We love to tackle the music of the Renaissance. That tradition continues at A Luminous New Year's Eve when we perform Jean Mouton's motet Nesciens Mater Virgo virum.
As we count down to A Luminous New Year's Eve (click HERE for tickets), we introduce you to some of the composers whose works we will perform. Two songs on our program were written by none other than Bob Chilcott, which will surely warm up your evening with beautiful music!
Our founding artistic director says Sunday's concert could be titled, “Some of my favourite choral music”. How does Tim Shantz explain the thought process behind choosing the four works we will perform at the Bella Concert Hall to officially kick off our fifth-anniversary season? #yycmusic #yycarts #yycchoral #fifthanniversaryseason
What makes Frank Martin's unaccompanied Mass for Double Choir so popular that we consider it a 'staple of contemporary choral repertoire'? Three conductors of Alberta-based, award-winning choirs weigh in.
Care to be enlightened on another of the works we are preparing to open our fifth anniversary season? Read our article on the sacred Brahms motet "Warum ist das Licht gegeben dem Mühseligen" from his Opus 74.