The Aeolian Singers

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Our 42nd Season

This exciting season is under the new artistic leadership of rising Canadian choral conductor, Heather Fraser

With a focus on what it really means to “come from away,” and through folk, contemporary and classical music from the Maritimes, the rest of Canada and beyond, this season explores ideas surrounding home—the celebration of it, the journey we are all on to find it—and the part we can play in being a welcoming community.
The Aeolian Singers

“Inspired by the current state of world affairs, and how we as artists need to perpetuate a culture of conversation, openness, welcome and togetherness.”

Heather Fraser, Artistic Director, The Aeolian Singers

November

25

Love is Christmas

Saturday, November 25, 2017 | 7:30 pm

The Aeolians share stories and music celebrating the east coast’s Celtic roots, while exploring what it may mean for those new to our communities who are searching for renewed stability and peace. The concert incorporates a dramatic reading of Shiny and New by Newfoundland playwright, Robert Chafe. Joining the choir and accompanist Diana Torbert as guest musicians are Stephen Dempster, guitar and Shimon Walt, cello.

Tickets $20 | available from choir members, at the door and here:

November

26

Love is Christmas

Sunday, November 26, 2017 | 3:00 pm

The Aeolians share stories and music celebrating the east coast’s Celtic roots, while exploring what it may mean for those new to our communities who are searching for renewed stability and peace. The concert incorporates a dramatic reading of Shiny and New by Newfoundland playwright, Robert Chafe. Joining the choir and accompanist Diana Torbert as guest musicians are Stephen Dempster, guitar and Shimon Walt, cello.

Tickets $20 | available from choir members, at the door and here:

May

26

The Road Home: Songs of Wandering and Welcome

Saturday, May 26, 2018 | 7:30 pm

The Aeolians' spring concert is a musical tribute to the many who are journeying both here and around the globe, and who are faced with rebuilding and finding their place in a new community. Guests and artists new to Nova Scotia will be sharing our stage with accompanist Diana Torbert.

Tickets $20 | available from choir members, at the door and here:

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