Latest NSCF News & Announcements

  • The Aeolian Singers: Let’s Join Voices!

    This is the year to join voices! Choral music has the power to uplift the spirits of an audience, as well as our own. We are an inclusive and supportive community of singers with a passion for music, and are looking to welcome new members. If you are interested in singing with us, please take …Read the full story
  • Choral Canada: We Can Sing Safely Webinar – Recording Now Available!

    Did you miss our recent national webinar? Or is there anything you would like to go over again? The recording is now posted on YouTube for you to watch. The Powerpoint slides as well as more information about the webinar are also available on our website. Click here to access the slides, recording, and more!Read the full story
  • Vocalypse Productions: Audition Call for Upper-Voiced Singers

    Ordo Virtutum (shorter Scivias version) by medieval German composer Hildegard von Bingen (staged version) O Greenest Branch (world premiere) by Canadian composer James Rolfe (concert version) Set up your audition NOW by emailing: vocalypse@janicejackson.ca Read more about Vocalypse here: www.vocalypse.ca Timeline: End of August and throughout September – 2 to 3 musical rehearsals weekly Late …Read the full story
  • Choral Canada: We CAN Sing Safely Webinar

    A message from Choral Canada: We Can Sing Safely! What you need to know about ventilation and vaccines. Join Choral Canada on Tuesday June 29 at 1:00 pm Atlantic for a webinar discussing updates on the latest research for safe group singing, the use of ventilation in your rehearsal space, and the current legalities around vaccinations for …Read the full story
  • Halifax Camerata Singers: Take This Thread

    This Spring, the Halifax Camerata Singers participated in a cross Canada collaboration with four other choirs. These five Canadian choirs came together to premiere a new work by Katerina Gimon, with words by Lauren Peat, about the connections that hold us together during the COVID-19 pandemic. Take This Thread/Le fil que je suis brings together musicians …Read the full story
  • “Why Can’t We”, performed by the Tune Up & Sing Out Virtual Chorus

    This past April, the NSCF partnered with the Robbie Songs Project and the Canadian Chamber Choir to bring you a new set of workshops, Tune Up & Sing Out. This program brought together choristers from across the country to freshen up their vocal technique and to participate in a virtual choir performance. The workshop culminated …Read the full story
  • Culture and Youth Activities Program is now Open!

    Message from Department of Communities, Culture, and Heritage: The Cultural and Youth Activities Program will be accepting applications to the June 15, 2021 deadline, for project activity starting on or after that date. **Please note the program guidelines and application form have been revised for 2021-22** Due to circumstances beyond our control, these documents won’t be …Read the full story
  • Choral Canada: Singing in Schools Survey Preliminary Results!

    The preliminary results from the Singing in Canadian Schools: COVID-19 Impact Survey have been released! The Nova Scotia Choral Federation is proud to know that Nova Scotia had the highest response rate across Canada- this highlights how vital singing is to our provincial community and is a testament to the commitment of our teachers. Within the …Read the full story
  • #returntosinging – Cape Breton Chorale

      The Cape Breton Chorale (CB Chorale) has had a successful year of music making despite restrictions imposed by the pandemic. CB Chorale has kindly provided some photos from their season and testimonials from their President and choristers. Through a combination of outdoor rehearsals, virtual strategies, social distancing, and mask wearing, the CB Chorale was …Read the full story
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