Dear Camerata Friends:

We're excited to be back singing together, following Public Health guidelines in our new home at St. Andrew's United Church. Stay tuned for more information on our 2020-21 season, including recordings for Remembrance Day and Christmas, pan-Canadian choral projects, new commissioned works, and news about upcoming plans for our 35th anniversary season, including our first ever Composer-in-Residence!

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Halifax Camerata Singers celebrates 10 years of great design of concert posters and fundraisers from our friend, Andrea Rankin Sibley. Here's a retrospective. Thank you, Andrea!

Our Sponsors

The Halifax Camerata singers are supported by organizations such as the Canada Council for the Arts, The Lloyd Carr-Harris Foundation, and Arts Nova Scotia. To learn more about the Halifax Camerata Singer's sponsors click here.

2019 - 2020 Season


To soothe a suff’ring heart

Saturday, November 9, 2019 7:30 p.m.

St. Andrew’s United Church, Halifax

Find consolation and peace as we perform Dan Forrest’s Requiem for the Living and Tim Corlis’s Missa Pax and premiere a new work by Nova Scotia composer Derek Charke, Sonnet to the Moon, with text by English poet, Helen Maria Williams (1823).

Join us for this evening of remembrance with a special guest orchestra and four young singers from the Nova Scotia Youth Choir.

Bach’s Mass in B Minor (Cancelled)

Saturday, March 21, 2020 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 22, 2020 4:00 p.m.

St. Andrew’s United Church, Halifax

  • Jeff Joudrey, Conductor
  • Halifax Camerata Singers
  • Jane Archibald, soprano
  • Vicki St. Pierre, mezzo-soprano
  • Philippe Gagné, tenor
  • Joel Allison, bass-baritone

For the first time in a decade, Bach’s gigantic, deeply moving Mass in B Minor will be performed in two concerts at St. Andrew’s.  Don’t miss this thrilling work!

Come Celebrate! (Postponed)

Due to restrictions on gatherings because of COVID-19, our June concerts with Ben Heppner have been moved to September.  If you had already purchased tickets, you can use them, have your purchase price refunded, or make a donation of your ticket purchase to the choir.  Please contact Ticket Halifax for more information.

We are thrilled that Canadian superstar tenor Ben Heppner is joining us for performances in Nova Scotia.

Postponed - new date TBD


This program of Gospel, spirituals, folk music and other musical gems, will be a stellar performance by Camerata and Ben Heppner – don’t miss it!

Handel’s Messiah

Friday, December 20, 2019 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, December 21, 2019 7:30 p.m.

Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, Dalhousie Arts Centre


  • Grammy-winning conductor Stephen Stubbs
  • Halifax Camerata Singers and The SNS Chorus
  • Stefanie True, soprano
  • Nathan Medley, countertenor
  • Marc Molomot, tenor
  • Jesse Blumberg, baritone

A holiday classic!

Beethoven’s Ode to Freedom:  Fidelio (Cancelled)

Original Dates: Friday, May 1, 2020 7:30 p.m & Sunday, May 3, 2020 4:00 p.m.

Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, Dalhousie Arts Centre


  • Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance (LAMP) soloists
  • Halifax Camerata  Singers with The SNS Chorus
  • Nova Voce Men’s Choir

2020 is the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth, and we’re excited to celebrate the great composer by performing his one and only opera, Fidelio, in a semi-staged version.  Sung in German with English surtitles, this will be a not-to-be-missed musical feast with over 100 choristers onstage.


Tickets to To soothe a suff’ring heart and Come Celebrate! are available from Ticket Halifax and at the door (but we recommend you do not wait as our concerts often sell out). Purchase a season pass and save 10%!


  • $35 Regular
  • $30 Senior
  • $20 Students & Underwaged

TWO-CONCERT PASS  To soothe a suff’ring heart and Come Celebrate!

  • $63 Regular
  • $54 Senior
  • $36 Student & Underwaged

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