Open to disabled and non-disabled singers of any age, Tutti Choir is renowned for its uplifting performances.
Founded by Tutti Artistic Director Pat Rix in 1997, Tutti Choir is currently led by resident conductor Laura Ellis and assisted by Brenton Shaw.
The Tutti Choir regularly performs in Adelaide, around South Australia and interstate. Some members have also performed in Vancouver and Minneapolis, and mentored other inclusive choirs. In recent years Tutti Choir has performed some very challenging repertoire at a high level.
Repertoire includes original choral music created with Pat Rix, traditional and contemporary classical music, gospel, jazz, rock and pop.
Available for conference openings, official functions, large-scale concerts, and festivals, Tutti Choir is renowned for its professionalism and commitment, and its ability to leave audiences stimulated, uplifted and spiritually re-invigorated.
To book a performance or for further information, please call Tutti on 08 8422 6511 or email: email@example.com
Six Swans is a melodic twist on a classic fairy tale adapted by Jehane Markham. The Australian Premiere of the Grimm Brothers’ fairy tale Six Swans, the opera is a collaboration between Tutti Arts and the next generation of theatre makers; students from UniSA’s Performing and Media Arts program.
The Magic Flute
The Magic Flute aka ‘The Circus of the Sevenfold Seal of the Sun’.
An OPERATU production between Tutti Inc and State Opera of South Australia in collaboration with Cirkidz and Various People Inc.
The Shouting Fence
Written by Richard Chew and Orlando Gough, this work was first presented at the South Bank in London in 1998 and has since been performed many times throughout the UK and the Netherlands.
Northern Lights Southern Cross
Northern Lights Southern Cross was a Tutti – Interact collaboration bringing Aboriginal, Native American and Disabled Artists from two hemispheres together to explore personal, racial and environmental trauma. NLSC won the 2007 OscART Award for Best New Music-Theatre/Opera and had its American Premiere at the Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis in November 2009.