McGill’s Schulich Choir perform in Knowlton
McGill University’s Schulich Singers are going on tour to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the renaming of the Schulich School of Music. Join these thirty-five talented singers and artistic director JeanSebastien Vallée for an unforgettable journey through the eras and through different musical styles with music from Brahms, Rea, Schubert Durufle cliché and Whitacre.
Originally from Quebec, Jean-Sebastien Vallée is the Director of Choir Studies at the Schulich School of Music. Before his arrival in Montreal, he was the Director of Choir Studies at California State University in Los Angeles.
The Schulich Choir is among the most advanced university groups in the country. With musicians from Quebec, across Canada, the United States and several European countries, the Choir offers a mix of traditional music. The second concert on the tour will take place at the Chapelle d’été de la Paroisse Saint-Edouard at 366 Chemin Knowlton, in Knowlton. Tickets will be available at the door.
McGill University’s prestigious Schulich Choir
will perform in Knowlton this Saturday.