Remembrance Day 2019
This program will include a Canteen Lunch immediately following the ceremony at the Cenotaph (led by the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake) with the musical performance to follow.
ChoralFest: Avanti Chamber Singers
DateNovember 19 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Tickets Starting At$25.00 +
Niagara’s Avanti Chamber Singers under the direction of Dr. Rachel Rensink-Hoff, Assistant Professor of Music at Brock University, consistently deliver intimate, high quality choral performances. Under the umbrella of Brock University’s Viva Voce Choral Series, this community-based chamber choir performs mainstream choral music, both accompanied and a cappella. They feature the works of Canadian and Niagara-based composers in a wide array of old and new musical styles, from short compositions to extended choral works.
ChoralFest: Sing-Along Messiah
DateNovember 23 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Tickets Starting At$55.00 +
Dust off your vocal cords and get ready to raise your voice to the rafters! The Messiah Chorus, led by conductor Mervin Fick, will be joined by the Orchestra of St. Mark’s to bring to life a glorious rendition of Sing-Along Messiah. Messiah transcends boundaries with its message of charity, peace, goodwill and sacrifice. It also contains some of the most uplifting, touching and magnificent music ever composed—ideal for a truly inspiring sing-along! This is sure to be a memorable evening!
ChoralFest: Volunge & Vesnivka
DateNovember 24 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Tickets Starting At$20.00 +
Two wonderful choirs in one great performance! Volunge, named after Lithuania’s beautiful “Golden Oriole”, is an award-winning Lithuanian choir led by conductor Dalia Viskontas with assistance by vocal coach and accompanist Danguole Radtke. Volunge will start off the afternoon with an eclectic Lithuanian program of secular and sacred songs and major works.
Following this is critically acclaimed Vesnivka, led by founding conductor and director Halyna Kyitka Kondracki. They are renowned for their musical excellence, quality of repertoire and high professional standards. Vesnivka will present a program sung entirely in Ukrainian: The program will consist of works by Oleksander Koshyts (who first brought the famous “Carol of the Bells” to North America), Ukrainian folk songs and works by Ukrainian-Canadian composers. They will finish the program on a lighter note with tangos and waltzes by Bohdan Vesolowsky.
ChoralFest: Laura Secord Concert Choir
DateNovember 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Tickets Starting At$20.00 +
This award-winning school choir promotes student talent and fosters extra-curricular involvement through high calibre musicals, choirs, orchestras and bands. Membership is open to all students and the choir includes a mix of athletes, artists, scholars and musicians joining together in song under the masterful direction of Ms. Katryna Sacco. The choir has toured North America and Europe and has worked with many professional musicians including Measha Brueggergosman, Kenny Rogers, Take6, Molly Johnson, Jackie Richardson and Joe Sealy.
ChoralFest: Hamilton Children’s Choir
DateNovember 25 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Tickets Starting At$30.00 +
Hamilton Children’s Choir is one of the leading children’s choral programs in the world. They dazzle audiences with a focused sound, brilliant repertoire and captivating stage presence. Jasmin Lin, a Music Niagara Performance Academy alumni, and Juillard student joins the choir onstage playing the great Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume “Messiah” violin awarded to her by the Canada Council Instrument Bank for 3 years. The Celaya Conservatory Children’s Choir will also make a guest appearance in this concert.
A Swingin’ Christmas: The Toronto All-Star Big Band
DateDecember 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Tickets Starting At$55 +
Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year Big Band Style with swinging renditions of seasonal as well as all-time favourites from the Golden Age of Swing. This vibrant, young band revives the spirit, style, and sound of the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s, capturing the warmth, joy, and magic of the holiday season.