On our tours we conduct many performances with other young musicians in order to share a variety of music with the public.
Starting the day we visited the New Brunswick Museum to learn about the geologic history as well as about early settlers, industries, and culture. The guided tour, and whale exhibit, were terrific. At lunch we sang for the staff, and then we reversed our route to the reversing falls – to see the tide move […]
– Original story: PEDRO ARRAIS / TIMES COLONIST / APRIL 30, 2017 04:40 AM – Younger children now have an opportunity to raise their voices in unison with one of the top choirs in the country by joining the Prelude Choir ensemble of the Victoria Children’s Choir. The ensemble, which premièred last September, offers an introductory […]
Our last stop in Nova Scotia was at Grand-Pré National Historic Site where we learned about the Acadian settlers and their deportation. Most fascinating was discovering how Acadians diked and reclaimed the land from the sea to establish fertile farmland. A statue of Evangeline (the Heroine of a Longfellow poem) stood front of the chapel, at […]
The day began at Pier 21 and the Canadian Museum of Immigration, where many of our group thought of their parents or grandparents who arrived to Canada via this port. The Choir sang in the lobby at the Museum. Lunch was the Halifax Seaport Market. We visited the Art Gallery and saw an exhibit of […]