chorale singers


Tracy Wong


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Mondays & Wednesdays
3:30 - 5:30pm

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Voice at Western

Western’s largest choir, Chorale, is a mixed choir comprised of voice majors, instrumental majors, and non-music majors. Their repertoire spans from classic choral literature to contemporary work and world music.

To date, Chorale has premiered numerous new Canadian compositions and arrangements.

Highlights from past seasons include performances with renowned performing artists, Rajaton (Finland), “The Road to Ghana” with The Baobab Youth Performers (Ottawa) and world music specialists Allison Girvan and Gary Diggins.

Whenever possible, Chorale collaborates with other community arts organizations in performance. Recent projects include The Messiah with the London Community Orchestra at the Petrolia Playhouse Theatre, and The Kaleid Choral Festival, 2016. The choir also joins forces with Don Wright Faculty of Music choirs and faculty to present major works for choir and orchestra/instrumental ensemble such as Carmina Burana, the Brahms Requiem and the Rutter Gloria.

2021-22 Performances

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All concerts are approximately 1.5 hours in length.

Monday, December 6 | 7:30pm
Paul Davenport Theatre
Chorale and Western University Singers

Monday, February 14 | 7:30pm – CANCELLED
Paul Davenport Theatre
Chorale and Western University Singers

Thursday, March 31 | 7:30pm – NEW DATE
von Kuster Hall
Chorale and Les Choristes
This concert replaces the previously announced Choral Celebration, previously scheduled on March 26 at St. Peter’s Cathedral Basilica, which can no longer be accommodated by the venue.

Performance Excerpts

“Mangisondele Nkosi Yam”, Traditional isiZulu/Arr. Michael Barrett
Guest conductor, Janet Loo


“Requiem”, Eliza Gilkyson/Arr. Craig Hella Johnson
Guest conductor, Janet Loo

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