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Join us in 2015/2016 for an adventure in singing that includes the joyful sounds of the Trillium Brass Quintet in Songs of Thanksgiving, the incredible tradition of Handel’s Messiah, the excitement of new sounds with Alex Pauk’s commission, and the thrill of VivaVoce from Montreal joining the Elmer Iseler Singers for a cavalcade of choral splendour.       We look forward to your participation in our choral journey this season – Beauty in Song! Lydia AdamsConductor/Artistic Director
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Presenting secondary school conductors and choirs from our GET MUSIC! Educational Outreach Initiative
May 2, 2016 7:30 pm Metropolitan United Church 56 Queen Street East, Toronto
Matthew Zadow, Baritone
Elmer Iseler Singers to participate in Concert to Aid Syrian Refugees
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     Abraham, an oratorio by David Warrack about the patriarch of three major faiths, will bring together leading Toronto artists in a special fundraising performance for Syrian refugees, Wednesday, October 28, 8 pm at Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen Street East, Toronto.     Tenor Richard Margison stars as Abraham, along with five principal vocalists and three choirs: the Elmer Iseler Singers (Lydia Adams, conductor); the Jarrahi Sufi Choir with Whirling Dervishes, and the Bach Children’s Chorus (Lynda Beaupré, conductor).  David Warrack will be at the piano.     Proceeds from this event will support the Syrian Refugee Program at Metropolitan United Church.
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