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Festival de la Voix- The beauty and power of the human voice

Festival de la Voix- The beauty and power of the human voice

Friday, Apr 5 , 12 a.m. to Friday, Apr 19 , 12 a.m.

This edition offers eclectic, multi-artist concerts including combinations of solo powerhouses, singer-songwriters, choirs, jazz trios, classical ensembles, folk and blues musicians, orchestras and vocal quartets; and exceptional workshops

Now in its 11th year, Festival de la Voix celebrates the power of music and the human voice. The 2024 program offers concerts for all ages along with master workshops until April 19. A special, free post-festival show features award-winning Connie Kaldor on April 19.

Hallelujah! A Choral Celebration will wow audiences on Friday April 5 with one of the most famous pieces in the history of classical music, Georg Friedrich Haendel’s Hallelujah. The twenty-five artists on stage include Ensemble ArtChoral and JUNO award-winning orchestra Ensemble Caprice, conducted by Matthias Maute and accompanied by Nigra Sum as well as other vocal ensembles.

Sunday, April 7 is a treat with one of Canada’s finest jazz singers, Karen Young, interpreting well-known standards and unforgettable songs by Abbey Lincoln, followed by original folk grass group Steel Rail offering incredible guitar picking and sublime vocal harmonies. 

New Horizons: Music by Simon Leclerc is on Sunday, April 13. Here, outstanding Québécois composer, arranger and conductor Simon Leclerc artfully regales with music performed by QUARTOM male vocal quartet, Musaïque female vocal quartet, singers from Voces Boreales and the Evergreen Elementary School Choir, with renowned soprano Sharon Azrieli narrating.

The free, celebratory Après Festival Cabaret: Connie Kaldor on April 19 honours the award-winning women’s music pioneer’s 45 years of performing and her 18th album. Kaldor’s unique, funny and compelling songs and unforgettable storytelling promises a memorable concert.

Special workshop- Gospel and the Greater Good on Saturday, March 30.

From festival Artistic Director Kerry-Anne Kutz, “I’m thrilled to have so many fabulous singers and instrumentalists for this latest edition. They will share their voices, their thoughts and their music from many cultures including Indigenous artists, the Black community, and the beautiful music of Quebec and Canada. We’ve got it all, from Baroque to the Blues,” she said. A full list of artists can be found here:

Bringing a community of all ages and cultures together to celebrate the power and beauty of the voice.

Information about concerts, artists/music clips, workshops and venues:

All concerts FREE for children under 14 years old.

Date and Time

Friday, Apr 5 , 12 a.m. to Friday, Apr 19 , 12 a.m.


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