These are links to performers and composers that the Aeolians have worked with or sites we think are of interest to choirs:
The harp sparkles beneath the fingers of this award-winning performer, whose speciality is music springing from Scottish and Irish traditions.
Jazz vocalist and theatre artist Karen Myatt has appeared on stages in New York, Mexico, and throughout Canada.
Jazz pianist, composer, arranger, educator.
His music showcases a unique style of jazz through original compositions, standards and rarities.
The Halifax Gay Men’s Chorus (HGMC
The brainchild of Tim Callahan-Cross and four other local gay men. They’re there to sing and have fun, and build an incredible community.
Bestselling fiction writer, originally from Newfoundland living in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Versatile violin player and educator, experienced in all styles of playing from classical violin to traditional fiddle.
Meaghan Smith is a Canadian singer-songwriter, musician and visual artist and we were thrilled that she joined us in concert in February 2016. Here is a link to her site with tour dates, music, and video.
In celebration of our anniversary and heart health theme, we’ve commissioned world-renowned Canadian composer Stephen Hatfield to create a new suite of songs for the choir. This will be premiered on May 14, 2011 at the Cohn.
The Aeolians were privileged to commission music to poetry by Rita Joe for a performance in the early 1980’s, and to have her participate with us in the performance at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium. We remember her fondly with love and affection, and thank her for her gift of poems.