Current Season

The opening concert of our 36th season celebrates legacies - of those we remember at this time of year, and of our own Artistic Director, Jeff Joudrey, leading his final season with the choir.

The program comprises works by living Canadian composers, including music by Eleanor Daley, Rupert Lang, Jeff Enns, Jocelyn Morlock, Stephanie Martin, Larry Nickel, and our premiere of new pieces The Wedding (Hussein Janmohamed) and Sorrow into Song (Christine Donkin).

Join us as we celebrate the memories of those we’ve loved and lost, and the legacies of those who bring joy and beauty to our lives.


Legacies and Considering Matthew Shepard

  • November 5, 2022 to June 18, 2023
  • St. Andrew’s United Church, Halifax

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First up for the choir on Saturday, November 5 at St. Andrew’s United Church is Legacies, a Remembrance-themed concert featuring music by living Canadian composers, including works by Eleanor Daley, Rupert Lang, Jeff Enns, Stephanie Martin, Larry Nickel, and the choir’s premiere of new pieces The Wedding (Hussein Janmohamed) and Sorrow into Song (Christine Donkin). Guest cellist Hilary Brown joins the choir for a performance of Jocelyn Morlock’s Elegies. The program celebrates the memories of those we’ve loved and lost and the legacies of those who bring joy and beauty to our lives.

The season will conclude with two performances of the transformational artistic response to anti-gay hate crime, Considering Matthew Shepard, (postponed due to Covid 19 from Camerata’s 2021-22 season), on Saturday, June 17, 2023, at 7;30 pm. and Sunday, June 18 at 4:00 p.m., also at St. Andrew’s United Church. The program features guest orchestral musicians, and is composed by Michael Dennis Brown, Lesléa Newman and Craig Hella Johnson.