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Article for 'Believe It or Not' Concert Series

Highlands Post

May 2014

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A Town Farewells A Good Mate

Highlands Post

Thursday April 4, 2013

Last Thursday afternoon Bundanoon closed down to take time to celebrate the life of their postmaster Hugh Vanderfield. The following is a reflection on his life provided by daughter Kirrily.

Rest In Peace

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of one of our Basses, Hugh Vanderfield.

Serendipity Rises to the Occasion
Oct 2011
Earlier this year, on behalf of Serendipity: the choir, Sandra Menteith submitted an application to Wingecarribee Shire Council's Community Assistance Scheme for a grant to help purchase risers for the choir.

Margaret Symonds 'Flights of Fancy' Review - in its entirety

May 2011

Let's Do It by Cole Porter opened the delightful program called Flights of Fancy at the Serendipity: the Choir concert on the afternoon of Saturday, May 14, at the Bowral Uniting Church Hall.

Bundy On Tap's 1st Anniversary

Many townsfolk of Bundanoon turned out to celebrate the 1st Anniversary of 'Bundy on Tap' - which celebrates Bundanoon being Australia's and possibly the world's first bottled-water free town.


Choir Makes Merry

'Highland Post' Article written by Margaret Symonds

December 2010

Glorious voices, jingling bells, a tambourine, a flute and a violin led the audience through centuries of music celebrating Christmas in Serendipity: the choir's 'Sing Noel' concert last Saturday at the Bowral Uniting Church Hall.

Next Performances

The next performance of Serendipity is a "Time Travel..." themed repertoire. More details soon!

But here are the important performance dates for your diary:

Friday 25 May, 2018 - 6.00pm - Bundanoon Memorial Hall

Saturday 26 May, 2018 - 3.00pm - Bundanoon Memorial Hall

Saturday 02 June, 2018 - 3.00pm - Bowral Uniting Church Hall

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Serendipity's Patron

Richard Gill OAM

Serendipity: the choir is delighted to have Richard Gill as its Patron.

Richard Gill OAM is a distinguished Australian conductor. He conducts choral, orchestral and operatic works, and has been involved in music training and education.

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Contact Information+61 (02) 4883 6515
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Location Soldiers' Memorial Hall
Railway Parade
Bundanoon NSW 2578

Choir Details Music Director: Kerith Fowles
Accompanist: Ann Clipsham
Webmaestro: Ian Perkins