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Concert: Ottawa in Song

Details about the Cantata Singers of Ottawa concert in Sing Ottawa en choeur, part of Ottawa 2017. A choral celebration of Canada 150. A collaboration between Cantata Singers of Ottawa and Capital Chamber Choir.

Concert: Ottawa in Song
Saturday, June 24, 2017
3:00 PM

Knox Presbyterian Church

*Admission to this concert is included in the SOEC Festival Pass*

The Cantata Singers present an uplifting exploration of works reflecting the origins of the people who call Canada’s capital home. Features Due East by Stephen Chatman, Le Pont Mirabeau arranged by Lionel Daunais as well as works from Holland, Hungary, Ireland, USA and UK.

Tickets: $25 for adults, $20 for seniors, $10$ for students, FREE for those under the age of 18.

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Artist Bio

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The Cantata Singers of Ottawa (CSO) exist to perform choral music to the highest standards, to promote choral music in Ottawa, and to support Canadian musical talent, by commissioning Canadian composers, engaging Canadian soloists and by offering scholarships to young Canadian singers.

Founded in 1964, the CSO have completed 52 seasons of concerts representing music from all over the world, from the Renaissance to the present day, including almost 100 works by over 40 Canadian composers. The choir has collaborated with many leading Canadian musicians including the Chamber Players of Canada, Thirteen Strings Chamber Orchestra, La Rose des Vents, Pro Coro Canada, Vancouver Chamber Choir, Ottawa Regional Youth Choir and St. Lawrence Choir.

CSO has performed at the National Arts Centre (NAC) annually since 1969. We are delighted to continue this tradition in 2017 when we will take part in Mozart’s Requiem conducted by John Storgårds.