On my first trip to Europe, I stumbled across a small art gallery in Vienna while I was exploring the city. Inside was an exhibition of portraits, alongside a display that suggested different meanings for the hand positions of the people in the paintings. The placement of the hands and fingers...more
It’s hard to believe that it’s been nearly three months since we met for our first rehearsal of Stockhausen’s Stimmung back in September; I was terrified walking into that rehearsal!!! I had worked so hard and yet felt so utterly unprepared. To begin with, I had absolutely no idea how...more
We’ve now had two rehearsals of Stockhausen’s Stimmung. It’s been an interesting rehearsal process full of laughter, questions, confusion and realizations. Of course I had practiced between the rehearsals, but this is a score where I’ve actually had to re-think my practicing process....more
“Sing the square!”
These were my first instructions in early July as I came to terms with what I had just agreed to do: prepare Stockhausen’s Stimmung for three performances in spring 2017. “What’s the square?”...more
Pro Coro Canada proudly presents our 2016-2017 Season
Michael Zaugg, Artistic Director & Principal Conductor
Paul Mealor, Composer-in-Residence
We are excited about the 2016-2017 concert season as we will be celebrating more Canadian...more
ProCoro Canada live at the Winspear 2013 – 2014
Featuring the Chamber Choir of King’s College (dir. Melanie Turgeon), Jeremy Spurgeon (organ) and the Booming Tree Taiko Duo.
A Time for Everything by Bo Holten
Magic Songs by Murray Schafer
Halleluja, from Hit the Deck...more
"Enriching the lives of all who hear its voice"
Pure, floating voices and impeccable intonation in the performance of choral music from the Early Renaissance to exciting 21st-century premieres — brought to you by Pro Coro Canada, one of Canada's best professional chamber choirs.