The Juno-nominated Canadian Chamber Choir will be touring New Brunswick this month with performances and workshops in Sussex, Fredericton, Florenceville-Bristol and Saint John.
The Juno-nominated Canadian Chamber Choir will be touring the Maritimes this month. The upcoming tour which begins with a pair of workshops in Sussex on March 23 will also include performances in Fredericton at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery and in Saint John at the Portland United Church.
The group’s latest album, Seasons of Life and Landscape, was released in October of 2019 and includes work by emerging and established Canadian composers and arrangers.
The CCC is made up of musicians from across Canada who come together occasionally throughout the year to rehearse and perform. The group features professional level choral artists who travel from coast to coast to perform and instruct.
The CCC’s current associate conductor is Dr. Joel Tranquilla, originally from Fredericton.
March 23 | Sussex | Daytime Workshop: Sussex Regional High School – Evening Workshop: Sussex Choral Society
March 24 | Fredericton | Daytime Workshop: Fredericton High School – Evening Performance: Beaverbrook Art Gallery | View Event
March 25 | Florenceville-Bristol | Daytime Workshop: Carleton North High School – Evening Workshop – TBA
March 26 | Saint John | Daytime Workshop: Harbour View High School – Evening Performance: Portland United Church | View Event