Affirmation Celebration

– Sunday October 26, 9:00am –  – Wild Rose United Church

– Wednesday December 3, 7:00pm – Christmas with the Centennial High School Chorus

A Choral Christmas

Sunday December 7, 7:00pm – St. Gerard’s Parish

A wonderful evening of Christmas music with Cum Vino Cantus

A Traditional Christmas

Friday, December 12, 2014, 7:00pm; Saturday, December 13, 2014, 2:00pm and 7:00pm – Grace Presbyterian Church

Calgary’s beautiful 100-year-old Grace Presbyterian Church provided the backdrop for this beloved CPO annual Christmas tradition.  The spirit of the season was celebrated with a selection of sacred and secular holiday favourites performed by the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, the Calgary Men’s Chorus and Cum Vino Cantus.

– Saturday January 24, 3:00pm – Bella Theatre, Mount Royal University; Sneak-a-peek at the unfinished Bella and dedicate it to music.

Exorior

Tuesday May 5th, 2015, 7:00pm – Wright Theatre, Mount Royal University

From the ashes of the fire we will find a renewed spirit and the power to soar again.

“Exorior” featured a wonderful mix of music that explored the idea of “rising from the ashes”. Movement and dance featuring Gessuri Gaitan explored the idea of breaking free, and aerialists Patrick Chan, Tyler Ayers, and Meaghan Wegg visually pulled, twisted, and soared above the stage in this multi-disciplinary collaborative performance aimed at exploring the mythological story of the Phoenix.

In addition to our feature dance and aerial artists, we were joined by singers from Cum Vino Cantus and the Savridi Singers.

Journeys

Saturday June 13th, 2015, 7:00pm – Rozsa Centre, University of Calgary

Sometimes in looking back we are able to glimpse the road ahead.

“Journeys” was a look back to our history as we shared the stage with some of the artists who have helped to shape our identity as choral arts ensemble, and an exciting look to the future as we embark on the next chapter in our chorus’ history.

We were joined by special guests Graeme Climie and Canadian Pop artist, Luba!

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