Howard Dyck and Friends

Strauss Sonata in Eb Major, Mvt 1 |  Jeremy Bell with Shoshana Telner

Cast thy Burden, from Mendelssohn's Elijah | Pax Christi Chorale with The Bicycle Opera Project

Sunne of Grace, Leonard Enns | DaCapo Chamber Choir, directed by Leonard Enns.

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The Apostles, Elgar| Pax Chrisit Chorale |  Stephanie Martin

Marin Marais - "OvertureTo Alcyone" | Nota Bene Baroque Players

Mendelssohn's String Quartet in F minor, Op. 80, Allegro vivace assai | Penderecki String Quartet

Raven and the First Men, Timothy Corlis, New Zealand String Quartet | Trailer

Jungfrau, dein schöne Gestalt", words Danzig 4022 | Magdalena Tomsinska

Cast thy Burden, from Mendelssohn's Elijah | Pax Christi Chorale with The Bicycle Opera Project

Wedding March of the Goblins, Edvard Grieg | Sandra Mogensen

Silent Dawn, Timothy Corlis | DaCapo Chamber Choir

Chestnut Hall Camerata

Michaelmas: A Feast Numinous Feast for All Angels..  a “feast” of angel imagery, musical and visual... an exploration of the nature of angels... a time to experience your own responses to our performance and presentation.

The Hero's Journey at the city of Kitchener's ROTUNDA, inspired by Joseph Campbell's 1949 book "The Hero with a Thousand Faces". Artistic director Earl McCluskie developed this concept into a musical concert guided by the stories of heroes through mankind's history.

Giselle Sanderson and Kevin Ramessar perform Jacob's Dream from A Mother's Tale.

Howard Dyck in conversation with Jennifer Enns Modolo about Mahler's Rucker-lieder.

A Mother's Tale, Chestnut Hall Camerata |  The Registry Theatre

Ruckert-Lieder - Um Mitternacht, Gustav Mahler | Jennifer Enns Modolo with Lorin Shalanko, piano, Maureen Forester Recital Hall