Duruflé and Vierne: Toronto Mendelssohn Choir presents a Good Friday concert of magnificent music for chorus and organ

The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir returns to the beautiful setting of St. Paul’s Basilica for its annual Good Friday concert, Sacred Music for a Sacred Space. St. Paul’s will be filled with the glorious sound of organ and choir in this concert of works by two renowned 20 th century French organists, Maurice Duruflé and Louis Vierne. Organist Michael Bloss will join the TMC for this performance.
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Toronto Mendelssohn Choir performs Bach’s monumental B Minor Mass

Noel Edison and the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir bring together five noted soloists and the Festival Orchestra to perform Bach’s ‘musical testament,’ his great Mass in B minor, in the beautiful acoustics of Koerner Hall. Noel Edison’s skill at bringing choral and orchestral forces together along with the TMC’s clarity of expression are a great match for Bach’s monumental work.
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TMC Choral Conductors’ Symposium wraps up with free concert

When voices can sound as good as they do with the Elora Festival Singers and the Mendelssohn Singers, it's easy to see why people believe in God. On Feb. 1, 2014, the two choirs sang a programme of 19 songs led by seven different conductors: EFS/Toronto Mendelssohn Choir Artistic Director Noel Edison and Associate Conductor Caron Daley, and five student conductors taking part in the fourth annual Choral Conductors’ Symposium (Renata Dworak, Jeffrey Moellman, Sarah Morrison, Raymund Ocampo, and Zachary Thompson.) The most appropriate word to describe the result was glorious.
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