Upcoming Events 2022

November 27 / Hommage à Sainte-Cécilia

Performing with choral ensemble Musica Orbium in a concert dedicated to the rarely performed repertoire of works dedicated to St. Cecilia featuring Charles Gounod's Mass for St. Cecilia

December 3 / Winter Magnolia

Singer-songwriters Ellen Torrie and Savannah Shea take you on a journey of folk music through the ages in the historical Christ Church Cathedral. 

December 8 / Handel's Messiah

Saint-Dominique Church, Quebec City. Harmonie des Saisons' interpretation of this famous oratorio has become a yearly tradition. Come celebrate with us this 5th tour of MESSIAH: a masterpiece for the holidays!

December 9 / Handel's Messiah

St. Matthew’s Anglican Church, Ottawa. Harmonie des Saisons' interpretation of this famous oratorio has become a yearly tradition. Come celebrate with us this 5th tour of MESSIAH: a masterpiece for the holidays!

December 10 / Handel's Messiah

Saint-Benoît-du-Lac Abbey. Harmonie des Saisons' interpretation of this famous oratorio has become a yearly tradition. Come celebrate with us this 5th tour of MESSIAH: a masterpiece for the holidays!

December 11 / Handel's Messiah

College Street Congregational Church, Burlington, VT. Harmonie des Saisons' interpretation of this famous oratorio has become a yearly tradition. Come celebrate with us this 5th tour of MESSIAH: a masterpiece for the holidays!

December 17 / Wassail! (featured soloist)

North Mountain United Tapestry, Nova Scotia. The annual favourite, and a concert for the Christmas season unlike any other returns! Wassails from the British Isles, tradition folk tunes of Ireland and Scotland, haunting medieval carols, and glorious seasonal choral music. 

December 18 / Wassail! (featured soloist)

Manning Memorial Chapel, Nova Scotia. 4pm and 8pm. The annual favourite, and a concert for the Christmas season unlike any other returns! Wassails from the British Isles, tradition folk tunes of Ireland and Scotland, haunting medieval carols, and glorious seasonal choral music. 

December 20 / Judith (featured soloist)

Ellen Torrie and Rona Nadler (harpsichord) explore various baroque and renaissance musical settings of the story of Judith at Temple Emanu-el Beth Shalom. More details to come. 

Recent Events 2022

November 12 / Solace

Ellen Torrie and Michelle Boyd (piano) perform works with themes of comfort and catharsis from the medieval to modern periods in historic St. John's Anglican Church, Wolfville NS. 

November 10 / LĀR

Presentation of Ellen's solo original performance/lecture which explores early music and its folk origins. Presented by Acadia School of Music's Concert and Lecture series. 

November 5 / In Memoriam

Renowned Montreal choral group, Voces Boreales, takes an intimate look at grief and loss and the cathartic power of music through the most heart-achingly beautiful music.

November 2 / Ensemble vocal Arts-Québèc

Un concert intime de la musique chorale du 19e siècle du compositeur juif Salomone Rossi.

October 23 / Festival des Couleurs de l'Orgue Français

Featured soloist in an alternatim organ performance by Abraham Ross of Nivers' Graduale Romanum mass setting in historic Chapelle du Grande Séminaire, Montreal. 

October 14 / L'Orchestre Symphonique de la Côte-Nord

Singing as a guest chorister for OSCN's performance of Vivaldi's Gloria in Baie Comeau, QC. 

September 24 / Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir

Singing as a guest soloist for the TWMVC's concert in historic St. Mark's church, Port Hope, Ontario. Stay tuned for more details.

August 26 / Arthur's Pub

Playing folk and rock covers and original tunes with Sam Kalil on percussion and guitar. 8-10pm, no cover. Cobourg, Ontario. Stay tuned for more details. 

August 25 / The Thirsty Goose

Playing folk and rock covers and original tunes with Sam Kalil on percussion and guitar. 8-12pm, no cover. Port Hope, Ontario. Stay tuned for more details. 

August 21st / St. Mark's Historical Church

An afternoon concert of vocal duets and solos from medieval to Mozart with mezzo-soprano Ava Bogyay in Port Hope, Ontario. With Randy Mills on keyboard and organ. Stay tuned for more information.

August 6 / Tea-Table Miscellany 

 Performance from the Tea-Table Miscellany, the first printed collection of Scottish songs in the Scots dialectic. With David Greenberg, David McGuinness, and Isaiah Bell for Early Music Vancouver Bach Festival

August 3 / Baroque Innovations : The Next Generation

Performing as inaugural Emerging Artist in Early Music Vancouver's Bach Festival alongside violinist Marie Nadeau-Tremblay and theorbo player Sylvain Bergeron 

August 2 / Armonico Tributo

Performing as part of the Baroque Orchestra Mentorship Program with tenor, Isaiah Bell under the direction of David McGuinness for Early Music Vancouver's Bach Festival