- 1976 (Creation)
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St Stithians Singers was founded by Walter Macfarlane, Hugh Huggett and the Director of Music, Anthony Lomberg. The choir consisted of parents and staff and eventually grew to 120 members. It later became the Johannesburg Singers.
During its extant years, the choirs put on many successful performances ranging from Gilbert and Sullivan operettas to major choral works such as Elijah and The Messiah.
Items accumulated during the period when Clegg was on the staff of the College. They were donated to the College by his daughter, Mrs Anne Bredenkamp in c.2018
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Digitised in 2020.
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1976 BC St Stithians Singers Gondoliers programme: cover. The operetta was performed in Mears Hall in October, 1976. Funds from the performance were contributed to the building of the Music Block.
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