Christmas at the Glasshouse
Glasshouse, Port Macquarie
Sunday, 20th December 2009
The only performance of Hastings Choristers’ Christmas at the Glasshouse took place at 2.00 pm on Sunday 20 December and was a celebration of the festive season paying homage to its spirituality, togetherness, sharing, caring and reconnection with family and friends.  The entertainment was diverse: an extravaganza of song and dance -- from Classical ballet, cabaret, oratorio, swing, pop -- to traditional carols, music theatre and more.

There were solo performances by 'Road to Tamworth' award winner Aleyce Simmonds (pictured left), baritone Ian Castle and soprano Nina Mestric; while young singers Rose Wallin and Josh Salter performed classical Christmas favourites. 
Local dance schools, ExtremeDynasty and La Vive Classique presented a wide range of dance styles to delight and surprise.
The beguiling Bel Canto children’s choir and Staccato boys' choir provided joyful, angelic sounds.
Accomplished trumpeter Jason Heise, solo clarinettist Carol Irving and a wonderful saxophone quartet enlivened the Christmas mood!
Cantorus presented seasonal classics and was complemented by the beautiful harmony of Cantabile.

Hastings Choristers welcomes all those who wish to sing at a performance level whether experienced or accomplished.

As a mixed voice SATB choir (Soprano/Alto/Tenor/Bass) there is a place for all voices in CANTORUS. All singers, especially men, are warmly and enthusiastically welcomed to pursue their love of singing at our weekly rehearsals held at MacKillop Senior College Hall, Ocean Drive, Port Macquarie.