Season 43 (2021-22)
Lydia Adams interviews
Toronto Mass Choir’s Karen Burke
Season 42 (2020-21)
Educational mentorship initiative ‘We Rise Again’ Cross Canada Virtual Choral Tour
EIS form a choir of 150 voices to celebrate this song of hope and optimism for the future. EIS are joined by 5 choirs from across Canada, including: Agincourt Madrigal Singers, Cape Breton Chorale, Thunder Bay Symphony Chorus, Whitehorse Community Choir and Wiarton Concert Choir. Audio & video production by Bryan Estabrooks, EstabrooksMedia.
Announcement: Elmer Iseler Singers Cross Canada Virtual Choral Tour
In honour of Spring: Passover,
Easter & Ramadan April 1, 2021
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In honour of St. Patrick’s Day
March 17, 2021
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Guests of the Houston Chamber Choir’s Music Mondays podcast February 22, 2021
Click here for Episode 104 of the With One Accord Podcast
‘Ava Verum’ by Peter Togni; Elmer Iseler Singers; Lydia Adams, conductor; recorded live in concert at the Église Du Gesù Church in Montreal, Canada on April 27, 2019. With introductions by Artistic Directors Robert Simpson, Houston Chamber Choir and Lydia Adams, Elmer Iseler Singers.
In honour of Remembrance Day
November 11, 2020
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Educational mentorship initiative
Elmer Iseler Singers sponsors & joins with VIVA Singers Toronto’s Chamber Singers (ages 18-30) in educational and collaborative sessions of mentorship with the EIS as vocal coaches in a study of Handel’s “Messiah” choruses, in a virtual situation.
Lydia Adams interviews Sharang Sharma, the recipient for the 2020-2021 season James T. Chestnutt educational scholarship in choral conducting and singing.
September 10, 2020
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Season 41 (2019-2020)
In honour of Summer festivals, including the Festival of the Sound, Parry Sound, Ontario
July 30, 2020
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In honour of Canada Day
July 1, 2020
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Video introduction by Lydia Adams with Canada Day greetings and an interview with composer, Paul Halley.