Week of May 6, 2018
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May 6, 2018 ( Sunday )

2:00pm - 4:00pm
Music of Praise, featuring Handel's "Dettingen Te Deum"

Music of Praise for choir and orchestra featuring Handel's "Dettingen" Te Deum

The Choir of St John the Evangelist, Gordon Johnston, conductor

The Strings of St John's, David Thies-Thompson, conductor

Tickets $20 from the church office or at the door


Location:  St John the Evangelist Anglican, Elgin St. at Somerset West

Posted by:  Sysop, 5-Feb-18 12:35am ET

May 7, 2018 ( Monday )

1:00pm - 5:00pm
De La Salle Choirs

Robert Filion, two choirs, for Kiwanis Provincial submission.

Location:  De La Salle School, Room 111

Posted by:  Sysop, 3-May-18 5:21pm ET

Musica Viva Singers: Trains

A program on the theme of trains! With the LRT launch on Ottawa's radar, we will ride the rails with great melodies, including spirituals, folk songs, and jazz standards, selections such as Take the A-Train, Freedom Train, and People Get Ready.

Location:  Centretown United Church

Posted by:  Sysop, 29-Oct-17 10:31pm ET

May 9, 2018 ( Wednesday )

1:30pm - 5:00pm
Strings of De La Salle

Kiwanis Provincials - 2 orchestras.

Location:  Ecole Secondaire De La Salle, Auditorium

Posted by:  Sysop, 8-May-18 9:07am ET

May 12, 2018 ( Saturday )

St Matthew's Choirs: Brahms Requiem

With Holly Ormsby, soprano; Jean-Sebastien Kennedy, bass; Scott Bradford, piano.

Admission: Free-will donation.

Location:  St Matthew's Anglican Church in the Glebe

Posted by:  Sysop, 27-Apr-18 11:13pm ET

This Is Why We Sing: Five Decades of the Canadian Centennial Choir

A light and joyful double-choir concert with the Cantiamo Girls Choir of Ottawa directed by Jackie Hawley, with instrumental accompaniment. Come and listen to key performance choices by Cantiamo, and favourite choral pieces selected by CCC members from the choir's 50-year repertoire. Hear what inspires us to keep on singing!

Location:  All Saints' Westboro/First United Church, 347 Richmond Road

Posted by:  Sysop, 25-Jan-18 11:25am ET