Cathedral Annual General Vestry Meeting

The Cathedral’s annual meeting of the General Vestry will be held on Sunday, February 18 in Fulford Hall following the 10:30 service. Vestry papers for the meeting – Agenda, minutes, budget You may vote at the meeting as a member of the Cathedral Vestry if you over 18 and if you...

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Midday Ash Wednesday Liturgy (Bilingual)

Join us (in-person) as we commemorate Ash Wednesday. For Christians, Ash Wednesday is a solemn day on which we remember that we are human and remember that we are going to die some day. It is a day of prayer, when we acknowledge the situations where we have failed to...

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Bilingual Choral Ash Wednesday Liturgy

Join us in-person or livestreamed at montrealcathedral.ca/live as we commemorate Ash Wednesday. For Christians, Ash Wednesday is a solemn day on which we remember that we are human and remember that we are going to die some day. It is a day of prayer, when we acknowledge the situations where we...

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Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper

Please join us for a pancake supper in Fulford Hall to celebrate the last day before Lent begins. Carnival masks and costumes are encouraged. Suggested donations payable on arrival by cash or card: Adults $10 or more, Students $10. Children free. You must register by clicking here.

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Diocesan Black Heritage Celebration

Our annual celebration of Black Heritage will begin in Fulford Hall with musical performances by several artists, accompanying a keynote by M. Franz Voltaire. M. Voltaire, who holds l’order de Montreal, is the founder of the Centre international de documentation et d’information haïtienne, caribéenne et afro-canadienne and co-founded the Montréal...

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Journeys

We are musicians born and raised in Hong Kong. This concert explores chamber works of Western music repertory and original contemporary works composed by Hong Kong composers. We wish to introduce the authenticity of Hong Kong music to more audiences from different backgrounds.

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A Hero’s Journey

Award-winning pianist Fiona Wu invites you to join her on “A Hero’s Journey”, a solo piano recital featuring a formidable and inspiring program. The concert opens and closes with two masterpieces that offer a message of hope, courage and ultimate redemption.

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Songs and fugues

Both the passion and esotericism of the Baroque will echo through this performance. This intimate concert highlights the duality of the era with two contrasting genres: songs and fugues. The former includes works by Henry Lawes and Thomas Campion, while the latter features fugues for guitar in the style of...

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Witches, Maidens and Martyrs

In Opera, the most dramatic roles often include a woman’s hysteria, villainy or victimhood. Today composers endeavour for a more nuanced reflection on female experiences. This concert of songs and arias explores portrayals of women’s mental health in classical music throughout history. Featuring Stephanie Sedlbauer, soprano, and Christopher Knopp, piano.

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Muse and Mode

Kerry Bursey and Ellen Torrie of Kalliope are collaborators intent on expanding beyond the traditional confines of early music and creating seamless performances incorporating many aspects of their artistic interests. Their program “Muse & Mode” is a curated exploration of song and storytelling from Ancient Greece to the 21st Century....

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. . . And we sing

Celebrate the brilliance of queer choral music! Choeur Maha, Chorale des Intrépides, and Choeur Adleisia are joining forces to perform an effervescent program of queer choral music in the stunning acoustics of Christchurch Cathedral.   

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Poésie de la nuit

Our concert theme “poetry of the night” is inspired by the beautiful poems featured in Berg’s song cycle “Sieben Frühe Lieder.” The poetic motifs of love, deathe, and nature connect to our other programmed works by Sibelius, Takemitsu, and Mozart. Featuring Michelle Bawden, soprano, Sonia Hellenbrand, violon, and Shan Jing,...

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