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posted on December 26 2019
David Bednall: Requiem (Australian Premiere)

Join acclaimed chorale Lux et Veritas conducted by Jangoo Chapkhana for the Australian premiere of this remarkable contemporary British setting for voices, organ and solo viola. Trinity Uniting Church, Sunday 22 November 2020, 12.00 noon.
posted on December 26 2019
Trinity Thanksgiving 2020
An opportunity to give thanks to God’s light through joyous choral  music by Joubert, Harris, Sumsion, Baitstow Wesley and Haydn. Lux et Veritas conducted by Jangoo Chapkhana. Trinity Uniting Church, Sunday 16 August, 12.00 noon.
posted on October 10 2016
Grand Bazaar - A new album by the Jangoo Chapkhana Trio

The Jangoo Chapkhana Trio's new Eastern-inspired jazz album (with special guest Paul Millard on reeds) was launched at The Ellington in September 2016. Copies of this one-of-a-kind album now available from Urban Records (Leederville) or from the online sore of this website. If you only go to one jazz gig in 2016, make it this one!

 

posted on October 18 2015
Youtube recording of Jenkins Requiem performance

The 2015 Good Friday performance of Karl Jenkins' Requiem at Trinity Uniting Church has been beautifully captured, recorded and produced by Pro-Copy's Mark Whitehouse. Featuring Lux et Veritas & Camerata 1685 conducted by Jangoo Chapkhana, this performance was lauded as "a model of disciplined and meaningful artistry". Log on to www.youtube.com to enjoy this ourstanding interpretation.

posted on April 18 2015
Review of Karl Jenkins Requiem (Good Friday 2015)

"Presiding over events, Jangoo Chapkhana did wonders in taking his forces through this fascinating music, focussing on fine detail without for a moment losing sight of the overall sweep of the work.

This was a listening experience to cherish. Sung text and unwavering rhythmic underpinning were electrifying. I particularly liked the setting of NOW AS A SPRIT haiku, with frankly delightful singing in ensemble with gentle, delicate pinging and tinkling from the percussion section.

The choir was a model of disciplined and meaningful artistry."

Neville Cohn, The West Australian, 17 April, 2015