BREAKING NEWSTonight's Concert, Timeless Treasures, has been cancelled due to growing concerns over the novel coronavirus COVID-19. We will be offering full refunds to anybody who had already purchased tickets.
Welcome to our 25th Anniversary Season: A Season of Treasures
Join us as we celebrate 25 joyous years of incredible music, closing with a showcase of brilliant local & Canadian works. Whether they’re hidden, prized, or newly discovered, the season’s choral treasures are an event in themselves.
Coming Up Next…
French Baroque Treasures
A dazzling Christmas concert with Baroque Chamber Orchestra.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 8, 2019 @ 3PM
Highlands United Church, North Vancouver
From the Renaissance to the Beatles, we have picked and polished our favourite musical gems.
SATURDAY MARCH 7, 2020 @ 8PM
Gordon Smith Gallery, North Vancouver
SATURDAY MARCH 14, 2020 @ 8PM
Pyatt Hall, Vancouver.
Laudate celebrates 25 years of discovering Canadian music and the inspiring individuals who wrote it, with this showcase of brilliant Canadian works, local composers and past Laudate commissions.
SATURDAY MAY 9, 2020 @ 8PM
West Vancouver United Church, West Vancouver
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Our 2019-2020 Composer-in-Residence: Emile Deedes-Vincke
Emile Deedes-Vincke grew up in North Vancouver and is currently a second-year student at Capilano University. He is studying for his Classical Music Diploma as a voice major. After joining his first choir in 2016 at Seycove Secondary School he wrote his first piece near the end of that school year. He quickly fell in love with the choral world and found his passion for composition. Capilano University Singers performed his composition, Winter, on their Okanagan tour February 2019, and took his Laudate Dominum on their 2019 tour to Italy. Laudate Singers sang Emile’s first commissioned piece Ignite in May for their concert Heartbeat. He is delighted to be joining Laudate Singers as composer in residence and looks forward to singing with them in the coming years.