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Concreamus Chamber Choir: What The Silence Offers
Concreamus Chamber Choir: What The Silence Offers

Concreamus Chamber Choir Presents: What The Silence Offers- Featuring Choral Works by Emerging Composers

December 10th, 2022 @Metropolitan United Church, Toronto

"Join Concreamus for an evening of newly composed choral music. Concreamus will present works by Katherine Petkovski, Sami Anguaya, Vivian Kwok, Nicholas Wanstall, Elizabeth Legierski, Michael Nunes, and Evan Hammell, and premieres of works by Emily Green, Kai Leung, Francesca Hauser, and Erik Kreem.

The program will focus on themes of grief, time, and hope, examining the ways in which we process pain and emotional distress. The composers will discuss their works and the context in which they were written. Many of the pieces will be available for purchase at the concert at a discounted price. Any purchases go directly towards supporting the composers and Concreamus' future projects."

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Exultate: Silence, Frost and Snow
Exultate: Silence, Frost and Snow

The Exultate Chamber Singers Present: Silence, Frost and Snow

December 16th, 2022 @Calvin Presbyterian Church 

"The powerful imagery of our iconic winters takes center stage in this all-Canadian concert. The program includes familiar songs by legendary songwriters Gordon Lightfoot and Gordie Sampson and a world premiere by Toronto composer Emily Green."

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Pax Christi: Paths to Hope
Pax Christi: Paths to Hope

Pax Christi Chorale Presents: Paths to Hope

March 4th, 2023 @Church Of The Holy Trinity

"Pax Christi Chorale joins forces with the University of Toronto Soprano/Alto Chorus for this unique concert that celebrates the resiliency of the Canadian choral community. For two years, during the Covid-19 pandemic shutdown, Canadian singers struggled with ways to connect and make music, leaving us exhausted and in despair. However, many composers were resilient and persevered. They turned to hopeful texts and created miniature masterpieces, sharing hope and joy through their writing. A Path to Hope pays tribute to the composers and works that sustained us, the choirs that commissioned them, and the singers that performed them. "

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Concreamus Chamber Choir: Unseen Joy
Concreamus Chamber Choir: Unseen Joy

Concreamus Chamber Choir Presents: Unseen Joy- Featuring Choral Works by Emerging Composers

December 5th, 2021 @St Anne's Anglican Church, Toronto

"Unseen Joy, presented by Concreamus Chamber Choir on December 5th, 2021. This concert features new works by Katherine Petkovski, Carol Mak, Nicholas Wanstall, Elizabeth Legierski, Matthew Emery, Kai Leung, and Emily Green.

Concreamus Chamber choir is conducted by Kai Leung, and accompanied by Christian Umipig.."

Green Room Music and Concreamus Chamber Choir Present: May This Place- Featuring Student-Composed Choral Works

December 31st 7:30 pm @ Seeley Hall in Trinity College, Toronto

"A concert presented in partnership with Concreamus Chamber Choir directed by Kai Leung and Trinity College at the University of Toronto. Featuring original music for choir and instrumental accompaniment by members of Green Room's core composer ensemble and CCC composers."

Elmer Iseler Singers Present: "The Spirit of Peace and Reconciliation

February 9th 4:00 pm @ Elington St. George's United Church, Toronto

"The Elmer Iseler Singers team up with the VIVA Singers of Toronto Chamber Choir and their conductors, Carol and Brad Ratzlaff, in a concert featuring songs of peace and a performance of Choral Canada's 2018 National Award winning Words, Stories, Truth: a Trilogy in Honour of Canada's Indigenous Peoples by composer Mark Sirett and poet Vera Wabegijig, an Aboriginal poet and artist from the Mississauga First Nation and Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve community."

Concert: Remembrance Day - Fauré's Requiem

November 10 3:00 pm @ St Joseph's Parish, Ottawa

"The program will highlight works by young local composers Emily Green (ORYC alumna) and Nicholas Piper (CCC member) as well as popular works by Eleanor Daley and the famous "Agnus Dei" by Samuel Barber - also known as "Adagio for Strings" where you may have heard in award-winning movies such as 1986's "Platoon"!"

CCC's The Little Match Girl and Paradise: In A Dream

December 13 @ 8:00 pm  @ St Joseph's Parish, Ottawa

"...CCC will also perform selected choral pieces to reflect our theme of giving and community with works by O'Regan, Gimon, and local composer Emily Green."

 10 Years After: Capital Chamber Choir celebrates with Path of Miracles

Saturday June 5th

"The CCC has always had a focus on presenting new works, particularly by younger composers who are working hard to make a start. This year we featured works by Emily Green and Madox Terrell, both members of the Ottawa Regional Youth Choir, an ensemble that we work with regularly. We believe we have an important role to play in providing performance opportunities for the next generation of choral musicians and to encourage the creation of new works for choirs." 

ORYC's Spring Concert including Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass

Friday, May 3rd, 7:30 pm @ St Joseph's Parish, Ottawa

"It has been a very busy season for all of our Choristers and we are now coming up to ORYC's Spring Concert including Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass accompanied by chamber orchestra. This concert will also feature three works by our own choristers: Emily Green, Yann McHaffie and Madox Terrell. We are so proud of the many young talented and dedicated musicians working with our organization this season."

Canadian Connections featuring Ottawa's Capital Chamber Choir and the Canadian Chamber Choir

Sunday, March 17, 3:00 pm @ St. Joseph's Parish, Ottawa

"CCC is very excited to welcome and collaborate with the @canadianchamberchoir !

The Canadian Chamber Choir, under the direction of Dr. Julia Davids, will present 'Canadian Connections' - a concert of all Canadian music on the first stop of their tour in Ottawa!
This exciting evening of music will also feature the Capital Chamber Choir under the direction of Jamie Loback and will include two premieres by young local composers, @madox_terrell and @emily_green__