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Thank you! Alleluya

Our first programme of the season is already over. It was a wonderful program of superb. Inspiring & uplifting would be the best words to describe this weekend. Thank you to Brenda, Catherine, Nick, and Terry for two great performances. Thank you to everyone who...

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Exhausted yet fulfilled

I think of five of us who sang tonight feel exhausted yet so fulfilled. Our first concert of the season was such a joy to perform. The music was great and the voices angelic. From the comments received, the audience loved it. The acoustics at St Thomas the Apostle in...

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We had another great rehearsal tonight. The singers and I got together for some more finessing of the repertoire for this weekend's concert. It is hard to describe the beauty of the voices singing in perfect harmony. The blend, the phrasing, the emotions emanating...

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Giovanni Paolo Cima

Cima was an important and eminent Italian composer of the early 17th century. He was born around 1570 and it seems that he received an excellent education. His remarkable talent as a keyboard player was noticed during his teenage and young adult years. Cima lived his...

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At your request

You wanted daytime concerts in Oakville. You prefer not to drive at night. You want to bring your children to concerts without keeping them up too late. You asked, we listened. We changed our concert time. Join us this Sunday afternoon at 3:00 at St John's United...

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Christopher Tye

Christopher Tye was an early English Renaissance composer and organist. He was born around 1505 in East Anglia. Records show that he trained at the University of Cambridge and became choirmaster at Ely Cathedral. He is famed as the music teacher of Edward VI of...

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