Sun, 16 Jul|
St John's Anglican Church
Elora - North American Tour
A one-night-only concert as part of Elora Festival 2023.
Time & Location
16 Jul, 1:30 pm GMT-4
St John's Anglican Church, 36 Henderson St, Elora, ON N0B 1S0, Canada
About the event
The New Zealand Quartet offers a deeply satisfying program opening with Haydn’s Emperor quartet paired with Shostakovich’s 2nd quartet. Following the beloved Rosamunde Quartet of Schubert, the audience is treated to the delightful Slip by David Flynn, influenced by a mix of traditional Irish music with contemporary classical music and jazz.
ABOUT ELORA FESTIVAL
Now in its 44th season, the Elora Festival has established a reputation as Canada’s international choral festival, presenting world-class choirs and vocal ensembles over three weeks in July in the artists village of Elora, “Ontario’s most beautiful village”.
The Festival's ensemble-in-residence is The Elora Singers, one of Canada's finest professional chamber choirs.
The choir performs throughout the three weeks of the festival, both with solo concerts and in collaboration with guest artists and ensembles. The Elora Festival and The Elora Singers are both led by Artistic Director Mark Vuorinen.
The Elora Festival has presented such internationally-recognized choirs as the Vancouver Chamber Choir, Chanticleer, Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal , the Trinity College Choir, the State Choir LATVIJA and such vocal ensembles as VOCES8, Cantus, The Gesualdo Six, and others.
Additional guest artists include such celebrated luminaries as Maureen Forrester, Gordon Lightfoot, Holly Cole, Sarah McLachlan, Moe Kaufman, Dame Cleo Laine, Jesse Cook, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Andre Laplante, Dame Kiri te Kanawa, Randy Bachman, Ben Heppner, Chantal Kreviazuk, Natalie Macmaster and Measha Brueggergosman.