We’re back! Join us for our first concert since re-opening: Saturday December 3, 2022 at 7.30pm First Baptist Church, 1300 Oxford Street, Halifax We will perform Zoltan Kodaly’s Missa BrevisandFelix Mendelssohn’s Te Deum in D for double chorus Conducted by Gabriel O’BrienOrgan Accompaniment: Neil Cockburn, Director of Chapel Music, the University of King’s College Tickets … More First Post-Covid Concert!
The King’s Chorus has suspended its activities from March 2020 until the present. We look forward to getting back to rehearsing on a regular basis as well as presenting concerts for the public whenever it is deemed safe to do so by public health and the University of King’s College. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you … More King’s Chorus COVID-19 Update
Please be advised that the upcoming concert of the King’s Chorus, Dixit Dominus, scheduled for Sunday, March 15 at 7 pm has been cancelled by the administration of the University of King’s College. This decision comes on the advice of the Public Health Agency of Canada to avoid gathering in large groups during the covid-19 global … More The King’s Chorus 10th Anniversary Concert: Dixit Dominus by G.F. Handel – March 15 2020 — cancelled
The King’s Chorus, under the direction of Nick Halley, will present Saint Nicolas on Friday, December 6 in Halifax. Saint Nicolas is a cantata written in nine movements by Benjamin Britten which recounts the life of the legendary Saint Nicolas, the 4th-century Bishop of Myra known to us at Santa Clause. Britten composed the piece … More The King’s Chorus to perform Britten’s Saint Nicolas – Fri Dec 6 2019
The King’s Chorus Spring Concert: IKOS Sunday March 24 at 4 pm All Saints Cathedral, Halifax The King’s Chorus will be joined by members of Capella Regalis, soloists, percussion, and Paul Halley on the organ, to present the hauntingly beautiful music of the Orthodox traditions to the east. In the lush acoustics of the Cathedral, … More Concert: Music for the Annunciation 2019
Photos by Timothy Lapp of a King’s Chorus rehearsal in the beautiful King’s Chapel. We’ve been working hard on our concert material, so we hope to see you all at Saint Mary’s Basilica on November 25 at 7:30pm!