TMC brings the Grammy-nominated Elora Singers to Toronto for an intimate concert experience.
Enjoy a varied program of works by J.S. Bach and Timothy Corlis with a second half of lively Canadian folksongs. The Elora Singers, Noel’s acclaimed professional chamber choir, head to the Martimes on tour later in October. Help send them on their way.
Corlis: To See the Cherry Hung with Snow
Bach: Komm Jesu Komm
Nystedt: Immortal Bach
Bach: Cum Sancto Spiritu from Mass in B Minor
The Maggie Hunter – Traditional (arr. Ruth Watson Henderson)
Poor Little Girls from Ontario – Alan Mills (arr. Ruth Watson Henderson)
Old Lady Rose – Dave Baker (arr. Larry Nickel)
Pussy Willows, Cat Tails – Gordon Lightfoot (arr. Larry Nickel)
Fogarty’s Cove – Stan Rogers (TTBB arr. Ron Smail)
She’s Called Nova Scotia – Rita MacNeil, arr. Stuart Calvert
Si J’avais le Bateau – Harry Somers
Feller from Fortune – Harry Somers
We Rise Again – Leo Dubinsky (arr. Lydia Adams)
Concert program is subject to change without notice.
The Elora Singers have recorded extensively on the Naxos label, including I Saw Eternity, nominated for a Juno Award in 2013.
Check the video and audio tabs to hear them.
“This 24-voice choir, led by founder/director Noel Edison, is not only one of Canada’s, but one of the world’s finest professional choral ensembles.”
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