christmas Day Choral Communion
Salisbury Cathedral Services for the week 10 to 16 July
Hyfrydol: St Swithun's Choir monthly e-newsletter
Hyfrydol (meaning "cheerful") is a Welsh hymn tune that has been used as a setting for hymns such as: Love Divine, All Loves Excelling; Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus; I Will Sing the Wondrous Story.
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