Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus’s events are often covered in the print media, and sometimes on the radio.  Here are some links to features about us…



Ancient of Days

April 2019 – For the FIRST TIME in history, an entire concert devoted to the performance of music by one of Canada’s greatest composers, Dr. Allan Bevan.

The concert featured the much-anticipated world premiere of “Ancient of Days“, commissioned by Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus – a multi-media work for chorus, orchestra, soloists, and actors, based upon the ideas, poetry, and visual art of the English mystic, William Blake.

  • 880 Global News Network and 630 CHED produced a public service announcement (preview), which can be heard here… PSA Ancient of Days
  • Edmonton Journal listed “Ancient of Days” in its feature, “10 things to do in Edmonton this week”. To read the preview, click here.
  • Edmonton Journal published a review of the concert, “Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus brings Allan Bevan’s best to Winspear”. The read the review, click here.

For all the Saints… Hymns for the Soul

November 2018 – Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus and Mission Hill Brass performed a concert together.

  • St. Albert Gazette published preview, which can be read here.
  • Edmonton Journal listed this event in their feature, 10 things to do in Edmonton this week”. To read the preview, click here.

Carmina Burana

May 2018 – Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus presented Carl Orffs “Carmina Burana” with Korea’s Gangneung Civic Chorale, and Edmonton’s Shumayela and Kikimasu choirs. Edmonton Journal listed this event in their feature, 10 things to do in Edmonton this week”. To read the preview, click here.


Season Preview 2018 – 2019

Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus’s 14th concert season was included in an Edmonton Journal article, “Cream of the crop: Classical calendar packed with highlights for 2018/19 season”. To read the season description, click here.


Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus at Carnegie Hall

March 2016 – Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus performed the New York premiere of Allan Bevan’s “Nou Goth” in Carnegie Hall, as part of Distinguished Concerts International New York production, “Between Heaven and Earth”.

  • Edmonton Journal published an article about the performance, “Edmonton’s Metropolitan Chorus tunes up for Carnegie Hall”. To read the preview, click here.
  • CBC Radio interviewed Artistic Director, David Garber, about the performance, “Edmonton choir gets invite to Carnegie”. To listen to the interview, click here.
  • CBC News published an article about the performance, “Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus takes on Carnegie Hall: Start spreading the news, Edmonton chorus sings its way to New York City”. To read the preview, click here.

W. A. Mozart “Requiem” & Allan Bevan “Nou Goth”

February 2016 – Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus presented, W. A. Mozart’s “Requiem” and Allan Bevan’s “Nou Goth” at the Winspear Centre for Music. Guests artistis included i Coristi Chamber Choir, Edmonton Metropolitan Orchestra, Tony Olivares Dance, and FlyFree Movement. Vue Weekly published a preview, “Mozart meets parkour? Requiem pairs orchestra and choir with dance and jumps.” To read the preview, click here.


The Wizardry of Worthington

November 2015 – Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus presented, “The Wizardry of Worthington: Music from the Magical Mind of a Crafty Composer” (the world’s first all-Worthington concert).  St. Albert Gazette published a concert preview, “Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus pays tribute to St. Albert composer”. To read the preview, click here.


Season Preview 2015 – 2016

Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus’s 11th concert season was included in an Edmonton Journal article, “Edmonton’s classical music scene overflows for 2015/16 season”. To read the season preview, here.


Freedom is in Our Hands

November 2013 – Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus sang out against child slavery in a concert “Freedom is in Our Hands”. Edmonton Examiner published a concert review (which has since been deleted from its website).


Just Jazz

November 2012 – Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus presented, “Just Jazz”, featuring a performance of Frank P. Tirro’s “American Jazz Mass”. St. Albert Gazette published a concert review (which has since been deleted from its website).


Titanic, the Musical

April 2012 – Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus portrayed passengers in a performance of “Titanic, the Musical” produced by Two One Way Tickets to Broadway Productions.  Click here to read a review of this performance from Boyle McCauley News.