All CDs are available to purchase on-line with secure payment processing by PayPal. Cost $15 CAD per CD plus $5 shipping & handling.
Mystics & Lovers – NEW!
A collaboration with the Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra, our newest album features a spell-binding performance of Canadian multicultural works for voice and instruments. These unique compositions strive for unity in diversity, express a longing for peace and understanding, and seek connection between personal love and spiritual devotion. READ MORE…
Voice of the Tango
Laudate Singers and Tangissimo invite you to dance a few steps off the beaten path with this exciting program of the New Tango of Argentina. Choir, soloists, piano, guitar and bandoneon with beautiful music to sweep you away. Learn more about the live concert & performers…
Voices, Sax & Syn
A sample of Voices, Sax & Syn on YouTube.
“Congratulations to all for an excellent CD. I enjoyed both ‘The Banks of Loch Erin’ and ‘Harbour Grace Diddling’ — really fine performances, and so clear. Thanks to all the members of Laudate Singers and to Lars Kaario for his superb direction for such a professional CD. I am sure that Celtic Journey will travel far!” — Derek Healey, Composer
“This album is a beautiful release. The combination of such excellent voices under a decisive guiding hand is very refreshing to hear on such a stylistically difficult release. This is easily one of the finest available records in the Celtic genre of vocal music that I have ever heard”. — Michael McGlynn, Composer; Founder and Director of the Irish choral group ‘Anúna’
A Baroque Christmas
Available through Laudate Singers, or at Sikora’s Classical Records (Vancouver). Sales limited to Canada only.
Songs of Heaven and Earth
Available through Laudate Singers
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This is a beautifully chosen and sung album of a capella Christmas music sung by Vancouver’s chamber-sized chorus, Laudate, conducted by Lars Kaario.
“Wonderful basses hold down endless pedal-points in the grave Ave, generosa by the 12th-century composer Hildegard von Bingen, and from this antiquity the music ranges through Poulenc’s matchless Quatre Motets pour le temps de Nöel to the present, with John Tavener’s haunting The Lamb.” — Lloyd Dykk, Vancouver Sun, December 5th, 1998