Every once in a while, the Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus is featured in the media. Here are some links to articles about us…
EdMetro Chorus at Carnegie Hall
On 7 March 2016, the Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus will be performing Allan Bevan’s “Nou Goth” at Carnegie Hall in New York City, as part of Distinguished Concerts International New York performance entitled “Between Heaven and Earth”.
The Edmonton Journal published an article about the upcoming trip: Edmonton’s Metropolitan Chorus tunes up for Carnegie Hall.
CBC Radio interviewed our Artistic Director, David Garber, about the upcoming trip. You can listen to the interview at: Edmonton choir gets invite to Carnegie.
CBC News published an article about the upcoming trip. You can read the article at: Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus takes on Carnegie Hall: Start spreading the news, Edmonton chorus sings its way to New York City.
W. A. Mozart “Requiem” & Allan Bevan “Nou Goth”
On Monday, 22 February 2016, the Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus, along with i Coristi Chamber Choir, Edmonton Metropolitan Orchestra, Tony Olivares Dance, and FlyFree Movement performed W. A. Mozart’s “Requiem” and Allan Bevan’s “Nou Goth” at the Winspear Centre for Music. Vue Weekly published a preview of this performance in their article: Mozart meets parkour? Requiem pairs orchestra and choir with dance and jumps.
The Wizardry of Worthington
On Sunday, 15 November 2015, the Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus performed a concert entitled, “The Wizardry of Worthington: Music from the Magical Mind of a Crafty Composer” (the world’s first all-Worthington concert). Please see the St. Albert Gazette article: Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus pays tribute to St. Albert composer.
The Edmonton Journal published an article on September 10, 2015 entitled, “Edmonton’s classical music scene overflows for 2015/16 season”, which includes a section about the eleventh season of the Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus. Click here to read the article.
Freedom is in Our Hands
In December 2013, the Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus sang out against child slavery in a performance entitled “Freedom is in Our Hands”. Click here to read a review of this performance from the Edmonton Examiner.
On Saturday, 24 November 2012, the Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus presented a concert called “Just Jazz”, which included a performance of Frank P. Tirro’s “American Jazz Mass”. Click here to read a review of this performance from the St. Albert Gazette.
Titanic, the Musical
In April 2012, the Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus portrayed the second and third class passengers in a performance of “Titanic, the Musical” put on by Two One Way Tickets to Broadway Productions. Click here to read a review of this performance from the Boyle McCauley News.