We’re back on May 13, 2023 with music to inspire and delight: In celebration of singing together and Twenty-One years, Excentrica presents First and Twenty: We have had Singing! Barbara Sadler Wells, Founder and Conductor Jeremy Spurgeon, Piano and Organ. Excentrica Founding Members SATB: Some Amazing Tenors and Basses Special Guests: Pipes and Strings Through Fauré’s inspiring Requiem, and such heart-warming… Read more »
Please join us as we present our final concert of the year. It has been such an amazing year for us with all of our new adventures: the wonderful workshop chorus, the delightful Christmas concert singalong, and our initial magical recording session. We are so looking forward to sharing the moments with you in “Particularly Presto!” Saturday, May 13, 2017, 7:30 p.m. All… Read more »
An Excentrica Family Christmas Saturday, December 3, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. Excentrica Women’s Chamber Chorus is proud to announce An Excentrica Family Christmas. All are welcome. Bring the whole family! Join us for a delightful hour of Christmas music and sing-along carols. Including the Excentrica Workshop Chorus and soloist Chris Frederickson. Directed by Barbara Sadler Wells. Lendrum Mennonite Brethren Church… Read more »
What a beautiful experience for us. Thank you to our audience for sharing the evening with us, and to Jeremy Spurgeon for the impeccable accompaniment. Thanks also to Marcia Bercov for the concert photos!
Friday, May 6, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. Excentrica Women’s Chamber Chorus is proud to announce our 15th annual Spring concert at All Saints’ Anglican Cathedral on Friday, May 6, at 7:30 p.m. The concert is conducted by Barbara Sadler Wells and accompanied on piano by Jeremy Spurgeon. Our chorus is known for singing seriously beautiful music without taking ourselves too seriously and… Read more »
An eclectic choral and vocal offering of the Soulful Sentimental Silly “Sing me a Story” Saturday, April 2, 2016 at 7p.m. For the first of our two spring choral events this year, we are pleased to present a benefit concert for Canadian Peacemakers International (CPI), an Edmonton-based organization and registered charity. “CPI works with remote villages in Honduras, helping people there find ways… Read more »