Seventeen Voyces' 2015-16 subscription series is varied and wonderful. Starting with a world tour of the best Christmas carols and ending with Tales of Shakespeare, the series includes an exciting presentation of the silent film classic Ben-Hur with music from Carl Orff's stunning Carmina Burana.
Presented in collaboration with the Ottawa Choral Society, the spectacular and terrifying chariot scene -- enhanced by dramatic drumming -- is worth the price of admission alone. Guest soloists for this remarkable evening are countertenor Daniel Taylor, soprano Susan Elizabeth Brown, and baritone Bradley Christensen.
And what better way to welcome in June than an evening featuring Shakespeare’s words set by some of the world's greatest composers with stage and screen actor Peter James Haworth playing the bard?
Subscriptions are a mere $35 for students and $70 for adults. Better still, consider becoming a patron for $125 which includes a subscription with reserved seating and a tax receipt of $55. Your support will be greatly appreciated and enable the choir to continue to present special musical experiences.
Seventeen Voyces is dedicated to achieving the highest level of choral excellence, and the performance of musical gems "off the beaten track." Founded by Kevin Reeves in 1997, its small size inherently creates a suppleness and clarity of sound that delights the most discerning of audiences.
Find details about the concerts and tickets on our Concerts page.